Midland Safety Advice Services

scabbleMSAS offer pragmatic expert advice which is bespoke to match your specific needs to ensure you receive best value for money.

Call us to arrange your free, no obligation health check to explore how we can help.

Our team have a wealth of experience across a range of sectors including Construction, Automotive, M&E, Logistics, Fire & Security.

We’d be delighted to share our knowledge and support your team to act as your outsourced resource.

MSAS have achieved the following industry related accreditations;

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Steve Roberts joins the team

Steve Roberts joins the team

We are delighted to announce Steve Roberts has recently joined the MSAS team. Steve is no stranger to the world of health and safety and has over 30 years industry experience which includes specialist knowledge of the fire alarm, nurse call and security sectors. His experience will enable MSAS to further support clients wishing to achieve accreditations, improve their company processes and procedures as well as offering more general safety advice. Please ...

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New Year ...... New Clients!

Wow! 2016 has started off with a plethora of new clients, all wanting support with their health and safety. Redrock Consultants, HRP Services, Marston Fire Limited, Henry Rowlands Construction, Access Painting Limited, WB Powersource Limited, and Saltmine Theatre Company are just some of the Midlands based businesses who have engaged our services to become their retained health and safety consultant. We look forward to supporting them all throughout the year.

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MSAS appointed by big waver surfer Andrew Cotton

It’s a bit out of our norm but we are delighted to have been appointed as the independent safety consultant for the surfing legend Andrew Cotton. ‘Cotty’ as he is affectionately known started surfing at the age of 7 and gained wider acclaim in 2012 when he towed American surfer, Garrett McNamara in to the Guinness Book of World Records for surfing what was confirmed as the biggest wave ever. In 2014, ...

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It's all change for CDM Co-ordinators

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) came into force on 6 April 2015, replacing CDM 2007. The ‘L’ series guidance are released and available to view on the HSE website - http://bit.ly/1BOOhVU In short the role of the CDM Co-Ordinator has been removed and replaced with the introduction of a new duty holder, the Principal Designer. Further information on these changes view our web page ‘CDM 2015’

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Quality, Quality, Quality

West Midlands based Lost Wax Development Limited castings division specialise in award winning metal castings. From design concept to production and from 5 gms to 75 kg they offer a broad range of support at their Kidderminster foundry. We are assisting them to achieve accreditations to; ISO 14001 2004 and OSHAS 18001 2007.

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Health and Safety Challenges

Keeping up to date with Health and Safety legislation is one of many challenges facing managers.
Midland Safety Advice was formed over ten years ago to help ease this pressure. We offer pragmatic expert advice to ensure you meet your legislative responsibilities; giving you the peace of mind to focus your valuable time where it’s most needed in the business.

Our team have knowledge of numerous sectors including mechanical, electrical, automotive, logistics and construction. But for us no two companies are the same. We don’t use generic templates and forms, viewing health and safety as a mere box ticking exercise.

Our approach is tried and tested from years of experience. Our bespoke service is tailored to match your specific needs to ensure that you receive the best support and value for money. We operate across the UK and can work flexibly either as part of your team or as your external specialist consultant.

Sentimental though it might sound, our mission is to ‘PROTECT YOU AND YOUR BUSINESS.’

We offer a free one hour ‘health check’ to explore the areas where we can offer the most valuable support. Please do get in touch to discuss this or your more general health and safety concerns.