It is the policy of Curson Carpentry Ltd to conduct its operations in a manner that will ensure the safety, health and welfare of its staff at work and others affected by its undertakings. This shall be implemented as far as is reasonable practicable and in accordance with relevant statutory requirements. Curson Carpentry Ltd is committed to abide by all relevant Safety Regulations, including The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 197 4, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulation 1999, Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, and the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
Paramount Health and Safety act as Health and Safety Consultants for Curson Carpentry Ltd.
The Managing Director, Contracts Manager designated supervisors and subcontractors have a responsibility to implement this policy by making arrangements and procedures to ensure safety at work, which are included in this document. Supplementary arrangements may also be raised at times for particular requirements.
All staff, including sub-contractors have a duty when at work to take reasonable care for their own health and safety, the health and safety of other members of staff and that of others who may be affected by their activities. All will be encouraged to play their part in the maintenance of safety and must abide by the procedures established. Training will be provided where necessary and information and instructions given as required.
Others employed by Curson Carpentry Ltd, including sub-contractors to perform work or give service, shall be equally bound to maintain health and safety in accordance with this policy. It is our policy to treat others with dignity and respect.
Curson Carpentry Ltd agrees to provide the necessary resources to provide for health and safety requirements and adopt a policy of continuous improvement for PAYE Employees. Sub-contractors will be required to provide and update their own health and safety training requirements
The effectiveness of this policy will be monitored, and this document will be reviewed at yearly intervals and when deemed necessary, including after legislation change, management change, following audit, accident, enforced action or a change in work methods