Our Vision

That Work Supports Health

Our Mission

Keeping You and Your Team Healthy and Productive

Adaptive Health and Safety Hero


PDF Documents

General Risk and Workplace Management Regulations 2016 view here

Scope of Services Offered by Adaptive view here

Proposal by Adaptive view here

Management Systems

A management system is similar to a recipe. Without a recipe the results are variable at best! Also, if the ingredients in the recipe, or resources supplied to an organisation, do not meet a certain standard then the result will be worthless. When organisations use a management system to apply standards relevant to their operations then they are more likely to consistently meet the needs both of their internal teams and their market.

Adaptive Health and Safety Ltd work to the risk management standards set by International Organization for Standardization. ISO – Standards are internationally agreed standards that apply to specific activities eg food service or environmental protection. The key components are:

1. Lead
2. Plan
3. Support
4. Operate
5. Improve

Critical Risks

The Critical Risks below are a guide to identify or review risks you have already identified in your organisation. They are grouped by subject here for ease of reference but there many different ways to identify risk both proactive and reactive.

Contact us today so we can get started working with you to identify and manage your risks!

1. Vehicles and Driving

Being hit by, being run over by, carbon monoxide fumes, hitting an object, hitting another vehicle (Traffic Management is NOT included here)

2. Hazardous Substances/ Medication

Drugs, Alcohol, Chemicals

3. Equipment and Stored Energy

Accessible moving/rotating parts, pressurised fluid/hydraulics, hot or cold metal, fixed plant, portable plant, hand tools, electricity, LPG gas, pressurised system (steam or liquid)

4. Slips Trips and Falls

Uneven surface, loss of balance, slippery surfaces, physical capability/disability

5. Security and Violence

People in a highly emotional state, people with a medical incapacity, people under the influence of a substance

6. Biological and Infectious Disease

Blood and other body fluids, virus/disease, food handling, eating

7. Psychosocial

Includes privacy breach and shift work, toxic relationships, bullying, work procedures

8. Ergonomics and People Handling

Posture, repetitive movement, inappropriate force, heavy lifting, arrangement of fixtures and fittings, physical working arrangements

9. Environment and Occupational Hygiene

Isolated work, dust, fumes, UV /sun/radiation/animals/insects/spiders, water, extreme weather, noise/vibration, extreme  temperature/humidity, pressure/vacuum, confined space, working at heights/raised or falling objects

10. Fire and Explosion

Ignition source, chemical, liquid or gas, vapour or particles, flammable materials

11. Buildings, Traffic Management and Furniture

Obstructed exits, access ramp, stairs, building and fixtures, driveways and paths, workshops/workrooms, outdoor furniture, garden/landscape feature, pond/swimming pool

12. Business Continuity and Natural Disasters

Lockdown, evacuation (partial or total), disruption (supply cut), reputation/Quality Care, Earthquake, Tsunami, flood etc