Safety Policy

Policy Statement

Safety Management (UK) Ltd recognises that the activities carried out whilst undertaking its functions have the potential to affect the Health and Safety of employees, contractors, customers, suppliers and the public. In accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and other relevant legislation, the company will as far as is reasonably practical make all necessary arrangements to provide;

Safety Management (UK) Ltd will also ensure that the policy is understood, implemented and maintained by all employees of Safety Management (UK) Ltd, and inform all employees and contractors of the potential effects of their activities, the control measures implemented and the employee’s obligation to prevent or reduce these effects.

To provide appropriate training and development for all employees to ensure they are competent to carry out their present and future functions.

Continual improvement in all areas of Health and Safety to prevent injury, and loss in both material and financial terms.

Comply with all relevant legislation, codes and standards issued, and adopt a proactive approach to anticipate future regulatory requirements.

Conduct all activities in such a way as to prevent injuries and ill health to employees, customers, and members of the public and minimise risk of incidents including property damage, fire, pollution and security.

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