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Occupational Health and Safety Policy


This policy recognises that the health and safety of all employees, contractors and visitors within the our premises is the responsibility of the of Management.   In fulfilling this responsibility, the of Management has a duty to provide and maintain so far as is reasonably practicable, a working environment that is safe and without risk to health. This includes
  1. Providing and promoting safety
  2. Making and monitoring arrangements for the safe use, handling, storing and transport of materials.
  3. maintaining the work place that is safe and without risks to health
  4. providing adequate facilities for the welfare of all employees and visitors
  5. providing such information, training and supervision for  employees and contractors enabling them to work in a safe and healthy manner.

The of Management is responsible for the effective implementation of the  health and safety policy and shall:

  • Observe, implement and fulfil its responsibilities under the applicable Occupational Health and Safety regulations.
  • ensure that the agreed procedures for regular consultation between the Management and those with designated and elected health and safety functions are followed
  • ensure that all specific policies are periodically revised and are consistent with health and safety objectives
  • provide relevant  information, training and supervision for all employees

ensure that all employees, contractors and visitors inform the  Management of incidents and accidents

  • occurring on the grounds so that health and safety performance can be accurately gauged


  • have a duty to take reasonable care of which they are capable for their own health and safety and of others affected by their actions of work
  • should comply with the safety procedures and directions agreed between the f Management and employees
  • will not wilfully interfere with or misuse items or facilities provided in the interests of health, safety and welfare of  employees
  • must act in accordance with agreed procedures for accident and incident reporting and report potential hazards to the of Management


 Outsourcing work to contractors does not remove an employer’s occupational health and safety obligations.
The  Management shall, as far as practicable, ensure that a contractor and its employees:

  • Carry out their work in safe premises using proper and safe plant and equipment
  • Employ systems of work that are safe and in which there has been adequate instruction, training and supervision.

Contractors need to be:

    Suitably experienced to perform tasks;
    • In possession of all necessary licenses, permits, registrations and insurance to perform the works safely and in compliance with the appropriate regulations;
    • Notified of any potential hazards associated with the location or use of the area where the works are to be carried out.

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