Transport and Infrastructure
Whether your organisation is related to transport by
road, rail, sea or air, your employees may be subjected
to various health and safey risks.
These can include accidents arising from fatigue or stress;
musculoskeletal disorders; slips, trips or falls from height, or
manual handling injuries.
HSE helps clients in the transport and infrastructure
sector to manage and control risks.
We can help you to protect your workforce from ill health and
injury and improve your planning and decision-making through the
better use of data.
This enables you to make the most of market opportunities, reduce
sickness absence costs and improve your business performance.
Why choose HSL?
- We can help you to achieve excellence
in health and safety risk management, providing expert support for
the implementation of risk management models such as RM3.
- We investigate many transport-related
incidents for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). You can
benefit from our unique understanding of why accidents happen, and
how they can be prevented.
- We can measure air pollution, noise and other environmental
factors, and help reduce their impact on your employees and the
- In addition to our bespoke risk
management and health and safety solutions, you can also obtain
transport and infrastructure related training, products, and large
scale testing services under one roof at HSL.
How can we help?
We offer risk assessments and solutions that are tailored to the
specific needs of your business, ensuring value for money.
Projects we've helped clients in the Transport and
Infrastructure sector with include:
- Working to ensure the safety of
future refuelling stations for hydrogen-powered cars.
- Carrying out fire-resistance tests,
for example to ensure compliance with the European Standard for
plastic fuel tanks (ECE R 34, Annex 5).
To discuss how we can help you with any health or safety-related
issue, please contact our Transport and Infrastructure Sector Lead,
Telephone: +44 (0)203 028 2079
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