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Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, it is a requirement to monitor and review preventative and protective measures; workplace inspections are an effective way of doing this. A workplace inspection aims to prevent workplace accidents and ill-health by identifying hazards and monitoring the implementation and effectiveness of preventative and protective control measures.

Workplace inspections satisfy a key part of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, ensuring that businesses remain compliant with their legal duties. In addition to this, having monitoring systems in place such as workplace inspections, provides businesses with the confidence that they are doing enough to achieve a healthy and safe work environment, or where improvements are needed.


Logic can assist with workplace inspections whether these be routine or one-off. These may also be in a range of workplace settings including offices, factories and sites. A thorough inspection is undertaken by a competent health and safety consultant and is followed up with a comprehensive report to assist the business with moving forward.

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