Health and Safety Policy

Health and Safety Policy

General statement
PSP Group will comply to responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant safety
legislation with regards to its employees and others when undertaking project management consultancy
services across the rail, power, transportation, infrastructure and utilities sectors.
Aims and objectives
It is PSP Groups policy to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions, equipment and systems of
work for all employees. We also accept our responsibility for the health and safety of other people who may be
affected by our activities and will act positively where possible, to prevent injury, ill health, damage and loss to
both property and the environment arising from our services.

Therefore, the company accepts the responsibility: –
1) To provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions on their premises taking account of
relevant statutory requirements and ensure that all employees are aware of their responsibilities with
regards to health and safety in the working environment.
2) To foster an interest in Health & Safety throughout the company’s activities and consolidate this into a
constant awareness and responsibility for these matters at work and for management to set an example
in safe behaviour.
3) To provide such training as may be relevant to their operations to assist employees at all levels to
perform their work safely and efficiently.
4) To make available such safety devices and protective equipment as may be appropriate and to secure
the supervision of their use.
5) The company will actively carry out risk assessments of all aspects of the business.
6) See that all new Company or legal instruction in respect of Health & Safety is communicated to all
employees, keeping them abreast of standards, codes of practice and relevant statutory provisions.
7) To establish and regularly review objectives and legal obligations to continually improve safe systems
of work.
8) To ensure participation and consultation of workers takes place in evaluating of the Health and safety
system and its continual improvement.

Employees of the company have a duty to co-operate in this objective: –
1) By working in a safe and efficient manner with regard to not only their own safety but also that of
others who may be affected by their acts or omissions.
2) By properly using safety devices and protective equipment provided and by meeting statutory
3) By reporting any incident that has or could have caused injury or damage and follow the correct
accident reporting procedure.
4) By co-operating in the investigation of accidents with the object of introducing measures to minimise
the possibility of recurrence.
5) By adhering to company procedures and observing instructions designed to contribute to the
protection of health and safety.
6) Discussion about Health & Safety and accident prevention will be encouraged at all levels. To this end
safety meetings will be held on a regular basis.
7) When working in clients’ offices, PSP staff will familiarise themselves with the Health and Safety Policy
relevant to clients’ premises and follow their guidelines.
8)When working from home, PSP staff will familiarise themselves with the Working from Home policy
and follow the relevant guidelines.
9) All PSP Group Staff have a responsibility to comply with the Fire Safety Policy. This will include,
but not be limited to making themselves familiar with the fire safety plans and procedures of
any building they work in and company they are sub-contracted to, observing all instructions,
information and training intended to secure fire safety; co-operating with the Fire Safety
Officer on all matters relevant to fire safety; not interfering with any building fabric or
equipment provided in connection with assuring fire safety and reporting any obvious defects
or short-comings to the Fire Safety Officer.

NB. Failure to comply with the requirements of this policy could result in disciplinary action being taken.

This statement of health & safety policy meets the requirements of BS EN ISO 45001: 2018 and is communicated to all employees.

The Directors have full responsibility and authority relating to Health and Safety obligations.

Signed: Name and Position:  Date: Review Date:

Oliver Wade DIRECTOR

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