online training

Online Training

Health & Safety, Fire Safety E-Learning courses, and the facility to create bespoke courses to your requirements

risk management

Risk Assessment

Fire, Health & Safety and other risk assessment services & software are available from Safesmart

compliance

Compliance

We support our customers in every aspect of being fully compliant with the regulations

onsite training

Onsite Training

Structured training courses can be delivered by one of our training consultants at your premisis

consultancy

Consultancy

Online, telephone and face to face consultancy are available from Safesmart

engineering

Engineering

A full repair, maintenance & installation service supplied by our engineering staff

Smartlog

Smartlog™ is Safesmart's unique online fire and health & safety platform, that allows organisations to manage and regulate all their fire safety and health and safety requirements quickly and easily.

The platform acts as your complete Fire and Health & Safety management tool, and includes:

  • Fire safety training for unlimited employees
  • Fire warden training for unlimited employees
  • DSE training and DSE assessments
  • Fire risk assessments
  • Workplace safety assessments
  • Automatic email reminders for compliance issues
  • A complete and comprehensive online log book


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About Safesmart

Safesmart was formed in 2002 to provide fire, health and safety consultancy and services to studios in the UK film and TV sector.

The company also provided fire fighting and detection equipment at a very low cost and engineering services where servicing was required. This service was provided through an extensive database of fully qualified engineers, rigorously evaluated and managed by Safesmart’s own highly qualified engineering and consultancy function. Today, the company continues to provide local services, managed on a nationwide basis, using the most appropriately qualified engineers.

As the company emerged as a market leader, it became clear that changes in the industry would have to be made to meet the regulatory environment envisaged by the “Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005” in England & Wales and the “Fire Scotland Act 2005 /2006” in Scotland. In addition, other Health and Safety legislation was coming into force that needed addressing, particularly for those operating in multi site operations.


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