We have a written health and safety policy, which identifies our organisational structure, managers’ responsibilities and overall arrangements for health and safety. This ensures the health, safety and welfare of all our employees, as well as any other persons that may be affected by our activities.

From contract mobilisation, right through to running the contract, we consider all areas of health and safety to be a high priority. Prior to starting the contract, site-specific risk assessments are drawn up. All staff affected by these assessments then receive training from day one to ensure they are all aware of the requirements, enabling full compliance with our health and safety policy and all current health and safety legislation. COSHH assessments are also completed, along with any specific assessments that are required (such as ‘new & expectant mothers’, ‘manual handling’ and ‘working at height’)