At Sound Advice, we work closely with clients throughout the manufacturing sector, typically supplying a complete workplace health and safety support and environmental solution that allows companies to focus on their business activities.
We use our expertise to support clients through:
General health, safety, and environmental services: audits, inspections and training
Food hygiene management systems support: audits, inspections and training
Business contingency planning, which includes disaster planning
Occupational health: health surveillance, statutory medicals and sickness absence.
At Sound Advice we pride ourselves in tailoring our health and safety support service offering to fit precisely with a client’s needs. To demonstrate this, here are some examples of how we have helped a range of existing clients within the manufacturing industry to fulfill their health and safety needs:
Client A: London-based manufacturing firm
Client A is a manufacturing company based in London which trusts us to provide their business with HR support, including developing and implementing internal contracts and policies. We reinforce this through our employment support helpline and health and safety support services, which includes the regular provision of assessments and training.
Client B: Yorkshire-based engineering company
Client B is an engineering firm based in Yorkshire that contacted us as they needed health and safety support, including specific advice relating to the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations. This involved us working closely with the client to produce a H&S report, and we continue to support the client by undertaking ongoing audits to ensure compliance.
Client C: Midlands-based manufacturing firm
Client C is a manufacturing company based in the Midlands which has worked with us over a number of years regarding their health and safety services. Impressed with the results, they are now moving their occupational health requirements to ELAS to ensure that we are managing the health risks on site to the same standards as their safety risks.