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Statement of safety policy

The Health Safety & Welfare of our staff and those who may be affected by what we do is our highest priority. Legislation covers all business activities but operation in the construction industry is particularly well regulated.

Our policy, procedures, arrangements and monitoring program were developed specifically for our business by expert consultants (Delain Consultants). This documented system is contained within three volumes and is supplemented by various documents and databases that are an integral part of our management information system named IMIS. This forms the basis of how we achieve compliance. All firms employing more than 5 staff are required to have a policy statement and a Competent Person (CP). Our CP is John Bradstreet DipSM, FIIRSM and he is registered with OSHCR.

We are members of RoSPA and were members of the British Safety Council and achieved recognition in the form of their annual safety award for some 13 years. We hold third party accreditation with both CHAS & Safe Contractor. We are competent to deliver project works under CDM (Construction Design Management) Regulations. All our field staff receive specific health & safety training during induction and as part of an on-going programme, they are also required to pass the H&S assessment examination under the Construction Skills Certification Scheme every three years.

IMPULSE ENGINEERING Limited are aware of their general statutory obligations to ensure, so far as reasonably practicable the Health, Safety and Welfare at Work of all their employees and sub-contractors.  With this in mind the company will, so far as reasonably practicable:

  1. Provide adequate funds and resources and to place their health, safety and welfare in the highest category of management responsibility.
  2. To take all reasonable measures to prevent personal injury or illness through compliance with relevant statutory instruments, regulations and related Guidance Notes issued by the Health and Safety Executive, whom the company will liase with, as relevant, on particular health and safety issues which may affect the work.
  3. To promote safety awareness among all employees through providing information and safety training.
  4. To co-operate with employees to achieve the objectives of the safety policy.  In this connection it is stressed that it is the duty of each employee, while at work to take reasonable care of his own health and safety and for that of others who may be affected by his acts or omissions, and to co-operate with the Company to enable them to comply with the regulations.
  5. To provide for the effective planning organisation, control, monitoring and review of the preventive and protective measures arranged for the safe working within the Company.

In order to minimise personal injury and safeguard the health of employees and other persons, the Company aims to promote and maintain a high standard of safety by providing safe places of work, safe systems of working, personal protective equipment, information & consultation on all aspects of health, safety & welfare with all employees and by proper maintenance of all plant and equipment.

The Senior Management will keep this policy under review and make and revisions it deems necessary, from time to time.  All such revisions will be brought to the attention of its Employees.

Please read our Health & Safety Manual.

Eric D Newman
Managing Director