We are all responsible for the health, safety and welfare of ourselves and each other.
We have the responsibility of providing you with a safe place of work, making sure that there is safe storage of any dangerous chemicals and ensuring that you are trained properly to use any equipment.
It is your responsibility to do the following:
Take care of yourself and others at work
- Make sure you follow the rules and procedures. For example, if you are issued with protective clothing, you must wear it.
- Never misuse or tamper with equipment on site or equipment that you have not been trained to use.
If you experience an accident at work you must call for the assistance of a First Aider.
On discovering a fire, raise the alarm immediately and follow the correct evacuation procedure.
When the alarm sounds, you must vacate the building immediately by the nearest emergency exit.
Do not stop to collect personal belongings and you should assemble in the designated area as instructed by your line manager.
You may not re-enter the building until instructed that it is safe to do so.
Report any accidents or dangerous situations to your manager immediately.
All accidents must be reported in the accident book. It is a legal requirement which also safeguards you.
Please refer to your employment handbook for further information on all aspects of Health & Safety.
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