John Bedwell Management (JBM) recognises and is committed to its responsibility for the health, safety and welfare of its employees, subcontractors, suppliers and the general public.
To achieve this commitment JBM will demonstrate through policy development that health and safety receives priority attention on a continual basis. JBM will ensure, as far as is practicable that:
Resources commensurate with the company's emphasis towards occupational health and safety will be made available to provide and maintain for the physical and psychological well-being of employees. Where JBM does not have the necessary in-house knowledge or expertise to enable it to meet its occupational health and safety objectives, JBM will ensure that advice and guidance are obtained from competent occupational health and safety professionals.
Senior managers and supervisors will be responsible for the implementation and promulgation of all matters dealing with the health and safety of employees under their control.
All employees, subcontractors and suppliers will be expected to demonstrate a willingness to embrace the concept of safe work practices and a safe working environment. Employees will be required to work in a healthy and safe manner whilst discouraging others from working in an unsafe manner.
Education/training of all employees on health and safety is considered to be a natural course of employment and all employees will be encouraged to embrace this concept.
This policy is but an outline of the commitment which this company places upon occupational health and safety within the workplace, but this commitment from all concerned is necessary if the health and safety of all is to be achieved and maintained.