Health & Safety Policy
It is the policy of Argon Promotions to seek to provide safe and healthy working conditions, to encourage safe working methods and to enlist the active support of the Managing Director employed in achieving these ends. The Organisation will: -
Safeguard the health, safety and welfare of employees and those whose work is controlled by the organization.
Bring to the notice of all employees the safety policies of both the organization and the Client, and arrangements made for their health and safety at work.
Provide the necessary information, training and supervision for safe working practices and the need to work safely.
Have regard for health and safety of those not employed by the Organisation, but who may be affected by their operations.
The Directors are responsible for instigating, monitoring and reporting on safety arrangements.
Argon Promotions expects every employee to take reasonable care of the health and safety of him/her and other persons who may be affected by their acts or omissions; to co-operate with management in achieving safe working conditions and in complying with all relevant statutory provisions relating to health and safety at work.
It is the responsibility of every employee to ensure the health and safety of themselves and others by: =
Making themselves familiar with the contents of the Health and Safety Policy.
Wearing and using safety clothing and equipment provided.
Conforming to both verbal and written instructions concerning health and safety.
Reporting all accidents, whether persons involved are injured or not.
Reporting all hazards, potential hazards or persons creating hazards.
Co-operating with the Organisation, in seeing that regulations are observed and where possible, making suggestions for their improvement.
The Organisation accepts responsibility for the control of contractors working on it’s behalf and for the safety of other persons who come into direct contact with their operations.
The Organisation accepts the responsibility, where appropriate, for ensuring that all fire precautionary measures are taken to allow free access to emergency escape routes.
The Organisation also accepts responsibility for contractors and visitors whilst on the Organisation’s premises.
Date: 25th January 2010