Health and Safety legislation imposes a general duty on employers to do whatever is 'reasonably practicable' to control work-related risks to their employees and other people who could be affected by their business activities.
A poor safety record can result in disruption to the efficient running of an organisation, a loss of reputation, poor staff morale and an increase in costs.
An employer has a legal duty to ensure the safety of employees working on the site, and that duty of care also extends to other visitors to the site, including contractors and delivery drivers.
TMS has extensive experience in carrying out Workplace Transport Risk Assessments (WTRA) to check for compliance with current health and safety legislation and HSE guidance, and to offer practical recommendations for controlling identified risks presented by the movement of traffic around the workplace. We use engineering judgement based on the assessors experience in risk assessment and accident investigation.
TMS can provide the following services with regards to Workplace Transport Safety, with reference to the HSE Guidance Document HSG136 "A Guide to Workplace Transport Safety (3rd Edition), published 2014.
As an example, TMS can assess traffic and pedestrian routes within a workplace to determine whether circulation routes are suitable, speed control is required, visibility is adequate for drivers and pedestrians and whether segregation and specific crossings are required along pedestrian routes. Some examples include:
TMS have carried out Workplace Transport Risk Assessments on a whole range of different transport, manufacturing and storage sites across the country where site managers have asked for an independent survey as part of their commitment to ensuring the health and safety of their employees and other visitors to the site.
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