At Bridge Flooring we are used to working in many challenging environments. This could be from a relatively straight forward domestic project ranging to more complex commissions such as office complexes and industrial factories. No matter what the situation or environment, every project large or small demands water-tight health and safety regulations.
This is an aspect of flooring installation where change is constant. New legislation, procedures and requirements are being added every year so as to ensure higher and higher levels of safety for both the installers an the eventual users.
At Bridge Flooring we consider the safety of our employees and customers to be absolutely paramount. Alongside our very strict health and safety policy and our extensive training, we provide commercial and domestic clients with comprehensive method statements and risk assessments to ensure absolute reliability and safety at all times.
We ensure that all of our employees are fully trained and competent in all aspects of floor installation.
We look in detail at an installation with a view to risk, evaluating factors such as the type of property, the type of flooring, presence of other tradesmen, client employees or customers and all kinds of health and safety legislation relating to tripping hazards, tidy work areas and so on.
Establishing any unnecessary risks before the work even starts enables us to think our way around problems without committing anyone to a dangerous situation.
We follow a consistent methodology to think through every aspect, stage and process of any floor fitting to identify any potential problems and exactly how we will go about our work. This will then be discussed and can be documented for our clients for their similar consideration. This forms the basis of an essential way of ensuring everyone knows exactly what’s happening during a project.
Much of our work is based in the commercial sector where such things are widely expected essentials, however we apply as much safety concern to our domestic installations as well; for us, safety is easily as important as work quality and scheduling and we aim to get all three right without compromising the others.
You can be confident in our flooring fitters to maintain quality and safety on site and we are proud to hold a RIDDOR report which states only 3 (non reportable) incidents in the last 3 years.
For your information we are happy to make available the following documents:
CHAS Certificate – Accredited to carry out works in the construction industry
RIDDOR report – Only 3 (non reportable) incidents in the last 3 years.
Certificate of Employer’s Liability Insurance – £5,000,000
Business Insurance Schedule – £10,000,000
Bridge Flooring Health & Safety Policy