How is our Health & Safety Manager organising us on sites?
Our Health and Safety Manager Michael had some thoughts on today:
Health and safety continues to be a key area in all industries, none more so than in the construction industry. Over the years many lives have been saved and countless injuries prevented. This is largely down to improvements in safety practices and control measures. Health and safety professionals strive to mitigate further risks in any way shape or form where it’s practically possible. Let’s face it, we all want to go home to our families after a hard day’s work. Read more on HSE statistics of workplace accidents here.
At Rap Interiors we are no different; we plan all our projects to protect everyone involved. With over 30 years’ experience in the industry, we have robust systems that are tried and tested. All our systems are implemented with the assistance of our external Safety Support Lighthouse Safety.
Health and safety is considered from the outset when we survey a new project by one of our experienced, professional team. The design team will create a beautiful interior design to meet our client’s vision whilst considering HS&E. In my role as Health and Safety Manager, I will be there to collect all the relevant information and speak with all parties involved in the project to devise plans for the project to run safely. Some of these plans include construction phase plans and risk assessments tailored to the specifics of the tasks we face through to delivery. With current live sites we have purchased our own hand sanitiser stations amongst many other requirements for normal PPE on sites, but we have to keep up with guidelines and keep our operatives and clients and the public safe as well
See the current Government guidelines we at RAP Interiors are following
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