We are an established electrical installations contractor, for the past 25 years
Powerbrite Electrical Ltd. acknowledges its legal and moral responsibilities for ensuring the safety, health and welfare of its employees and any other persons whose health and safety may be affected by the Company’s activities.
The Company recognises that a strong commitment to continual improvement and having an effective policy in place which clearly identifies the Company’s organisation and arrangements is essential to successful Health and Safety management.
A primary element of the policy is to prevent (so far as is reasonably practicable) injury or ill health, both to employees and other persons who may be affected by the actions of the Company.
The Company will ensure effective communication of the policy by distribution and strategic display so that direct employees, people engaged on a sub-contractor basis and others who may be working on behalf of Powerbrite, or others working on or visiting Company premises, fully understand the requirement on their part as detailed in the organisational and arrangements elements of the policy.
As part of its business philosophy, the Company is committed to working closely with clients and customers to ensure the required standards of safety are met when undertaking work on their behalf.
Adequate financial, human and other resources will be made available to ensure the effective implementation of the policy.
Where identified, the provision of training or specific assessments for employees and the appropriate financial resource is an integral part of the policy.
Health and safety performance will be monitored as an agenda point at business meetings.
The Company meets its requirement to appoint a Competent Person who will provide advice on safety matters and general health and safety assistance by the engagement of external competency.
The requirement to communicate all relevant safety matters will be facilitated by whatever means is deemed to be the most effective for particular situations and will include toolbox talks, electronic communication, group meetings/briefings, notice boards or consultation with individual employees and will be supported by documented means where necessary/appropriate, e.g. memorandums, minutes of meetings.
The Company actively encourages participation in matters relating to health and safety. This will include ensuring an appropriate means for the reporting of safety and welfare issues by staff and suitable arrangements for joint consultation.