Health and Safety
The purpose of this statement is to encourage ownership, commitment and adherence to all levels of the business and provide a framework for establishing and reviewing Health and Safety objectives appropriate to the strategy of the company. Geo-Info’s Management Board recognises, and is fully committed to, its legal and moral Health and Safety obligations. More than this, it recognises that effective Health and Safety management is not 'common sense' but is based on a common understanding of risks and how to control them, brought about through good management. The development of a positive company-wide safety culture is essential to continued success. Therefore, as an integral part of its business process Geo-Info Ltd will:
- Adhere to EU directives, regulations and promote best practice by developing and implementing company strategies, policies and processes that will help us to manage our responsibilities. This will be achieved by appointing designated persons directly within the Company and also by utilizing the services of external specialists and professional bodies.
- Give high regard to employees, visitors, suppliers, customers and members of the public, the general environment and those others who may be affected by our activities, both within Geo-Info Ltd premises and at customer locations.
- Demonstrate top level commitment to this policy by documenting within this policy the duties of each individual and their responsibilities. Ensuring Health and Safety is represented at board level and is included as an agenda item.
- Comply with any statutory and common law duty to provide insurance against liability for death, injury or disease suffered by any employee arising out of and in the course of employment.
- Ensure that employees agree as part of their contract of employment, to comply with their individual duties under the law. Failure to comply with Health and Safety duties, regulations, local procedures etc will be regarded as a serious breach and may lead to disciplinary action being taken. At all times work, Geo-Info will work collaboratively with Union representatives and communicate initiatives and improvements through them to staff and customers alike.
- In accordance with Article 9 of the Framework Directive and national laws/regulations such as the Reporting of Diseases Dangerous Occurrence Regulations 1995 (As amended); implement a system for the recording and reporting of accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences to the national responsible authority (HSE in the UK). This is in addition to our statutory duty to provide an accident book.
- Aim for continual improvement in the performance of the health and safety management system.
- Review the health and safety policy annually or at the time of any significant change.
If you have any concerns about health and safety at Geo-Info. Please fill out this concern form.
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