Salisbury Group (consisting of ‘Salisbury Workplace Services Ltd’, ‘Salisbury Integrated Services Ltd’, and ‘Salisbury Security Services Ltd’) provides high quality facilities management (including engineering, security, cleaning and energy) services to our clients within the UK. We recognise that the health, safety and the well-being of our employees, customers, contractors and visitors is critical to our continued success.
We also recognise that maintaining a high standard of health and safety generally not only provides legal and financial assurance but that it is ethically the right thing to do.
To comply with the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act (1974) and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999), Salisbury operates a systematic approach to the identification of hazards and the management of risk within its operations. We, through our management systems, will ensure statutory compliance is maintained as a minimum standard and our continual improvement programme, aligned to specific health and safety objectives, will keep the company at the forefront of health and safety management. We will identify and manage hazards through suitable risk management and will maintain a proactive approach to health and safety with adequate resources provided. We assign responsibility throughout the management chain for the implementation of our health and safety management system, by ensuring we have competent people to undertake their duties. A competent team, led by the QSHEC Director, ensures that our management system is reviewed for effectiveness, updated for improvement, and audited for compliance at both site and corporate level.
Salisbury consults and communicates with its employees on health and safety matters, and will provide its people with appropriate training to ensure that they can undertake their responsibilities in a safe, healthy and effective manner. In turn, Salisbury expects every employee to undertake their role in a safe and healthy manner.
The senior management team recognises that accidents, incidents and ill health are undesirable effects of systemic or management failure, and we shall make every attempt, through our risk management system, to eliminate all such occurrences from our operations. Where accidents, incidents and significant near misses do occur, we will report and investigate these events to reduce future risk to our people.
The senior executive responsible for health and safety will, through the QSHEC Director, review this policy as part of the management review process and provide a written report on health and safety performance to the board of directors. Changes made to this Policy will be communicated to all employees as required and this policy will also be available on our website.
Chief Executive Officer
Date: January 2018
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