Insurances & Accreditations

Combined Liability Insurance

Employers Liability:

Limit of indemnity - £10,000,000

Public Liability (Including Products Liability):

Limit of Indemnity - £5,000,000

Financial Loss Insurance:

Limit of Indemnity - £1,000,000

Contractors “All Risks” Insurance:

Limit of Indemnity - £1,000,000

Professional Indemnity Insurance

Limit of Indemnity - £1,000,000

Workspace Interiors Accreditations

Health & Safety

Health and safety is at the core of what we do at Workspace Interiors. As a long established refurbishment and fit-out company, we mainly work in environments, which require rigid health and safety regulations in order to minimise risk to our clients, contractors as well as members of the public.

We have an excellent health and safety record which is just one of the many reasons that our clients return to us time and time again. We deliver every refurbishment or fit-out project in full compliance with all current safety legislation and CDM regulations. We’re accredited members of SafeContractor and the FIS and we are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 as well as ISO 45001 certified.

Our Health and Safety Policy is reviewed regularly by an independent third party who also provides us with continuous HSE support and around-the-clock peace of mind for all aspects of health and safety.

The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 are the main set of regulations for managing the health, safety and welfare of all construction / fit out projects. CDM applies to all building and construction work and includes new build, demolition, refurbishment, extensions, conversions, repair and maintenance.

Workspace Interiors have the requisite skills and knowledge to undertake the following roles:
  • Designer – When preparing or modifying designs, eliminate, reduce or control foreseeable risks that may arise during the construction phase or the ongoing maintenance and use of a building.
  • Principal Designer – to plan, manage, monitor and coordinate health and safety in the pre-construction phase of a project which typically includes identifying, eliminating or controlling foreseeable risks, ensuring designers carry out their duties as well as preparing and providing relevant information to other dutyholders.
  • Principal Contractor – to plan, manage, monitor and coordinate health and safety during the construction phase of a project which includes liaising with the client and principal designer, preparing the construction phase plan and organising cooperation between contractors and coordinating their work.

This will give you the peace of mind that your project is being delivered with all health & safety legislation being covered by your project management team at Workspace Interiors.

To discuss your office requirements in more detail…

Please tell us a little bit about your requirements and we will be in contact to discuss the options available

  • Project cost certainty
  • Friendly expert team
  • FIS accredited member
  • ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 registered

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