Underpinning all project work is the careful management of health and safety issues. The Airsat Construction team is fully briefed on the company's health and safety policy and regular site inspections by The Building Safety Group ensure all work is carried out in compliance with Health & Safety at Work legislation.
This is the statement of general policy and arrangements for: Airsat Ltd Trading as Airsat Construction
The company is committed to:
Mr Shahin Eslami has overall and final responsibility for health and safety.
Mr Shahrouz Maniei has day-to-day responsibility for ensuring this policy is put into practice.
Supervisors and managers must provide adequate supervision to ensure the safe systems of work are being followed.
Employees have a responsibility to take care of the health and safety of themselves and those around them, to follow safe systems of work and report any concerns to supervisors and managers.
All staff and subcontractors will be given a health and safety induction and provided with appropriate training, including manual handling, asbestos awareness and working at height.
Supervisors and managers are responsible for identifying training needs.
Company Administrator is responsible for keeping a record of all training.
3.2 Carrying out risk assessments
A written risk assessment will be carried out by the supervisor for all work activity, prior to it starting. Hazards will be identified and control measures implemented to eliminate risk, or reduce to an acceptable level and the risk assessments will be provided to operatives.
3.3 First aid
Adequate first aid provisions will be available at all sites. All first aid incidents will be recorded.
3.4 Welfare facilities
Management will ensure there are adequate welfare facilities on all sites.
3.5 Accident reporting
All employees will report accidents to their supervisor or manager. Mr Edi Daka is responsible for investigating accidents to prevent recurrence and ensure safe work practices are being carried out.
All accidents will be recorded in the accident book which is kept by Administrator and is located at head office 336 Gloucester Road.
3.6 Emergency procedures
Mr Edi Daka is responsible for carrying out fire risk assessments.
Escape routes will be well signed and kept clear at all times. Evacuation plans will be tested periodically and updated as necessary.