Fusion Steel Framing is committed to making the safety of its employees and all other stakeholders and interested parties their highest priority.
Fusion Steel Framing is committed to taking all reasonable steps to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for all its employees, visitors and sub-contractors. To ensure that our activities are as safe as reasonably practicable, the management, employees, visitors and subcontractors are all required to co-operate fully and support the company’s policies and procedures with regard to health and safety, and all levels of the management team have responsibility to ensure this cooperation.
Fusion Steel Framing accepts the responsibility placed on the company for health, safety and welfare of its employees by the Health and Safety at Work Etc Act 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. The Company commits to providing sufficient financial and other resources to ensuring that this Policy is implemented in accordance with the requirements of this legislation.
We conduct risk assessments for all identified areas of work and tasks where significant risk exists, and use these as the basis for our method statements, training needs assessments and how we train our people in how they conduct their roles.
We will regularly review the training provision and capabilities of our people to ensure that all staff are competent to carry out their roles safely. We ensure that there are effective channels of communication and consultation for health, safety and welfare through the Health and Safety Committee which meets regularly throughout the year.
All employees, sub-contractors and visitors have a responsibility for their own and others’ health and safety. All Personnel must comply with company policies, procedures, method statements and safe systems of work, and report all hazards and dangerous situations to management at the earliest opportunity. No person shall intentionally or recklessly interfere with, or misuse, plant, machinery or equipment. Any person found guilty of misconduct in contravention of safety rules and systems will be liable to disciplinary action.
Fusion Steel Framing is committed to continually striving to improve it’s performance in terms of health and safety, and has established Key Performance Indicators to ensure that progress is measurable and monitored.
Mike Fairey, as Managing Director of Fusion Steel Framing, is responsible for ensuring that this policy is implemented throughout the business and that the Company’s health and safety performance is monitored and its policy and practices are effective.
This Health and safety policy statement will be reviewed annually or more frequently if appropriate.