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Health and Safety / Fire consultancy services Framework

Health and Safety / Fire consultancy services Framework
  • Contract Notice

    2020/S 230-568427

  • Award Notice

    2021/S 000-000052

  • CPV Code

    71317210 Health and safety consultancy services
    71317200 Health and safety services
    71317100 Fire and explosion protection and control consultancy services
    71315200 Building consultancy services
    71315210 Building services consultancy services
    71317000 Hazard protection and control consultancy services
    71600000 Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services

  • NUTS Code


  • Duration

    4 years - Up to £50,000,000.00

  • Expiry Date

    January 2025

  • Direct Selection


  • Mini Competition

    Yes - 60% Quality / 40% Cost (10% +/- allowance)

  • Contract Type

    JCT, TPC or bespoke T&C's

  • Cost Model

    Predetermined Schedule of Rates

  • Access Fee



Designed to aid public sector organisations to reduce health and safety risks in the workplace, whilst providing best practice consultancy to manage efficient services internally.

Health and Safety / Fire consultants can provide day to day tasks including

Safety policies and procedures,
Auditing business processes,
Advising and guidance relating to health and safety practices,
Risk assessments

Services include:

• Policy creation and review – Deemed to create and write your health and safety policy or compliance audit process. Or review existing policies to ensure they are up-to-date and appropriate.
• Health and Safety Management – Outsourcing the role of your ‘competent health and safety person’ as required by law.
• Inspections – To carry out thorough Safety Audit Inspections and provide practical advice on achieving compliance.
• Audits – Conduct Health and Safety compliance Audit Inspections to verify that health and safety practices are correct.
• Risk Assessments – Estate and facility risk assessments and support with appropriate training. Includes Fire Risk Assessments, Workplace Risk Assessments, DSE Computer Workstation Assessment, HHRS
• Manuals – Creation of tailored health and safety manuals.
• Accident and incident recording, reporting and investigation
• Health and Safety Annual Report
• Asbestos Condition Surveys
• Legionella Water Risk Assessment
• Support in achieving ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 or ISO 45001

Next Steps

How to use this Framework?

Our simple step process allows for both Direct Selection or Mini-Competition. Further information can be found below. Please note that Clients may enter into a contract for any duration that best allows for the performance of the requirement to be achieved.

  • Direct selection

    With the direct selection method, you may select the Contractor who is ranked number 1, or any other Contractor/ Consultant on the following basis:

    • Where you have an existing relationship with the Contractor/ Consultant.
    • Where the Call Off has substantial similarities to a previous project the Contractor/ Consultant was involved with. (under this Framework Agreement or not)
    • For reasons of urgency, it is not reasonably practicable to award the Call-Off Contract by way of a Mini-Competition.
    • Capability Criteria determining that only one framework appointee is capable of carrying out the Call-Off Contract.
    • Where the Client is able to determine which Contractor/Consultant will provide it with the most economically advantageous offer.
    • Where the Contractor/Consultant has introduced the site.

    To proceed with a Direct Selection please click on the tab below

  • Mini competition

    Our Mini-Competition process lets you expand beyond the framework’s original specification to meet your specific requirements. The framework partners from the relevant lot are invited to tender (where capable). This process typically takes 2-4 weeks. The capability criteria can be defined by the following:

    • The Contractor’s capability to carry out a project of the size and complexity of the proposed project;’
    • The Contractor’s capability to carry out works and services in the locality of the proposed project;
    • The Contractor’s capability to carry out projects involving the type of construction that the proposed project involves
    • The Contractor’s financial stability and standing;
    • The insurances held by the Contractor;
    • The Contractor’s health and safety record;The Contractor’s capacity, taking into account the value of Works and Services already awarded to it under the Framework Agreement;
    • The volume of work (as a percentage of its total turnover) that the Contractor is currently carrying out for the Authorised User in question;
    • The Contractor’s performance against KPIs on current or previous Call Off Contracts awarded to it under the Framework Agreement;
    • The Contractor’s willingness to work at risk on the project (as may be evidenced by examples of previous occasions where it has done so);

To proceed with a Mini Competition please click on the Mini Competition Tab below,

Call-off Forms (E-Sign)

ProcurePublic has simplified the call-off process to 4 steps allowing you access to our framework within minutes. The 4 steps include E-sign and details (or guidance) can be found below; alternatively, you can choose mini-competition.

Mini Competition

ProcurePublic’s Mini competition procedure is useful where clients feel that the terms laid down in the framework agreement are not precise or complete enough for the particular call off. The 2006/2015 Regulations do not specify how a mini-competition should be run, therefore ProcurePublic has set out its procedure in the document below.

PP Mini Competition Procedure

ProcurePublic has also included a Mini Competition template that clients may wish to use. Please note that this document has a separate password that is obtainable through the live chat function.

Mini Tender Template

To proceed and use the Framework, please complete the Joining Agreement found below.