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Leisure Repair (The Firm) accepts its legal responsibilities under the Health and Safety legislation and Codes of Practice, and gives its full commitment to doing everything that is reasonably practical to protect the safety, health and welfare of all its employees, and any other persons whose health and safety may be affected by the Firm's business. The promotion of health and safety measures is a mutual objective for Leisure Repair and for its employees at all levels.
The Firm recognises its obligations to its staff and customers and seeks to ensure the effective prevention of risks and the establishment and maintenance of contingency arrangements. In doing so, the support of all employees is needed in avoiding accidents and ill health and its associated cost and disruption. All employees are reminded of their personal legal responsibilities, particularly under Section 7 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, and asked to do everything to prevent injury to themselves and to others.
Leisure Repair and its employees undertake to abide by the safety rules of all sites they are attending. The firm undertakes to provide the appropriate safety clothing and equipment as required. Financial, human and other resources will be made available to ensure the effective implementation of this policy, and procedures will be established to monitor health and safety performance and ensure good communication and co-ordination.
It is the policy of the Firm to use all reasonable endeavours within its powers and as far as is reasonably practicable:
1.1 - to provide and maintain machinery, equipment and systems of work that are safe and without risk to health;
1.2 - to ensure safety and absence of risks to health in connection with the use, handling, storage, and transport of articles and substances;
1.3 - to provide such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure the health and safety at work of employees;
1.4 - to progressively identify and assess all risks, and their elimination or control;
1.5 - to establish, maintain and develop arrangements for effective consultation with staff on health and safety;
1.6 - to ensure that the responsibilities of management are clearly assigned levels and that their roles are defined;
1.7 - to recognise the link between efficiency and health and safety, and to minimise the costs, losses and disruption which arise from accidents, ill health and dangerous occurrences;
1.8 - to ensure that employees are aware that they are required to work safely and to co-operate with managers in all matters which affect their health and safety at work;
1.9 - to ensure that employees comply with the health and safety rules of sites, clubs and other premises we may visit;
This policy statement will be continually monitored, and updated as and when necessary.
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