Keith Rhodes Health & Safety
Health & Safety is the most important factor when considering moving any load. Keith Rhodes takes all precautions as reasonably practicable to reduce the risk of accidents occurring to Keith Rhodes operatives and client personnel when on site.
As standard, prior to arrival by Keith Rhodes operatives, a pack containing job-specific information will be supplied. This will contain a risk assessment, method statement, manual handling assessment, PPE assessment, checklists and drawings for setting out our transport/cranes etc. Any client-specific H&S documentation will be in addition to all standard Keith Rhodes documentation. We will also provide details of insurance and our Health and Safety Policy.
All equipment is stringently checked prior to use and replaced as necessary. All lifting gear and equipment have regular recorded checks. Certificates accompany all on-site equipment and an additional copy of these can be supplied if necessary.
In addition to drawings supplied within the H&S pack, Keith Rhodes can offer ‘one-off’ site drawings, outrigger pad calculations and technical information of equipment.
All Keith Rhodes equipment used on the job will have accompanying technical specifications supplied as PDF documents (this is only if requested).
Health & Safety FAQ’s
What documentation do you provide?
Job specific Safe System Of Work (SSOW)
What is SSOW?
An SSOW consists of a risk assessment, method statement and lift plans where required, also statutory assessments for COSHH, LOLER, PUWER.
Who produces your SSOW?
We have NEBOSH and Tech Iosh qualified Consultant, who undertakes all our health and safety.
What's the timescale for the SSOW?
We prefer 14 days upon receiving written order to produce SSOW, this can vary depending on the urgency of a job.
What training do employees receive?
They have up to date in house training and specialist training in relation to the type of work we undertake by our NEBOSH and Tech Iosh Consultant.