HEALTH & SAFETY

Guildprime recognise that its people are its most valuable asset and in so far as is reasonable practicable actively seeks to ensure that their Health & Safety and that of its sub-contractors is a primary consideration when undertaking any work. Furthermore Guildprime endeavours to ensure that Health and Safety is not only carried out within the letter of its legal requirements but also within its spirit.

Risk assessment and communication

Risk assessment is a fundamental part of initiating any project and is reviewed regularly as work progresses, to avoid any undue delay. On a day-to-day basis active communication between all employees and contractors is encouraged. This ensures any aspect of work affecting Health & Safety is brought to the attention of others working on site as soon as possible, a risk assessment can be initiated and appropriate measures put in place.

Safety Training

Guildprime regard Safety training as an indispensable ingredient of an effective health and safety programme and safe working is viewed as an integral part of working effectively. All workers and sub-contractors are made aware of our commitment to Health & Safety through our Health & Safety policy.

Guildprime Site Managers and Contract Managers have passed the SMSTS (Site Managers Safety Training Scheme) course and hold a current Certificate. In addition every employees is provided with clear guidance on maintaining a safe work place and training is given to all employee undertaking new duties and responsibilities.

To provide assurance to existing and new clients of our commitment to Health & Safety we are a full member of The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) and have an in-house NEBOSH accredited Health and Safety Officer.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of our Health & Safety policy please contact us.



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