Your Current Safety Provision?
Are your existing levels of emergency response adequate?
Incidents and emergencies can occur in a moment and if they do, a proportionate immediate response can make the difference between life and death for any casualty or personnel. You must identify if your current rescue provision is suitable and sufficient for the level of risk any of your employees may encounter and for the risk profile of your site.
No organisation wants to leave it to chance
Activate their emergency procedures for the first time during a live incident
If you require further support and a dedicated team of standby rescue and safety professionals, HFR Solutions CIC can assist by completing;
- A risk assessment
- Method statement
- A rescue plan (if required) to cover your activities.
Once complete and before work begins, the HFR Solutions CIC emergency response team leader will brief your workers to ensure that everyone fully understands the actions needed to be taken in the event of an incident.
IEC (Immediate Emergency Care) Trained Emergency Response Professionals
All HFR Solutions CIC emergency response teams will contain at least one team member who is IEC (Immediate emergency care) trained and qualified and will be self-sufficient with rescue, medical equipment and firefighting capabilities.
When an incident occurs, your site based operational and health and safety team will be safe in the knowledge that our incident response specialists will be ready to:
Achievable Rescue Plans
If practical to do so, we will also undertake an exercise to test your rescue plans and ensure that everyone is fully conversant with their roles and responsibilities. An emergency response team will test your rescue plans and assess whether the level of risk changes as a project develops. They will also test if your organisation holds the competency levels to execute the first phase of the rescue plan.
Standby response specialists will take into account the following factors of your rescue plan;
- Does the client understand the risk identified within the rescue plan?
- Are sufficient people employed to carry out the rescue plan?
- Are all personnel competent?
- Do all personnel fully understand the scope of work outside the rescue? Is it compliant with a safe system of works?
- Is the available rescue and safety equipment suitable and sufficient?