Health & Safety

Architecture Energy Ltd now provides small and medium size businesses with Safety Statements and Risk Assessments at very cost effective prices.

What is a Safety Statement?

Section 20 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires that an organisation produce a written programme to safeguard the safety and health of employees while they work and also the safety and health of other people who might be at the workplace, including customers, visitors and members of the public. The statement represents a commitment to their safety and health. It should show how the employer will ensure their safety and health and state resources necessary to maintain and review safety and health laws and standards.

Legal Reasons

Carrying out a risk assessment, preparing a safety statement and implementing what you have written down are not only central to any safety and health management system, they are required by law. Health and Authority inspectors visiting workplaces will want to know how employers are managing safety and health. If they investigate an accident, they will scrutinise the risk assessment and safety statement, and the procedures and work practices in use. It should be ensured that these stand up to examination. If the inspector finds that one of these is inadequate, he or she can ask the employer to revise it. Employers can be prosecuted id they do not have a safety statement in place.

For more information regarding Safety, Health and Welfare at Work please log onto the National Irish Safety Organisation at For further information please contact us here.

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