Main Services Offered

1. Quality Management

Services Under Quality Management Include:


  • Designing and implementing policies, quality management systems and accompanying manuals (stand-alone or integrated with other business systems)
  • Designing and implementing quality plans, inspection and test plans as well as work procedures to ensure product realization to a specified standard
  • Monitoring and review through compliance auditing done by qualified and certified lead auditors
  • Assisting with, review of or conduct of non-product conformance analysis to determine active failures, contributing latent conditions and systemic omission and oversight (no blame methodology).

  • 2. Business Planning, Coaching and Mentoring

    Our services in this area are both individual and group based to make sure each client gets the very best out of it. We offer positive support, constructive feedback and advice from a personal to a group range.

    3. Education and Training

    Education

    In today’s world, nothing stays the same; everything is in a state of flux. Every individual, business or corporation must be ready to switch strategies and game plans whenever it is necessary. Thus, you and your team need the vital quality of flexibility – the ability to bond and flow with change. Equipping you with such vital skills is our expertise.

    Defensive Driving

    A large number of road accidents are due to causes that are preventable. With just the right tactics on the road, you can prevent huge loses for your company and be able to take good management and control of your fleet. Our experienced team can help you achieve that and more.


    4. Environmental Management

    Services in Environmental Management include:


  • Designing of policy and environmental management systems
  • Facilitation of statutory environmental impact studies
  • Designing and implementing project environmental management plans based on environmental impact studies
  • Undertaking and documenting of impact analysis and evaluation in circumstances where environmental impact studies is not a statutory requirement
  • Designing and implementing environmental impact emergency management and disaster recovery plans
  • Designing and implementing business and action plans
  • Analysis of non-conformances arising out of audit activity; and assistance with, review of or conduct of environmental incident investigations to determine active failures, contributing latent conditions and systemic omission and oversight.
  • “Your business is probably increasingly concerned with achieving and demonstrating sound environmental performance by controlling the impacts of your activities.”


    5. Work Health and Safety

    The effective management of work health and safety should primarily lead to a reduction in illness and injury followed by the sustainment of such reductions. Such an outcome often results in cost saving, higher profits and a motivated workforce that yields more product of a higher quality. Our services on work health and safe include:

  • Designing and implementing policy and work health and safety management systems (stand-alone or integrated with other business systems)
  • Designing and implementing statutory (construction) management plans and safe work method statements for high-risk construction work
  • Designing and implementing safe work and standard operating procedures
  • Designing and implementing emergency management and disaster recovery plans
  • Designing and implementing statutory building fire and evacuation plans
  • Designing and implementing project traffic management plans
  • Designing and implementing business and action plans for the implementation of work health and safety management systems and risk controls and barriers
  • Provision of active technical advice and guidance including ongoing telephone and email support
  • Provision of ad hoc, periodic, short or long term on- site safety professionals and practitioners
  • Monitoring and review through compliance auditing by qualified and certified lead auditors
  • Analysis of non-conformances arising out of audit activity; and accident and incident investigations to determine active failures, contributing latent conditions and systemic omission and oversight
  • Contractor pre-qualification and on-going management
  • Designing and implementing behavioral / cultural change programs
  • Education, training, coaching and mentoring
  • Designing and implementing employee induction programs

  • 6. Disaster Risk Response

    Reducing underlying risk factors involves, among other things, improving building safety and the protection of critical lifeline infrastructure, sustainable management of the environment and natural resources and aligning disaster risk reduction to climate change adaptation. It aims at increasing the resilience of the poor and most vulnerable to disasters and is the responsibility of government, communities, civil society organizations, development partners and other stakeholders at all levels.

    A number of policies, regulations and frameworks aimed at reducing disaster risks have been developed. However, there is laxity in enforcement which leads to increased risks. Most ongoing DRR activities are supported by short term funding arrangements and thus su¬ffer from lack of continuity. Since disaster risk assessment is not adequately conducted, it is not taken into account in land use planning and zoning especially in rural areas. As such, people are still living in high risk areas. In some cases, communities have opted to remain in risky areas because of cultural and heritage issues. In addition, many households do not have adequate resources to invest in risk reduction measures by themselves, including financial risk sharing and livelihoods diversification.

    From this background, Lifesave has developed a policy on disaster risk management, Lifesave had developed a policy. The policy statements are stated below:

    Pilicy Statements


  • The policy will ensure the promotion of sustainable and long-term community-based disaster risk reduction measures.
  • The policy will ensure the promotion of good land use planning and management and sound construction of infrastructure.
  • The policy will ensure the identfication and implementation of long lasting solutions to floods and other disasters including considering the issue of relocation
  • Strengthening preparedness capacity for effective response and recovery.
  • Lifesave will ensure that all stakeholders perform their roles and responsibilities and follow standard emergency operating procedures as outlined in the Operational Guidelines for Disaster Risk Management.
  • Lifesave will ensure that funds are made available to ministries, departments, as well as city, municipal, towns and district councils for disaster response and recovery operations.
  • Lifesave will ensure that there is timely provision of appropriate relief assistance to people affected by disasters.
  • Lifesave will ensure that recovery programmes that incorporate disaster risk reduction are developed and implemented.
  • Lifesave will ensure that the rights of people affected by disasters are respected at all times; and.
  • Lifesave will ensure that mechanisms are put in place for the receipt and accounting of international assistance during disasters.
  • Lifesave will ensure that emergency operations centres are established.
  • Implementation Arrangements
  • Due to the cross cutting nature of disaster risk management, the policy will be implemented by a wide range of stakeholders at all levels. The institutional arrangement outlined in this policy only covers stakeholders that play key roles and responsibilities in disaster risk management in the country. To guide the implementation, an implementation plan has been provided that will be coordinated by the DoDRMA and closely monitored by relevant stakeholders at all levels.

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