Activity Calendar HSEQ (H&S, Food Safety, Environment & Quality)

The HSEQ Activity Calendar is a tool to assist Site Managers in the planning of audit schedules, reviews of risk assessments and other important HSE activities.


- Enter the Unit Name Enter the month that the Activity Calendar is to commence. This may be the Unit opening date or when there is a change of manager, who may wish to start a new planned Activity Calendar

- Shade in the top half of the box in the month(s) when the activity is planned Initial the bottom half of the box in the month when the activity has been completed

- Use the blank rows to enter and plan any activities in your Unit not covered by the Calendar

- A new activity calendar should be commenced annually

Download the HSEQ Activity Calendar



Asbestos - Control at Work Policy

To enable Compass Group UK & Ireland to identify and manage the risks associated with asbestos in the workplace.

To find out more, open or download the full Guidance here.

Additional Information/Templates:

Download an example of a suitable letter template that you can use to send to your Client to obtain information about the management of asbestos.

If you want to know more about Asbestos Surveys, please contact your HSE Manager.

External Guidance:

Health & Safety Executive guidance document: A Short Guide to Managing Asbestos in Premises

Asbestos Management For Facilities Management (Technical Services)

Compass Group are not licensed under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 to undertake controllable works. Non-licensable works on Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM's) may only be undertaken by competent employees under the following circumstances:

- Explicit written consent from the Managing Director of the Compass Business Group;
- Full competency can be demonstrated by the operating team, including asbestos awareness training.;
- Work is undertaken in accordance with the guidance on the Compass UK&I HSE Management System.

The HSE license contractors whose work involves significant exposure to ACM's. They do this as part of a permissioning regime. Such regimes as asbestos licensing are only considered where the work activities involve significant hazard, risk or public concern.

Additional Information

HS 2.18 Asbestos Management
Asbestos Management Plan
Asbestos Priority assessment

External Guidance

Go to the Health and Safety Executive's website where you will find further guidance and useful information on Asbestos.

Authority To Work

The Compass UK&I Authority to Work (ATW) process is a formal written procedure used to control works conducted by contractors and third parties that have been identified as requiring operational controls.

Additional information:

Authority to Work Procedure
Authority to Work Flow Chart
10 Point Works Approval Checklist
Monitoring Checklist
Contractors Passport