Our company policy maintains that we adhere to a strict Health & Safety code of practice. A full risk assessment is available upon request detailing all hazards and risks associated with all equipment used by us at your event. All risks are re-evaluated at each event in question and decisions are then made with you the client and us, to decide whether existing precautions are adequate and the right control measures are in place.
A risk assessment is nothing more than a careful examination of what could cause harm to people. It reduces any dangers by weighing up whether enough precautions have been taken to reduce harm to you the client, and us the company. This simple common sense approach ensures that your event is a safe one.
At Royal Marquee Hire we only supply marquees of the highest quality that conform to all the necessary British and European Safety Standards. The manufacturer of all our standard marquees is a member of the Performance Textiles Association formally known as MUTA and certified ISO 9001 2000 by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).
- Our marquee structures are made of a high grade aluminium frame with no central pole or ropes
- Our PVC covers are UV stabilised, and are fire retardant to EU standards
- Our marquees are robust and can withstand wind speeds of up to 24 metres per second which is equivalent to 60 miles per hour
- Our installation teams are fully trained and briefed and any site specific risks are identified and outlined in the risk assessments and method statements
- All of our staff are equipped with Hard Hats, Fluorescent Jackets and Steel Toe Capped Boots for use in the appropriate situations
- Our marquees are regularly and properly cleaned and maintained after every hire
- Royal Marquee Hire are fully insured including public liability insurance to the value of £5million
Health & Safety Risk Assessments
To assist in drawing up the necessary risk assessments for an event, the following lists maybe useful. They are not intended to be all encompassing you can pick out the sections which may affect the event that you are planning. Grade all risks identified as High, Medium or Low. Obviously high risks should be eliminated prior to the event or alternatively it may be better to adopt a less risky option, prevent access to the hazard or reduce exposure to the hazard.
A risk assessment is carried out by the company on the erection of all structures and is documented.