JLM Health & Safety for Competent Advice

Ensuring you Comply with your Health & Safety Duties

CDM Services

advice and guidance for the construction industry

Assistance can be given to help the client notify the construction project to the HSE.
We can develop the mandatory construction phase plan and update (where necessary) to reflect the methods and practice of your construction work.
Our consultants can undertake site inspections to help you identify and monitor hazards and maintain high standards.

Finally we can help you develop your health and safety file.

The benefits of using the JLM Health & Safety CDM consultancy service can include:

  • Expert health and safety knowledge and guidance, a phone call away
  • Clear, easy to understand documentation
  • Independent advisors with no hidden agenda
  • Reduced risk of incidents and lost time
  • Peace of mind and compliance.


JLM Health & Safety offers assurance that you have the right help from a competent person to enable you to meet the requirements of health and safety law giving you peace of mind.

Our consultants are classed as competent persons as they are CMIOSH and are OSHCR members demonstrating they have sufficient training and experience or knowledge and other qualities that allow them to assist you properly.

It would be fair to say that businesses of all shapes and sizes may take their eye off the ball when it comes to managing health and safety during these challenging times, but with JLM Health & Safety easily affordable Competent-Person-Service, you simply don’t need to!

Because we know that no two businesses are the same we cater for different needs AND limited budgets.
Our Competent Person Service packages come with No lengthy contract period, easy to arrange and equally as easy to opt out.

Plant and Equipment your company or organisation has access to health and safety assistance


Health & Safety Consultancy Policy and Administration

Acquiring accreditations can represent a great opportunity to improve and implement more effective management systems JLM Health and Safety’s consultants will meet with you. Discuss the scheme you are considering, what criteria you already have in place and determine what additional evidence is required.

Audits And Safety Inspections – Our health and safety services include administrative support, such as DSE Assessments, Site Inspections, Risk Assessments. Call or email to discuss you needs.

Our health and safety services includes administrative support, such as desk top updating of your current risk assessment templates, existing policies and all other health and safety documents.

We offer Bespoke training to meet your needs and we are proud to be Associates of the College of West Anglia, who offer a variety of Commercial Training including NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety. To learn more about their courses follow the link.


Every policy that we develop will include a statement of intent that represents your commitment to your duties as an employer, a defined management structure and responsibilities to enable ownership of health and safety throughout the organisation, and a selection of arrangements, detailing how you and your organisation will control risk.
Our consultant will meet with you to discuss the details and gather all necessary information to ensure your policy reflects what you do and who you are.

The benefits of having a health and safety policy include:

  • Meeting your legal duties
  • Defined, measurable standards
  • A visible commitment to your employees
  • Encouraging good health and safety
Health and Safety policy services

Frequently Asked Questions relating to Health & Safety

Things you need to know.....

Yes. CDM 2015 applies to all construction work including small-scale commercial and domestic projects.
You will have different responsibilities depending on your involvement.

As an Employer you have the responsibility to prevent or reduce the likelihood of a fire breaking out and if a fire does occur, to reduce its spread and intensity.

The law does not identify a maximum weight limit. It places duties on employers to manage or control risk; measures to take to meet this duty will vary depending on the circumstances of the task.

The law does not state a minimum or maximum temperature, but the temperature in workrooms should normally be at least:

16°C or
13°C if much of the work involves rigorous physical effort.

There are no hard and fast rules on exact numbers and you will need to take into account all the relevant circumstances of your particular workplace.