Keeping our clients safe, secure and compliant.
As part of our core service delivery we offer a wide range of compliance services including:
- water hygiene Inspections and management
- fire risk management
- security risk management
- statutory compliance tests and checks
- process, policy and procedure design, implementation and management
- health and safety management
- auditing and monitoring
High quality staff are crucial to any business and we work with selected specialist sub contractors - all strictly audited.
Our management systems are themselves endorsed by the SSIP Safe Contractor Scheme.
Our management system is health and safety driven and all our subcontractors complete a pre-qualifying questionnaire and are then audited under our Safe Contractor approved process to ensure they have the following:
- Health and Safety Management
- Site and Work specific risk assessments and method statements
- Accident reporting
- Insurance documentation
- Staff training history
- Planning, qualifications and trading history
Our sub-contractors are themselves forbidden from subcontracting on any FMI Group Services sites
We audit all sub-contractors annually and this is signed off by a company director.
All procedures are checked and tested to reflect we have the ability to sub contract to a high standard.
We ensure our clients are kept updated with full site surveys of all our work to ensure their premises are safe, secure and compliance.
Ever-changing rules and regulations can be problematic but we will ensure all regulations and certificates are adhered to and upheld.
As a member of the SSIP Safe Contractor Scheme you can rest assured you are in the very best hands.
Our compliance audits were never more successful than a recent contract with Tenpin which provides fun bowling facilities at the Star City complex.
We reviewed their life safety systems including fire alarms and public address systems and following our report we were instructed to complete all the necessary works to ensure the systems were fully compliant and to current British standards. The works involved replacing the networked fire alarm panels along with peripheral devices on the system.