Converting from ISO 18001 to 45001 with us

23rd July 2018

3-years is a very short period of time.  The 45001 standard offers a number of benefits; such as: Benefits of ISO 45001 certification to your organization: Eliminates or minimizes risk to employees Contributes in a healthier and safer working environment Demonstrates confidence in your organization Reduces downtime risks through on-site accidents Ensures legislative and regulatory […]

New ISO 45001 Management System Lead Auditor

21st July 2018

Trebol Limit’s senior consultant (P Oakes) has recently been certified as a Lead Auditor for the newly introduced international standard. We can therefore assist with program introductions and/or internal audits to validate legal compliance against the standards. If anyone is interested in achieving the legal standard or wants more information – get in touch.

New Training and Support Opportunities

18th February 2018

As part of our active expansion phase, we have engaged the services of a highly qualified trainer/consultant who will work tirelessly to ensure quality customer support. As always, we are able to support all H&S, Logistics and Business Change opportunities. Get in touch – we will travel anywhere.

Is there a benefit for outsoursing Health and Safety management?

5th March 2015

Outsourcing your health and safety management processes to a competent consultant is good value for money because you only pay for what you use. If you compare outsourcing to employing a permanent or contract manager, you’ll find the following benefits. A consultant can start immediately, so you don’t have to wait for them to work […]

European Partnership for H&S Training

26th February 2015

Trebol Limited provides a number of Health and Safety courses throughout the United Kingdom, and is interested in branching out across Europe. If you believe Health and Safety is important and that accidents are avoidable – get in touch

Driver CPC prosecutions have already started and will continue. MAKE SURE YOU ARE COMPLIANT

21st July 2014

February 2014 saw the Transport for London’s (TfL) Industrial HGV Task Force (IHTF) successfully prosecute a heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) operator for three separate offences, including lack of Driver’s Certificate of Professional Competency (CPC). Police officers stopped a HGV driver for Dave Mundy Strip-Out Limited within the IHTF in November 2013 and was found to […]

Why are Health and Safety Priniciples considered counterproductive?

2nd April 2014

We have been involved in a number of industries over the years and have come across organizations that take their responsibilities seriously and others that don’t. Most of our encounters consist of difficulties understanding behavioural science’s, which is what H&S is all about.  Changing practices that are safe versus conducting duties as they always have been.  […]

Risk Assessments are a Legal Requirement

11th March 2014

The need to carry out risk assessments is a core activity for health and safety in the workplace. The law requires risk assessments to be carried out.  So, are your risk assessments suitable and sufficient? Are they up to date? Are they sensible? Risk Assessments: Regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at […]

SPA Petrol Retail Safety Passport Training

10th March 2014

Otherwise known as UKPIA training, is a mandatory requirement for anyone working on petrol forecourts.  Why is it required?  The simple answer is that petrol forecourts pose a number of unique dangers and contractors MUST make sure they understand how their activities could have disastrous affects.  It must equally be noted that the “core-day” of […]

POSITIVE & PROACTIVE Health and Safety Culture can SAVE MONEY

2nd March 2014

Whilst we appreciate that daily operational demands makes it difficult to constantly focus on H&S, we feel establishing a “principle led” approach will help ensure employees’ understand their obligations to comply with their employer and to look after themselves and their colleagues.  Employers’ operating a “rule based” approach are more exposed to an incident, because […]