This policy:
  • shows the commitment of SPLENDID’s management and workers to health and safety
  • aims to remove or reduce the risks to the health, safety and welfare of all workers, and visitors, and anyone else who may be affected by our business operations
  • aims to ensure all work activities are done safely.


Management (Local officer of HS) is responsible for providing and maintaining:
  • a safe working environment
  • safe systems of work
  • plant and substances in safe condition
  • facilities for the welfare of all workers
  • any information, instruction, training and supervision needed to make sure that all workers are safe from injury and risks to their health
Workers have the rights to:
  • ensuring their own personal health and safety, and that of others in the workplace
  • complying with any reasonable directions (such as safe work procedures, wearing personal protective equipment) given by management for health and safety
  • work in places where all the risks to your health and safety are properly controlled
  • stop working and leave the area if you think you are in danger
  • be consulted on matters related to your health and safety at work
  • inform your employer about health and safety issues or concerns
  • contact HSE or your local authority, if you still have health and safety concerns, without getting into trouble HSO@SPLENDIDAD.COM
  • a rest break of at least 20 minutes if you work more than six hours at a stretch and to an annual period of paid leave
  • suitable and sufficient toilets, washing facilities and drinking water
  • adequate first-aid facilities
You Must:
  • take care of your own health and safety and that of people who may be affected by what you do (or do not do)
  • co-operate with others on health and safety, and not interfere with, or misuse, anything provided for your health, safety or welfare
  • follow the training you have received when using any work items your employer has given you.
Employer Responsibilities:
  • tell you how to do your job safely in a way that you can understand, and tell you about the risks to your health and safety from current or proposed working practices
  • tell you how any risks will be controlled and who is responsible for this
  • consult and work with health and safety representatives and employees to protect everyone from harm in the workplace
  • tell you how to get first-aid treatment and what to do in an emergency
  • training to enable you to do your job safely
  • any equipment and protection necessary for you at work (such as clothing, shoes or boots, eye and ear protection, gloves, masks etc) and ensure it is properly looked after
  • health checks if there is a danger of ill health because of your work
  • regular health checks if you work nights and a check before you start
  • providing information of the health and safety law poster (www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/books/lawposter.html), which must be displayed in a prominent place, or as an alternative, they can provide each worker with a copy of the equivalent pocket card. This should give the contact details of people who can help
  • providing information for health and safety policy statement
Further information

This guidance is issued by the Health and Safety Executive. Following the guidance is not compulsory, unless specifically stated, and you are free to take other action. But if you do follow the guidance you will normally be doing enough to comply with the law. Health and safety inspectors seek to secure compliance with the law and may refer to this guidance.

We seek the co-operation of all workers, customers and other persons. We encourage suggestions for realising our health and safety objectives to create a safe working environment with a zero-accident rate.

This policy applies to all business operations and functions, including those situations where workers are required to work off-site.