Health & Safety
HE Architects Ltd places the greatest importance on the health and safety of its employees and all others, including contractors, subcontractors, and employees in the course of their work and the general public, who may be affected by its undertakings. We seek to provide the healthiest and safest working conditions possible by requiring the involvement of all employees in this effort. The latest H&S policy is available HERE.
HE Architects is fully committed to meeting its responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 and The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (as amended). It has appointed
members of staff to be responsible for key components of the health and safety management system; to keep risk assessments and welfare procedures under constant review; and to keep the Company current with EU directives, legislation, regulations, and standards.
The Company will assess all significant hazards and manage and control these. It will monitor its health and safety performance regularly to enable remedial action to redress deficiencies and ensure continuous improvement.
Health & Safety Policy
HE Architects will assess all significant hazards and manage and control these. It will monitor its health and safety performance regularly to enable remedial action to redress deficiencies and ensure continuous improvement. Our latest copy is available HERE.
HE Architects' policy has regard to the HSE Guidance: Successful Health and Safety Management (HSG65). The policy will be periodically (at least 6 monthly) checked against the H&S policies of comparable organizations. The Health & Safety Policy has been written in accordance with BS OHSAS 18001 and is compatible with ISO 14001:2004 and the company is certified by BM Trada as complying with these standards.
The implementation of this policy and the provision of sufficient resources will be provided by HE Architects. Each employee must act responsibly to ensure the policy is put into practice. This policy will be reviewed six monthly or if required by any significant changes to the Company’s activities or working environment
HE Architects employees will take reasonable care of themselves and others, cooperate and follow training and instructions; not interfere with or misuse anything provided for safety and report shortcomings in safety, and arrangements, and immediately report serious danger. As a condition of employment, all staff must remember that a health & safety breach is a disciplinary offense. All members of staff will be expected to support this Statement and Policy, and as such we employ an open-door policy in order that any staff member can report/obtain Health and Safety advice from the company.