Health & Safety

At Allianz Engineering our commitment to Health & Safety supports everything that we do, from ensuring that our customers, their employees and our employees are and remain safe through the inspection of plant and equipment. Our health & safety policy makes sure that our legal responsibilities are met at all times.

In order to carry out their examinations and assessments services safely, our Engineer Surveyors are required to have appropriate health & safety knowledge covering all client locations that they are likely to visit. This can only be achieved through training, safe systems of work and working in partnership with our clients.

All of our Engineer Surveyors are recruited against the strict requirements of the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) Schedules for the accreditation of inspection bodies, and in line with the mandatory aspects of the Safety Assessment Federation (SAFed) Standard SSO1: 2001. They are fully trained, authorised and have been awarded “The SAFed Health & safety Passport”.

The Safety Passport scheme follows the HSE (Health & Safety Executive) guide for passport schemes and is subject to external assessment by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

It allows Engineer Surveyors to routinely carry out dynamic risk assessments for any client location. In addition the SAFed scheme takes account of the unique and specialist activities that engineer surveyors undertake. This provides individuals with the appropriate health & safety awareness to ensure that their examination and assessment activities are undertaken safely.

Our accreditation to ISO/IEC 17020 and SAFed SS01 also ensures that the continual training and competency of our Engineer Surveyors is maintained and improved.

Allianz Engineering operates in a wide variety of locations including, but not exclusive to: Construction, Mines & Quarries, Manufacturing, Leisure sites, Utilities, Communications, Catering, Logistics (storage and distribution), Service industries, Airports, Retail, Offices.