There are many regulations that apply to construction health and safety...

There are many regulations that apply to construction health and safety but the main regulations are: Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) 2002 Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations Act 1995.


CHAS Compatible Documents

Health & Safety Xpert also helps you produce CHAS compatible documents (The Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme) cover the following topics specifically mentioned in the CHAS assessment.

• Company Policy Risk and COSHH assessments
• Accident reporting
• Assessing sub-contractor competence
• Work equipment and plant inspections
• Electrical safety
• Emergency arrangements
• Manual handling
• Asbestos


You don't need to be a Health & Safety expert!

You don’t need to be a health and safety expert yourself as Health & Safety Xpert’s built in knowledge base determines the likely tasks and risks involved on site and generates all the necessary paperwork for the job and save you massive amounts of time!


Compliance made easier with the knowledge of industry health and safety professionals

Developed in partnership with leading industry health and safety professionals, Health & Safety Xpert software by HBXL will save you massive amounts of time producing your paperwork as well as helping you avoid accidents or near misses by taking a more active, preventative approach to health and safety on site through the automatic production of checklists and registers including training records, equipment inspections, site inspections as well as internal health and safety audits. Take a look at a range of sample health and safety documents produced by the software in our Health & Safety Xpert gallery.


Avoid Fees for Intervention

The Health & Safety Executives recent site inspections and crackdown on smaller sites (including renovation projects and basements) means the focus is firmly on small to medium sized building firms. The Fee For Intervention (FFI) initiative was introduced by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) in October 2012 to improve safety on site. The new regulations meant that the HSE can now recover its costs for any material breach found on site with the hourly rate set at an eye watering £124 with average invoices being around £750.


Easy to use and comprehensive

Health & Safety Xpert is incredibly easy and its documentation is comprehensive to help your company comply. Simply confirm details about the job and the key individuals in the project and let the software guide you through the paperwork! You can then check through the system’s suggestions, customise the documents to your own requirements and print the ones you want.


Software is kept up to date with the very latest legislation

Plus with Health & Safety Xpert you can be sure your paperwork is covered as we keep your software up-to-date with all the very latest legislation changes.