SafetyCheck

Slips and trips are a massive area of minor, and major, injury. These injuries result in needless suffering for your guests, but also result in wasted management time and losses that arise from subsequent claims. SafetyCheck ensures that your safety management system have recognised the risk and that these protocols in place to prevent accidents is robust. The best way to deal with minor accidents is to avoid them.

Module Areas:


Guest Safety Policy

Ensuring that a detailed and sufficient policy for ensuring the safety of guests is in place.

Risk Assessment

Ensuring that risk assessments have been developed and acted upon to ensure that risks have been identified and are removed or reduced in accordance with industry best practice.

Reception / Public Areas

Ensuring that all public areas, including corridors and reception areas are free from hazards that present a significant risk to guests.

Glazing

Ensuring that where glazing is used for partitions or is present in areas of guest traffic, that the risks associated are managed effectively.

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

Ensuring that the facilities in these areas are of a safe design and maintained to a standard that ensures that guests are safe. This also includes outside dining areas and bars.

Gas

Ensuring that all risks associated with gas cooking or heating facilities have been addressed and effectively managed.

Children Safety

Ensuring that all facilities specifically aimed at children (e.g. Childrens clubs, cots and highchairs) are of a standard in accordance with industry best practice.

Washroom Facilities

Ensuring that all public washroom facilities are maintained and managed effectively to ensure guest safety and promote good hygiene standards.

Washroom Facilities

Ensuring that all public washroom facilities are maintained and managed effectively to ensure guest safety and promote good hygiene standards.

Guest Security

Ensuring that all recreational facilities available to the guests have been designed and are maintained / managed in accordance with industry best practice.

Medical Facilities

Ensuring that the hotel has adequate arrangements to ensure that medical situations can be dealt with effectively.

Incident Investigation

Ensuring that an effective system of investigation is in place to identify and manage incidents and where possible prevent reoccurrence by the introduction of corrective action.