Welcome to Acres Consultancy Services / ThinkActBeSafe.
Acres Consultancy Services are a leading provider of health & safety management based in Northern Ireland. Our services include consultancy, training, occupational health advice, study support and event hosting. We also provide a variety of training courses that can be tailored to suit your particular needs. Both the accredited and non-accredited courses are presented by qualified, experienced tutors and can be delivered in-house or at our training centres. With over 20 years’ experience in a range of sectors including construction, civil engineering and renewable energy, Acres Consultancy Services Ltd have the experience and competencies to manage the delivery of all of your H&S requirements.
A Leading Provider:
Our mission is to help companies and organisations embed safe attitudes within their workforce so as safety becomes an integrated part of the working environment. We feel that practising and promoting a safe attitude is probably the most important element of any effective Health and Safety programme and the services we offer are built around this belief.
Contact us and we will arrange a time to meet and discuss your Health and Safety concerns. We can provide help with audits, risk assessment and policy development for small companies. No two organisations are the same and we will tailor our service to your needs.
We can assist in developing management systems to promote a positive safety culture within your organisation so as safe attitudes become embedded in your workforce and an integral part of day-to-day work.
We will discuss your organisations Health and Safety training needs and endeavour to provide well planned learning events and workshops to suit your requirements.
We are committed to the delivery of a quality service, continually striving to improve the training and courses we offer our clients. We are ethical in all of our business transactions and provide a consistently high level, high value service.
We want to help companies and organisations develop a safety culture where safe practice becomes a way of life, a habit or mind set. These days, most organisations do the physical and ststems part of safety well and injury rates have fallen but not to zero and here’s why.
There are a whole range of things people do every day that increase the risk of injuries. This is why some organisations which regard themselves as safe still see accidents happening. even though physical and systems approaches to safety are working well, people are behaving unsafely.
Meet the Team
Adrianna is a recent graduate with a Bachelors degree in Environmental Health. She has experience in Food Safety from completing a placement year at Mid Ulster District Council. She also has had previous experience of Health and Safety from working in a manufacturing environment.
Mark has strong presentation skills with extensive experience of designing and delivering training programmes and seminars, as well as staff management and project management. He has many years of experience in delivering a wide range of food safety and health & safety accredited training programmes including CIEH courses.