Sanders Electrical Health & Safety Services Limited is a family run business offering over 30 years of Quality, Health, Safety & Environmental experience in the Electrical, Telecommunications, Highways, Construction & Facilities Management sectors.
We currently employ two NEBOSH trained Quality, Health and Safety professionals registered with IOSH, One Environmental Manager registered with IEMA, One registered End-Point Assessor and one fully qualified trainer. We also have a number of Associate H&S Consultants available.
We have a passion for Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental compliance within businesses.
Our team is dedicated to changing behavioral safety & culture within a business to protect the employer while ensuring all employees return home to their families everyday, Safe & Well.
"My name is Kevin Sanders and on the left is a recent picture of me and my family on holiday, they mean the absolute world to me and everything I do is for them, including going to work everyday. I'm sure this is the same for most if not all of you out there, this is why we believe our mission statement (above) is so important and relatable for everyone".
If you want to work with a company with the personal touch and relatability please contact us for a free consultation and we promise you won't be disappointed.
Almost a third of small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) do not have a risk assessment policy in place, according to a poll of 1,500 small business leaders carried out for insurers Hiscox.
The findings, published in the Hiscox Risk Readiness Report, also suggest that a quarter of SMEs do not see health and safety as a priority.
The research, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hiscox, which insures more than 400,000 businesses, reveals that only 66% of SMEs have implemented a risk assessment policy. Of the 30% that currently don’t have one in place, only 16% plan to implement one in the next 12 months while 64% do not.
The onus on business to report on nature is accelerating, with multiple frameworks and standards taking shape. Catherine Early explains
Businesses’ awareness of their impacts and dependencies on nature is rising fast. UN negotiations for a new global deal for nature at COP15 in December were attended by an estimated 2,000 business representatives, compared with previous nature summits, which had seen barely any.