Thames Valley Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the Thames Valley area covered by the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire - an area of 2200 sq. miles and with a population of 2.1 million. It has around 4000 policeofficers and 4000 police staff.

Since 1997, our consultants have worked with Thames Valley Police (TVP) to deliver a variety of consulting and training solutions.

What AllSafe has done:

In a relationship lasting over 20 years, our consulting assignments have included reviews and surveys for TVP's insurers, and assistance with developing H&S risk assessments covering all areas of this modern policing organisation.

Ongoing H&S training:

Our training has included IOSH Directing Safely for the Chief Constable's Management Team (CCMT) and IOSH Managing Safely for inspectors, sergeants, managers and supervisors.

We are the current providers of TVP training courses HSA8 and HSA21.


PetroSkills was founded by Shell and BP, and today has grown to become the leading competency development partner of the global energy, oil and gas industry.

Based in Houston, Texas and operating worldwide, PetroSkills delivers  skills development from the oil field to the refinery, including HSE.

PetroSkills HSE was founded with our MD, Stephen Asbury, in 2006 and has developed over 20 courses from awareness to professional levels. Over 10,000 have attended those courses since then.

What we did:

Working with members' curriculum advisers, HSE courses were developed to match specific competency requirements.

The Clansman Group of case studies was developed to provide an in-class platform which supports participants to test their new skills in a safe and controlled environment.

What we do now:

Stephen Asbury and the AllSafe team lead HSE classes for PetroSkills member companies and their international clients.

Our current largest assignment is with energy giant Saudi Aramco, where we teach HSE-MS classes to Production Engineers and ISO 14001 classes to facility Environmental Co-ordinators.

ISO 45001

On 15 March 2018, ISO published its new standard for occupational health and safety management systems, called ISO 45001:2018. It will help organizations of all types to organise their approach to OH&S and deliver improvements in employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions. It replaced OHSAS 18001 on publication.


Founded in 2005 in Montreal and operating worldwide, PECB is an approved certification body for people, organisations, products and services.

Including the AllSafe team, PECB offers over 400 trainers and auditors authorised to ISO 17021, ISO 17024 and ISO 17065 for certifications to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001.


We've assisted clients all over the world to develop (and where required, to certify) ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and other HSE management  systems.

AllSafe is a partner of global standards and certification body PECB, the Professional Evaluation and Certification Board.

Our most-exciting current HSE-MS assignment is assisting a Formula 1 team to implement ISO 45001:2018.

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External, retained and interim expertise for organisations which demand the highest standards of HSE performance.

With over 30 years' experience, we are proven specialists in developing and implementing HSE management systems, training and delivering consultancy solutions.

We're pleased to support the BLOODHOUND Project, the international engineering adventure focussed on a 1,000mph World Land Speed Record attempt. The supersonic car is being built in Bristol, and after 200mph tests in 2017, will later travel to Hakskeen Pan in South Africa to challenge for the record (currently 763mph, set in 1997).

AllSafe Group's logo will be carried on the supersonic car throughout, and we send driver Wing Commander Andy Green and his team our best wishes for a successful and safe result.