Hammerson.

Where more happens.

Each year, Hammerson welcomes 280 million visitors to its portfolio of shopping centres in the UK and France, which includes internationally recognised destinations such as the Bullring, Birmingham and Brent Cross, London.  Our European portfolio of prime shopping centres and convenient retail parks combines flexible retail space, world-class architecture and technology to create venues in which international and emerging retailers thrive and places where shoppers want to be.

Hammerson is a long term investor and is currently progressing some of the largest retail developments in the UK.  By utilising innovative design and best practice in terms of both construction and operational sustainability, Hammerson is able to ensure it delivers thriving and vibrant destinations that create lasting positive impacts in the areas where they operate.

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Risk Assessments must be written by the company responsible for the activity. The risk assessment needs to cover set up, customer interface and de-rig. A risk assessment provided for installation is fine, but often the greater risk is what takes place when visitors walk through the doors. Risk assessments should be specific to the activity and to your centre; generic risk assessments or blanket health and safety policies can never be comprehensive.

 

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Prior to being given site access, you will need to provide a brief outlining the nature and key features of your planned activity. This should include a visual, and you will need to provide the following information on the Hammerson Space Booking System:

  • Client and company information, including address and contact details
  • Invoice details
  • Name and contact details of supervisor or event manager who will be on site
  • Payment information
  • Booking details, including H&S documentation (to be supplied in advance of the commencement date)
  • Activity and logistics information

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You must provide a completed Fire Risk Assessment form before making any bookings.

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Each tenant must demonstrate they have considered the risk of health, safety, fire and electrical hazards and provide control measures / method statements to confirm how they will remove or reduce risks to the lowest level as far as is reasonably practicable.

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Risk Assessments must be written by the company responsible for the activity. The risk assessment needs to cover set up, customer interface and de-rig. A risk assessment provided for installation is fine, but often the greater risk is what takes place when visitors walk through the doors. Risk assessments should be specific to the activity and to your centre; generic risk assessments or blanket health and safety policies can never be comprehensive.