Health & Safety Consultants For Landlords

Landlords have a legal responsibility to ensure that their properties comply with the latest safety regulations.

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With over 25 years of experience in strategic management of health and safety, we help keep your tenants safe and your property company on track for success.

Being a landlord is rewarding but also has great responsibility. The law clearly outlines the health, safety and legal responsibilities of landlords and you are solely responsible for the health and safety of tenants.

To ensure you are compliant with the latest legislation and responsibility, we have created a fully outsourced health and safety service that is tailored to your needs.

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    Mark Williams

    Checkmate Fire

    Having known Paul for 12 months I can comment on his professional attitude to meeting our requirements. Paul was always focused, target driven, pragmatic, diligent and accommodating in working with us.

    I found Paul to be a very pleasant person who I would have no reservation in recommending.

    Discover how the PMAN certifies your property business for success:

    PMAN owner, Paul Westwick CMIOSH has provided certifications to clients varying from SMEs to blue chip organisations across a wide-range of industries.

    Our practises add worth at every stage, without taking up unnecessary management time. We promise to provide you with the best possible value for money – including a price promise from the outset, along with the ability to stagger payments at no extra cost where agreed.

    We remove the red tape and paperwork for you, making the process as smooth and straightforward as possible, and ensuring you get the management system structure that works for you.

    Water Safety Management

    What are the benefits of Water Safety Management?

    The risks posed by poor water hygiene can be potentially fatal and recent Legionella outbreaks have proven to have a dramatic impact on business costs and reputation.

    Maintaining first-rate water hygiene management reduces these risks, ensures legal obligations are met and buildings and their occupants stay healthy.

    Water Hygiene Risk Assessment: Domestic Systems

    A Water Hygiene risk assessment is legally required for all premises with water, where there is the potential to create a spray or aerosol and where there is the potential for the water on site to exceed 20°C.

    The requirement to carry out a risk assessment is laid down in section 6 of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 and section 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999).

    In order to give clear guidance and instruction on how to comply with the regulations, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued an approved code of practice ACOP L8, which details all the specific tasks, checks and policies/procedures which need to be in place for any organisation to fully comply with the legislation.

    A water hygiene risk assessment carried out by the S2 Partnership will detail all the relevant assets, plant and systems on-site which have the potential to create a risk with regard to the growth and dissemination of Legionella bacteria.

    Your Landlord Health & Safety Services

    Health & Safety Policies

    As a landlord you are responsible for providing your tenant with a safe and healthy property for their peace and quiet enjoyment.

    Sections 11-14 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. These require the Landlord to keep in repair the structure and exterior of the property and keep in repair and proper working order the installations in the property for the supply of water, gas, electricity, sanitation and for space and water heating. This is why property inspections must be undertaken on a regular basis.

    Fire Safety

    Anyone having control of premises or some control over part of them will be responsible for fire safety. If having control, you must:

    • carry out a fire risk assessment. Consider the possible risks to anyone who might be affected and keep the assessment up to date
    • take steps to prevent fires such as making sure electrical equipment is maintained
    • safeguard people using the workplace by taking fire precautions, for example, through escape routes, fire-resistant doors and walls, fire alarms and fire-fighting equipment
    • train staff in fire safety


    In commercial buildings, these responsibilities are normally shared by the landlord and tenant. For example, in multi-occupied office blocks that house several employers, all tenants have responsibility for those parts of the building used by their employees.

    The landlord or managing agent:

    • must make sure fire regulations are complied with on common staircases
    • is responsible for maintaining and checking shared fire safety equipment covering the whole building


    How can PMAN Consulting Ltd help?

    The PMAN Consulting team of highly-qualified and experienced consultants undertakes hundreds of risk assessments each year to identify the site, task or organisation-specific risks in order to ensure health & safety and legal compliance.

    A General Health & Safety Risk Assessment will be undertaken by a highly-qualified and experienced assessor with a knowledge and understanding of current health & safety legislation, along with good practice guidelines.

    Our health & safety consultant will visit and survey the site by appointment and undertake a general risk assessment, including an examination of safety management policies, arrangements and practices. The assessment will include an examination of site safety documentation, a physical inspection of areas under the client’s responsibilities and, wherever appropriate, discussions with the relevant persons regarding health & safety-related issues.

    This assessment will be carried out taking into account the requirements of health & safety and occupiers’ liability legislation, and principles of ISO 45001.

    A full risk assessment report with digital photographs will be produced, including recommendations for any further action and any relevant monitoring log sheets

    What are the benefits?

    Risk assessments help to protect people as well as businesses by identifying and controlling hazards and risk which have the potential to cause harm in order to ensure life safety, legal compliance and protection of reputation.


    Maureen Richardson

    Regional Director, Operations

    I have known the Managing Director  for over 12 years where we worked together in a care organisation focussing on clients with learning disability, brain injury and high level risk management needs. There was a notable Person Centred focus on the way risk assessment and management plans were designed and delivered on. In terms of cost I would say that there is definitely value for money in what is offered. They are a very high quality, cost effective organisation that I use regularly for my health and safety needs in the workplace and have no hesitation in recommending PMAN Consulting to you.

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    Landlord Health & Safety Policies

    As a landlord you are responsible for providing your tenant with a safe and healthy property for their peace and quiet enjoyment.

    • Property structure and exterior inspections
    • Fire risk assessments
    • Advise on steps to prevent fires
    • Safeguarding people
    • Inspection of fire escape routes, fire-resistant doors and walls, fire alarms and fire-fighting equipment
    • Staff training in fire safety
    • Protect your staff and tenants
    • Protect your business
    • ISO 45001 compliance

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