Health & safety

Specialist Health & Safety services for care homes

Key Benefits:


  • Initial sector specific health and safety audit
  • Tailored health and safety policy and risk assessments, built around critical safety concerns in a care home
  • Bespoke staff health and safety handbooks
  • Competent persons role (required under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations)
  • Access to cloud based user friendly software
  • Six-monthly safety audits and online reports 
  • Free telephone support from our sector experts


  • Cloud-based safety management software that can be accessed from anywhere
  • Checks and audits to suit your schedule
  • Power to assign risk assessments and delegate safety tasks
  • User friendly and scaleable
  • Proactive e-mail reminders to keep everythin on track
  • Automate every aspect of health and safety




Have you ever added up the cost of accidents and injuries in your care home business?
 Or looked at the impact of near misses if you had been less fortunate?
If you haven't you could be in for a nasty surprise 

Specialist Health & Safety Services for Care Homes

Risk Assessments


The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 makes business owners, and those responsible for business premises, ultimately responsible for conducting a fire risk assessment and making safe their places of work. You need to appoint a ‘competent person’ to help if you don’t have the expertise or time to do the fire risk assessment yourself. Our consultants are qualified and experienced at conducting fire risk assessments across a variety of industries.


Legionella causes Legionnaires’ Disease, a potentially fatal form of pneumonia. Failure to properly manage your water systems may exposure your staff or customers to this risk.

As an employer or person in control of premises you need to assess, prevent and control any risks of exposure to legionella arising from your water systems. Compliant to the L8 approved code of practice, we will identify and assess the source of any risk of legionella and produce a practical action plan to prevent, minimise and control the risk.


The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 require employers to assess and manage the risk of exposure to asbestos. In reality this means ensuring you know firstly if your building contains any asbestos and secondly managing potential exposure. Failure to adequately manage the risks associated with asbestos often leads to heavy prosecution fines.

New Home Aquisition

If you are acquiring a new home we recommend you consider all the above and also comply to the requirements of Refurbishment and Renovation F10 notification.

From advice on contracts and procedures to help with dealing with difficult procedures, our down to earth offer practical support whatever the challenge. 

Online training, downloadable training packs, workshops, care certificate and RQF diploma. Tailor training to suit your requirements.

A range of services that will enable you to solve your recruitment problems. Source, attract and hire individuals with the right values for your business.

Any questions? Ask us
We're always happy to talk to you.
Give us a call 01242 896380 or drop us a line in the contact form

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