City Energy Network Ltd recognises its responsibility to secure the safety, health and welfare of employees and its stakeholders. It is our policy to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions for all employees, providing appropriate tools, equipment, operational processes and safe systems of work covering all activities.
We provide and countersign this policy with all employees at the start of their employment with us and share updates to the policy at least annually. Our Health and Safety policy can be accessed in our offices and remotely accessible on our server.
Our management team is responsible for applying the above and providing information, instruction and training to achieve this purpose. Managing Director, Michelle Roberts is the registered Health and Safety Officer responsible for the organisation and implementation of this Statement and our Health and Safety Policy.
We plan to minimise the risks created by work activities, products and services and to secure involvement and participation at all levels. The Managing Director will make all the necessary financial resource available for the management and promotion of health and safety.
A designated team of competent people and qualified professionals supports the Managing Director with the day to day responsibilities. We assess risks to safety or health and implement all actions deemed necessary while also requiring all sub-contractors to comply with current Health and Safety legislation. Other people may be affected by our activities, e.g. visitors, neighbours etc., and our management accept the responsibility to provide appropriate levels of safety for them.
We are committed to continuous and effective improvements whilst at the same time complying with the legislation, regulation and other requirements that we subscribe to. We set and monitor measurable objectives and targets with this policy at least annually.
City Energy Network Ltd has developed and integrated a management system in accordance with PAS99 to include the requirements of BS OHSAS 18001:2007, the Specification for Organisations providing the Green Deal Advice Service (GDAO), Version 005/2014 and PAS2030 in compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 et al.
This policy supports the Integrated Management Policy with its documentation, implementation and maintenance while ensuring all employees, suppliers, Advisors and other stakeholders are consulted on matters pertaining to health and safety.
All employees must recognise that everyone shares responsibility for achieving healthy and safe working conditions. You must consider the health and safety implications of your acts and/or omissions and take reasonable care for your health and safety and that of others. Any health and safety concerns should be reported to your line manager or supervisor immediately.
For a signed Health and Safety Policy Statement and our full Health and Safety Policy, please refer to our download option below.
Version 6; Active 20.09.2017