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Quality Compliance Systems and Napthens agree health & safety partnership

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Quality Compliance Systems (QCS), the UK’s leading provider of content, guidance and standards for the social care sector, has further enhanced its health & safety compliance credentials by agreeing a long-term partnership with Napthens Health and Safety.

The agreement, which was forged this week, is an extension of a fruitful strategic relationship struck between QCS and Napthens, which has seen Napthens provide support and expert advice to QCS’s employment law policy team.

In the same way, Napthens Health and Safety will strengthen QCS’s health & safety capability by reviewing all H&S content, which not only covers policies and procedures, but includes risk assessments, audits and check-lists. Napthens Health and Safety will also assist QCS by producing cutting-edge video and audio H&S tools.

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Philippa Shirtcliffe, QCS’s Head of Care Quality, (pictured) said: “We’re delighted to be working alongside Napthens Health and Safety. We already have a very strong health & safety policy writing team but Brexit, the Grenfell disaster and the COVID-19 pandemic have brought about profound and irrevocable change, which is likely to have a significant impact on health & safety regulation for the social care sector.

“Going forward, Napthens Health and Safety’s specialist skillset will add an exciting new dimension to our team, which will enable us to continue producing specially curated content, guidance and standards that our customers so badly need.”

Chris Walker, Head of Health and Safety at Napthens, added: “The partnership that we have forged with QCS is very exciting. Our primary goal is to ensure that the H&S advice we offer is not just legally compliant and up-to-date, but is practical and workable on a number of different levels. That means working with QCS to create tailored policies, risk assessments, blogs and e-learning resources that can be easily understood and implemented by managers, administrators, frontline workers and service users.”

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