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Method Statements

Method Statements play a very important role within your workplace

– They safe guard your employees.

Method Statements Writing – A method statement is a document detailing how a particular process will be carried out. Such a method statement is commonly used to describe how a particular system of work can be carried out safely, and should include background details of your company, site address and overview of the project.

It should also detail the possible dangers / risks associated with your particular part of the works and the methods of control to be established, to show how the work will be managed safely.

Method Statements, if used, should reflect the outcome of Workplace Risk Assessments which record how to deal with significant risks, they must be followed by those carrying out the works.

We can help whatever your Industry or Trade.

Whatever your industry – Office, Construction, Retail, Factories and Warehouse, Hotels, Manufacturing.

Whatever your trade – Groundwork, Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting and Decorating, Roofing, Electrician, Heating Engineers, Bricklaying, Scaffolding.

We will write your Method Statements and show you how to implement them contact us or call 0121 249 1281.

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