A safety management system (SMS) or safety plan documents how your business has assessed hazards, and planned and implemented controls to manage those risks that your business may face. Safe and Sound specializes in tailor made plans that allow you to run your business your way while meeting the legal requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
Occupational hygienists are involved at the interface of people and their workplaces using science and engineering to prevent ill health caused by the work environment and specialise in the assessment and control of risks to health caused from workplace exposure to hazards.
Safe and Sound Solutions are available 24/ 7 and have ICAM trained investigators and auditors with a range of qualifications and experience to ensure your company or organization receives a thorough report relevant to the work scope and aligned with industry standard.
Are your workers exposed to noise in the workplace? They may be at risk of developing occupational noise induced hearing loss. Our noise surveys assess workers noise exposure and determine the required controls and class of hearing protection needed.
Confined space work requires the management of multiple hazards with work often involving hazardous atmospheres, work at heights, restricted access, skin exposure to chemical residue, and many other aspects that make it particularly high risk. Entry Testing, Atmospheric Monitoring, Risk Management, Entry Plans, Rescue Plans, Exposure Monitoring.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is becoming of greater concern to the general public who are more aware of the impact of IAQ on their comfort and health. Safe and Sound Solutions can assess pollutants (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, particulates, VOCs), ventilation systems, thermal comfort (temperature, humidity, air speed), acoustic comfort (noise levels) and lighting comfort.
Tōtika is New Zealand’s recently launched nationally recognised cross-industry health and safety pre-qualification scheme, delivering a common pre-qualification standard and process for construction contractors and suppliers, governed by Construction Health and Safety New Zealand (CHASNZ).