Welcome to isosure - good health & safety doesnt happen by accident
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Employment legislation and Health and Safety compliance are more than Red Tape and yes, they may cause major headaches for many employers but both are necessary evils. In the current working environment even minor accidents or disputes can have potentially litigious and costly consequences.

quality-processOur service will provide you with the means to manage all aspects of staff employment and workplace safety more easily, more effectively and more profitably.

Membership brings access to a wide range of facilities, designed to help you stay compliant with current legislation and with changes as they occur. We will help you from recruitment to the exit interview phase of employment and to develop and maintain a safe and healthy working environment.

  • Translating Health & Safety and HR legislation in a straightforward way.
  • Providing information and downloadable, policies, procedures and documentation.
  • Relevant news and legislation updates are flagged throughout the year.
  • Unlimited access to the experienced advisors of the "Ask the Expert” service.
  • Saving time through easy to use Search facilities.

As insurers increasingly expect businesses to manage these issues well and look to reward them with favourable terms it is time to proactively manage rather than wait for something to happen.

Our service will help you achieve cost benefits and peace of mind by providing you with the tools and information that will help keep your business compliant. 

 

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