The Company’s policy is to comply with the terms of any applicable legislation or local authority conditions to provide and maintain and safe and healthy environment for its employees. The objective of the health and safety policy is to minimise accidents or situations which might endanger the health, safety or welfare of any and all persons in connection with the Company’s business.
The Company recognises that it is responsible for ensuring so far as is reasonably practicable the health and safety and welfare at work for its employees. It will only be possible for the Company to comply with these obligations if both its employees and any clients or other affected third parties understand that they are under a duty to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and any others who may be affected by their acts or omissions and that they are required to cooperate with the Company to enable the Company to perform its obligations.
This includes working to the Company’s rules, following safe systems of work, using appropriate personal protective equipment and drawing any matters of concern to the attention of the management.
Any and all equipment provided by the Company is to be kept in good working order and should only be used for the purpose for which they were intended. Any defects in equipment should be reported to the management at the earliest opportunity.
All employees should familiarise themselves with the procedures to be followed in the event of a fire or similar emergency at the premises where they are working.
Any incident which results in an injury must be reported in writing to the management.
Any employee found, or suspected to be, under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be suspended and subject to the Company’s disciplinary procedures.
Smoking is prohibited at all times during the working day.