Health & Safety Policy

It is the policy of Multidrive Ltd that operations carried out by the Company are in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Regulations and Approved Codes of Practice, both in the spirit of the Act and its legal obligations.

The Company will ensure that it fulfils its duty by providing:

  • Safe plant and systems of work
  • Safe use, storage, transport of substances
  • Information, instruction, training and supervision
  • A safe place of work and a safe working environment

Ensure the health, safety and welfare of all employees and others whom may be affected by the company activities.

The company director has been nominated as the person responsible for implementing this policy within the Company.

All employees have a part to play if high standards are to be achieved and maintained.

If incidents are to be avoided, good working practices will be required. All employees shall familiarise themselves with their duties and responsibilities as detailed in the Safety Policy document.

Neglect of the safety and health requirements will be regarded as seriously as behaviour leading to avoidable damage to plant, loss of production or any other disciplinary matters.

The Company is committed to consult with the employees on matters affecting their health and safety and adopts an open-door policy.

It is the Company’s duties to ensure that its employees are kept informed and receive adequate training to enable them to comply with legislation.

Adequate resources will be allocated to ensure sufficient provision of competent safety advice, equipment, facilities and training as required for those persons to fulfil their responsibilities.

Multidrive Ltd will monitor the operation of this policy. It will be reviewed annually and when appropriate, the changes will be brought to the attention of all employees.

The Management will be available to advise all employees on matters relating to health and safety.

In accordance with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the Company will adopt a risk assessment approach to its activities. Where hazards exist, we will evaluate, control and bring these to the attention of our employees.

A copy of the Company’s safety manual with full details of the organisation and arrangements for implementing the policy will be available for any employee.