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HR and Health & Safety Services

Welcome, you have access to the above-mentioned services which include:


Telephone advice is available on ​01455 852037

Brief details of ​your services are provided below:

Telephone Advice

  • Unlimited access to qualified specialists
  • Just pick up the telephone ​- call us ​if you have questions or need help
  • Alternatively you can book a call back - via this web site (see menu on left)
  • You will receive friendly, down to earth and practical advice helping you every step of the way.

Online Reference Manual

  • A bank of hundreds of downloadable documents
  • Can be downloaded, edited and saved
  • You can download the documents as many times as you need

For instance:

In addition you have FREE access to the health and safety library with an option to purchase ChamberHS, thereby giving you access to a bank of hundreds of downloadable health and safety documents.


As a subscribing member you can upgrade for further support at preferential rates.  Please contact us at the Chamber

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