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Employees

Our employees follow the strictest health and safety standards

We offer further peace of mind with our ‘safety net guarantee’. This involves an initial assessment visit to your premises by our Operations Director. He then designs a management back-up and control system especially for your business. The managers and supervisors are then responsible for:

  • Correct implementation of safety policies, both yours and ours
  • Compliance with relevant legislation and approved codes of practice
  • Quality control including regular visits, monthly audits and site inspections
  • Liaison between you and us
  • Maintaining an up-to-date Communication Diary at each site

As part of our health and safety codes of practice we will also provide and maintain:

  • Safe machinery, equipment and materials
  • Safety warning signs and protective clothing
  • Training and supervision
  • Relevant health and safety and insurance documentation
  • A safe and healthy working environment

Equipment

All of our equipment has been tried and tested over the years by us to guarantee high levels of performance and reliability. It is regularly serviced by qualified service technicians to conform to the Electricity at Work regulations. It may be necessary to leave some equipment on your premises, but this will be agreed and included in your contract.

CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

Health and Safety Policy

National Britannia’s information service ‘Responseline ‘gives us information and advice on health and safety issues. A copy of our Accreditation Certificate and a full copy of our health and safety policy are given to you on request.

Our employees must 

  • Demonstrate expert use of all materials and equipment
  • Ensure all work is carried out securely in line with our stringent and comprehensive health and safety policy
  • Refrain from performing any action that may endanger themselves or others
  • Report any situation or practice that may be potentially hazardous

Our Health and Safety policy covers

  • Safety equipment and protective clothing
  • Correct methods of lifting
  • Use of electrical equipment
  • Machinery faults procedure
  • Cleaning materials (including Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994)
  • Fire regulations
  • First aid
  • Accident and injury reporting
  • Sharps procedure

Environmental Policy

Our environmental impact is an important concern for us and, where possible, we aim to exceed current legislation guidelines and, through our environmental policy;

  • Use products made from sustainable resources
  • Reduce waste products
  • Re-use and/or recycle waste
  • Minimise levels of harmful emissions
  • Buy products, materials and equipment from suppliers who share our concerns

All our teams are trained in environmental awareness and we review our performance regularly, making improvements whenever possible.

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