It is common amongst hotels that high standards are maintained for fire and hygiene procedures. However, there are numerous other parts of legislation that hotel management find hard to get around to. The Hotel Industry employs in excess of 1.2 million people with the public in regular contact with businesses, be them residents at a hotel or eating in food outlets, with about 1600 serious accidents reported every year. Health and Safety in Hotels should be treated as a priority. Workplace Risk Management, when undertaking a Health and Safety risk assessment, will consider risks including Slips, Trips and Falls, Obstructions, Spillages, Lighting, Staff Clothing and Footwear and Space Requirements to name just a few.
- Health and Safety Risk Assessments and Action Plan
- Fire Safety Risk Assessments and Action Plan
- Health and Safety and Fire Safety Management System Documentation
- Activity Risk Assessments
- Lone Working Risk Assessment
- Fire Marshall Training
- Work at Height Trainnig
- Manual Handling Training
- Other Health and Safety and Fire Safety Related Training
- Disability Access Audits
- HACCP Compliance
WHY SHOULD YOU CONSIDER HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE HOTEL ENVIRONMENT?
Your Hotel may seem like a safe environment, but hazards exist and there are well documented cases of staff being injured through neglect of health and safety regulations and weak risk assessments.
Leave it to Workplace Risk Management.
We’re here to help, undertaking all types of risk assessments, advising on your legal obligations and delivering a documented approach to managing the risks your employees face.