Company Responsibility

Management Responsibility


The company recognizes that it has a duty to its employees carrying out company business, and to others using company premises, to do all that is reasonably practical in ensuring that their health,  safety and welfare are not endangered. This responsibility includes.

Arrangements for ensuring, so far as is reasonably practical, safety and absence of risk to health in connection with the use, handling, storage, and transport of all materials The provision of such  instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure a satisfactory working environment for  employees, and other visitors to the premises.

With regards to any place of work under the company’s control, the maintenance of it in a condition that is safe and without risk to health is paramount Compliance with the statutory requirements for safety, health and welfare including the maintenance of records.

The company and each and every project have all the necessary insurance programs, always including:

  1. Third party indemnity.
  2. Related Documents
  3. Minutes of management review
  4. Management objectives and plans where appropriate
  5. Job descriptions
  6. Projects Requirements
  7. Provide clear documentation outlining the basis for design, design and “as built” drawings, client
  8. Documentation plus any relevant local authority approvals.