One year’s worth of visits by a fire safety contractor to perform fire alarm tests can cost upwards of £1200+VAT per school.
iAM Compliant’s ‘How to’ guides will train your existing site staff to perform this task themselves as well as reminding them when these are due.
A half day workplace safety training course for one member of staff can cost £150 + VAT.
iAM Compliant’s online health and safety library is free and unlimited to all staff members.
An external health and safety consultant can charge hundreds of pounds to provide your business or school with a set amount of risk assessments.
iAM Compliant’s risk assessment module has a complete set of prebuilt risk assessments tailored for a range of common tasks within schools; you can select one to use, or build your own.
Keeping records and audits of premises compliance and staff training requires administration staff, a lot of time and space to store paper records.
iAM Compliant saves you from admin headaches or stress by storing all records within your account, with a real time instant reporting system.
Everyone starts with a basic account – free for 1 user.
This includes the complete premises compliance toolkit, incident and accident reporting, personalised audits and risk assessments, fire safety training, how-to video guides and much more.
When you decide to move onto a paid plan, you will experience increased functionality; most notably in user numbers, document sharing and access to our extensive eLearning library.
Head of Finance, Business and Administration, Brimsham Green School
“The most important impact iAM Compliant has made on the school is that it gives our managers, our premises team and our governors, surety that we’re doing the right things at the right time and that we’ve done it in the most cost-effective way.”
Headteacher, Hanham Primary Federation
“The reason we like using iAM Compliant is that it gives us all of the guidance, recording and support for our compliance issues - all in one place. It allows me to just get on with being the Headteacher of my school.”