Health & Saftey

It is the duty of all park operators to ensure that working activities do not harm its employees, contractors, holiday home owners or members of the public.


Your park is morally, legally and financially obliged in these matters. Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, UK law requires that – ‘all employers and self-employed persons have a duty of care regarding the health and safety of their employees’. The General Hygiene Regulations require restaurants to complete a risk assessment, ‘using the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)’.


Accidents on a holiday park could lead to serious injury, or even death. It would be morally wrong to sacrifice human health to benefit incomes and profits. The maximum punishment for health & safety breaches are unlimited fines or even imprisonment at their highest level. All of this can be very daunting for the new park owner.


Our Health & Safety advisors have been NEBOSHtrained and will work with you to ensure your holiday park is compliant with all aspects of Health & Safety. From risk assessments, COSHH risk assessments, checks, and procedures along with all aspects of conformity. They will even produce documentation as required to help ensure your holiday park conforms to Health & Safety legislation.