Health & Safety

Health & Safety Policy

Health & Safety Policy

PREMIUM CLEAN is committed to ensuring full compliance with all current versions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA), the Health and Safety at Work Regulations, Codes of Practices, and any other relevant Standards, Guidelines or Legislation. (See Page 3)

To meet this commitment, PREMIUM CLEAN will provide healthy and safe working conditions for all staff, contractors, visitors and members of the public at this or any other company‐controlled site.

This is to be achieved through commitments to:

  • Consultation between management, employees, elected health and safety representatives, and staff members in health and safety management and practices in the workplace.
  • Determining the scope of the OH&S management system, assessing boundaries and applicability; considering external and internal issues, requirements and work‐related activities performed.
  • Conducting health and safety workplace and/or toolbox meetings at least quarterly. These meetings will include management and elected staff representatives, to present and review any issues. (In the case of a notifiable event see Incidents section cover page).
  • Annual reviews of management performance against health and safety responsibilities.
  • Providing the appropriate training for senior management and staff in health and safety awareness, understanding, management and responsibilities.
  • Taking all practicable steps to eliminate or minimise workplace risks and to provide all personal protective equipment for staff to wear, where applicable.
  • Providing a safe working environment for all staff and any others that may encounter PREMIUM CLEAN or their activities.
  • An annual self‐assessment of our Health and Safety System, with management and safety representatives setting objectives, plans and performance measures with targets, so that we can make continuous improvements to our system.
  • Ensuring all staff are committed to health and safety and are aware of their responsibility to provide a safe work environment for themselves and each other.
  • Accurately reporting and recording of all workplace incidents and near misses and identifying appropriate follow‐up to avoid reoccurrence.
  • Supporting and promoting a safe and early return to work of any injured staff, where possible, through prompt treatment and active rehabilitation.
  • Appointing a senior manager with specific responsibility to coordinate health and safety in the workplace.
  • Provision of resources to accomplish these goals.
Company Commitment to Health and Safety
Drug and Alcohol Testing
Company Commitment to The Environment
Incident Reporting and Investigation
First Aid Kits
Emergency Plan and Procedures
Risk - Part 1
Risk - Part 2
Risk - Part 3
Risk - Part 4
Risk - Part 5
Risk - Part 6
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