Health & Safety Management Policy
It is the Policy SMC Premier Group Limited (thereafter known as the Company) to comply with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and all associated enabling legislation by taking all the necessary measures to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all employees and third parties who may be affected by the company’s activities. It is the Company policy to provide adequate resources and funding, and to employ competent persons to meet the Company commitment to health & safety. All levels of management will actively promote and support this health & safety policy to ensure effective organisation and arrangements for its implementation.
The Company recognises the responsibilities as an employer to undertake all that is reasonably practicable to:
- Provide and maintain a safe working environment for employees without risk to health. • Ensure plant and equipment provided is safe to use and ensure safe systems of operation are provided.
- Ensure all articles and substances have been assessed prior to use, stored, and used safely. • Ensure the co-operation and co-ordination with other employees, contractors and the self employed.
- Plan all work to ensure that Company work sites and activities are adequately prepared and resourced.
- Provide adequate safety information, supervision, and training.
- Provide suitable and sufficient welfare facilities.
- Monitor and regularly review the performance of activities against this policy. • Appoint employees with due regard for their capabilities to carry out the work. • Ensure all Company employees fully cooperate and support this policy.
- Consult with employees on the health, safety, and welfare matters.
- Seek external health & safety advice as necessary, to enable the Company to comply with statutory legislation.
- Give due consideration to any adverse impact of the Company’s activities on the environment.
- Review the effectiveness of this Policy at least every 12 months, or on when significant change of our activities or new/ amended legislation must be considered.
Reviewed: 6th November 2020