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Arinite is a health and safety consultancy providing support to a diverse customer base across the UK and Ireland. Our services range from risk assessment, audit and inspections to fire marshal training and fulfilling the requirement of a competent person.

Health and Safety Services

Arinite’s services are tailored to meet your organisational requirements. Our health and safety consultancy service will help you create and maintain a safe and healthy working environment. Our service will :

  • Maintain a healthy and safe workplace.
  • Reduce the cost of compliance.
  • Provide “peace of mind”.
  • Provide a competent person for H&S.

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Health and Safety Training

Our highly qualified consultants will help ensure that your employees are trained in every aspect of health and safety that presents a significant risk. Our courses are delivered on site across the UK.
The training we provide will be :

  • Applied to your working environment.
  • Provided by competent trainers.
  • Interactive, allowing full participation.
  • Fully documented and certificated.

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Health and Safety Software

Arinite’s innovative software solution ensures that H&S documentation is effectively managed. The system will collate data to maintain tailored corporate and site dashboards overseen by our experts.
The system will provide :

  • A secure depository of H&S information.
  • Live monitoring through dashboards.
  • Site and corporate access levels.
  • Management reports.

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