While few companies request health and safety policies, risk assessments or method statements from suppliers, at h2o, we work tirelessly to ensure you consistently fulfil your legal obligations.

The Work at Height Regulations (WHR 2005) makes duty holders – those responsible for controlling the work of others – responsible for ensuring onsite work complies with the rules. So if your chosen window cleaner is non-compliant, as a building owner, facilities or contract manager, you and your organisation could face prosecution.

That's why it makes perfect sense to select h2o. We undergo regular audits on our health and safety compliance and procedures. Our window cleaning technologies also remove the need for potentially dangerous ladders and costly high-access equipment. Using the world-leading Reach and Wash Pro-7 Thermo Pure System, our window cleaning teams clean buildings up to six floors high from the safety of the ground with 'Ergo-Lite' water-fed poles.

To find out more about our approach to health and safety, please click the links above.

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