Why Health & Safety Compliance Engineering?
When Robin Carver started the company in 1992 his ambition was to create something more than “just another health & safety consultancy”. He had heard so many “experts” telling companies what was wrong but not telling them what they really wanted to know – just how to make it right.
Companies really want expertise to identify hazards, assess risks, apply standards and to recommend, cost, design and even carry out any necessary measures required to meet European Machinery Directives and Statutory Regulations.
With enthusiasm and development of multiple skills he has achieved just that.
Experience & Competence:
Health & Safety Compliance Engineering is active in the UK, Europe and worldwide and offering a complete range of Technical services ensuring that products can be sold legally in the European Union, complying with European Safety Directives and regulations.
Businesses can have confidence in choosing Robin Carver as a health & safety consultant on the OSCHR register*,
as being bound by a recognised professional code of conduct and committed to providing sensible and proportionate health and safety advice.
By choosing us you are placing a significant degree of trust in our judgement and we can assure you as a Chartered Safety Practitioner**
that we have the training, experience and knowledge to provide you with the right information and sound advice.
*What is OSHCR?
In 2011 in response to the report “Common Sense, Common Safety” the UK Government reacted and had the HSE establish the Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register, OSHCR. This sets a benchmark standard for safety consultants and help to raise the quality of advice being given to businesses. The register aims to assist businesses to find advice on health and safety management. See the entry on the OSHCR.
**What is a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner?
The title "Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner" signifies that Robin J Carver is at the pinnacle of his profession. It is only awarded to those who have fully satisfied the stringent requirements of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, verified by rigorous, evidence-based assessment procedures and continued professional development.