Health and Safety Policy
TROPHY RECRUITMENT GENERAL POLICY STATEMENT
Trophy Recruitment fully accepts its obligations to operate in accordance with all current health and safety legislation and codes of practise. This statement of intent, the Health and Safety Policy Arrangements, and other detailed documentation are provided for the information and guidance of all Trophy Recruitment employees and contractors. We encourage all employees and contractors to become acquainted with the pertinent material. We are committed to prioritising health, safety, and welfare issues, and adequate resources and funds have been made available to support the actions and initiatives developed to improve safety standards.
Our safety objectives have been established, and our performance will be measured against them. We intend to take all reasonable measures to conduct our works and business activities in such a way as to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of all our employees, clients, visitors, and all other persons affected by our business activities, and we will strive to:
- Control the Health and Safety hazards and risks that arise from our work activities.
- Consult with our employees on issues pertaining to their health and safety.
- Maintain and provide safe plant and equipment.
- Provide all employees with information, instruction, training, and supervision.
- Ensure that all employees are properly trained and competent to perform their duties.
- Prevent accidents and cases of occupational illness.
- Maintain a healthy and safe working environment. To meet our Health and Safety requirements, adhere to industry best practises.
- Provide adequate resources for Health, Safety, and Welfare at all levels of the organisation.
- Create a positive culture of health and safety.
- At regular intervals, review and revise this policy as needed.
- Comply in full with our legal obligations under the HASAW etc Act 1974, the CDM 2015 Regulations, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, and all other relevant legislation.
The policy documents will be reviewed at least once a year. Every employee should understand the contents of the documents, and every employee has a responsibility to recommend revisions as needed to ensure continuous improvements in health, safety, and welfare standards.
Finally, I request that all employees share responsibility for their own safety, as well as the safety of their colleagues and any third parties who may be affected by their work.
ORGANIZATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SAFE WORKPLACES
The effectiveness of the Safety Policy is dependent on the people who are in charge of ensuring that all aspects of work are done safely and with the least amount of risk to health.
Trophy Recruitment will ensure that this Policy is followed by all employees and visitors to their premises. Trophy Recruitment has a management structure, as outlined in the Health and Safety organisation chart, to accomplish this, with individual responsibilities detailed on the following pages.
ORGANISATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SAFE WORKPLACES
The Safety Policy’s effectiveness is dependent on those in charge of ensuring that all aspects of work are completed safely and with the least amount of risk to health.
Trophy Recruitment will ensure that all employees and visitors to their premises follow this Policy. Trophy Recruitment has a management structure in place to accomplish this, as shown in the Health and Safety organisation chart, with individual responsibilities detailed on the following pages.
Trophy Recruitment has produced the following statement in accordance with its duty under Section 2 (3) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, and in fulfilling its obligations to employees, visitors, neighbours, contractors, and the general public who may be affected by our activities, which include the design of contract lifts, maintenance of lifting equipment, undertaking of lifting operations, and the supply of competent lifting operations personnel.
Our general policy statement is as follows:
- Conformity with current legislation
- To maintain adequate control over the health and safety risks associated with our work activities.
- Consultation with employees on issues concerning their health and safety at work
workplace first aid and welfare facilities must be adequate.
- To minimise waste and the prevention of contamination.
- To provide and maintain safe plant and equipment.
- To provide employees with adequate information, instruction, and supervision.
- To ensure that employees are competent to perform their duties and to provide them with training.
- To ensure that substances are handled and used safely.
- To prevent accidents and incidents on site cases.
All documentation is classified as formal, such as our procedures, forms, and so on, or informal, such as letters, feedback, and so on.
Our Document Control Procedure applies to all formal documentation. Before use, all documents are reviewed and approved for adequacy; as they are reviewed and updated, the issue status and date are changed, and the old document is identified as obsolete.
Changes in the management structure or the introduction of new processes may necessitate amendments or additions to the documentation.
Any external documents deemed necessary for the Quality Management System have been obtained, or access to them has been arranged as needed, for example, through an external consultant.
Records are created and maintained to demonstrate compliance with system requirements.
We have developed a procedure that specifies the controls required for identification, storage, and protection.
The records are: a) identifiable; b) retrievable; c) legitimate; and d) secure.