The Directors of J A Stott (Carpentry) Ltd fully accept their responsibilities to their employees and will endeavour; so far as is reasonably practicable, their health, safety and welfare while at work. These responsibilities are extended to any other persons who may be affected by the company’s operations.
This policy has been created to protect the employees and to endeavour that J A Stott (Carpentry) Ltd operations are not put at risk. But in order to make this policy successful, they depend on the co-operation of all employees.
It is the duty of all employees to comply with the safety policy at all times and to act responsibly and do everything that they can to prevent injury to themselves, other employees and the public at large.
To that end where the use or operation of equipment or method of work constitutes a danger to the employee or another person, or where site conditions constitute a danger to the employee, or any concerns that they have carrying out a task that they feel is unsafe. It is the employee’s right to refuse to work.
Bona fide cases of refusal to work on the grounds of health & Safety will be free from disciplinary action or discrimination
The following flow chart details our Worksafe Process:
The Directors of the company will monitor and review the operation of this statement on an annual basis to endeavour that it remains relevant and appropriate to the company and will make available the statement in prominent positions in the offices and workplace for inspection by all employees and other interested parties.
Name: John Kane
Position: Construction Director
Date: 22/01/20January 2020