Heath and Safety Policy Statement

Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

Organisation and Responsibilities

Bhoopalan Natarajan, Managing Director, holds overall responsibility for the implementation of this policy and for the health and safety within the company. In each of the Regional Offices, the Manager is responsible for the implementation of this policy and for health and safety within the office:

Head Office – Bhoopalan Natarajan – 0203 6595 052

Within Head Office the day-to-day responsibility for health and safety lies with Bhoopalan Natarajan. All employees have a responsibility to co-operate with directors, managers and colleagues to achieve a healthy and safe workplace and to take reasonable care of themselves and others. Staff who wilfully breach health and safety rules or deliberately undertaken unsafe activities will face disciplinary action. Whenever an employee notices a health and safety problem which they are unable to put right, they must immediately report it to the appropriate person as listed above. If that person is unavailable then the Managing Director or his PA should be informed.


General Arrangements and Risk Assessment :

A First Aid Box has been provided for each Office, the maintenance of which is the responsibility of the First Aider. First Aiders will be identified to all staff by means of an appropriately displayed notice. All staff should be aware of who their first aiders are.
* In the event of an accident or injury immediately seek the assistance of a first aider or if unavailable, their immediate superior.

All injuries must be recorded in the Accident Book which will be found with the First Aid Box. This is the joint responsibility of the person involved and the first aider. All serious accidents must be reported immediately to the Regional Manager or his/her Deputy. They will decide if the injury is reportable under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations.

The Office Manager will examine the accident book at regular intervals to review the types of accidents occurring and decide if there are additional safety matters that need to be addressed.