Ascertain the level of risk

The degree of health and safety risk in a particular job or workplace needs to be balanced against the time, trouble, cost and physical difficulty of taking measures to avoid or reduce the risk. In particular the employer must provide safe plant and systems of work ascertained by Risk Assessments, which may identify a requirement for a Method Statement.


Template Method Statements for you to customise

Health & Safety Xpert is supplied with three template Method Statements to help you get started. Because each Method Statement is unique and specific to the job for which it is prepared it therefore requires you to enter your own bespoke text. You can have more than one Method Statement per project


Easy to edit Method Statements

You can create new Method Statements and edit the text of any existing Method Statements you have previously created.
If you want to save your Method Statement for future projects you can and it will be saved to your library of Method Statements for future jobs.

Once you are satisfied with your Method Statement, simply press Print to print copies!


Comply with regulations

Method Statements are an important part of complying with other specific regulations to determine a safe system of work including:

• Work at Height Regulations 2005
• Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
• Confined Spaces Regulation 1997
• Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2012


Prepare, implement, communicate and record safe systems of work

Use the Method Statement printout included with Health & Safety Xpert to help you prepare, implement, communicate and record safe systems of work in accordance with the findings of the relevant Risk Assessments.