Safety Policy Statement 

Objective

To anticipate and minimise risk potential in all our work activities through the implementation of Heath & Safety Management System (HSMS) which is fully disseminated throughout M.P.E.

The HSMS is designed to ensure that the company exercises a Duty of Care to our employees and that we comply with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, Asbestos regulations 2012 and all other relevant Acts, Regulations and Directives that are relevant to the work activities undertaken by MPE, the safety of our employees and all other person(s):

Who may be affected by our operations.  To ensure that all installations comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (as amended), BS 7671:2008 as amended (formally the IEE Wiring Regulations), BS 7609 : 1992 + A2 2009 Code of Practice.

To provide adequate supervision, instruction and training in Health and Safety matters.

MPE are committed to the four 'C's principles of Successful Health and safety Management (HSG65)


  • Control of responsibilities, instruction and management,
  • Competence of our employees,
  • Co-operation between individuals, groups and,
  • Communication and dissemination to all our employees.


To encourage and facilitate consultation with Employees in their involvement in the HSMS.

To ensure that in the preparation of tenders and quotations full consideration is given to protecting our employees and all who may be affected by our activities.

Responsibilities

Michael Pointon is responsible for all HSMS

Arrangements

The HSMS contains :-


  • Risk assessments.
  • Safe Systems of Work, containing method statements including procedures for equipment installation. Maintenance, Electrical testing, working at    height.
  • H&S information appropriate to our work activities.
  • Investigation procedures for accident, dangerous occurrences and reported near-misses.


This policy statement will be reviewed annually or earlier if major changes have occurred or new legislation is introduced.

Mick Pointon 

26/11/2015

Director