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Health & Safety

At Albon Engineering & Manufacturing PLC, we take a pro-active approach to health and safety in the work place.

Our Health & Safety statement is in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, outlines the policy of Albon plc in relation to the management of Health & Safety at Work. The management of Health & Safety will be integral to and equal with any other business function. This value is shared throughout the organisation. This enables the organisation to meet its objective of managing & conducting its work activities in such a way as to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health & welfare at work of its employees & others who may be affected by its business activities.

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This will be achieved by the following:

  • By determining & implementing appropriate preventive & protective measures.
  • The provision of safe systems of work.
  • The provision of appropriate information, instruction, training & supervision.
  • The provision & maintenance of a safe place of work, including safe access & egress & welfare facilities. 
  • The provision & maintenance of emergency plans & procedures.      
  • Monitoring & measuring all aspects of Health & Safety management.
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The detailed arrangements for achieving these objectives are set out in the body of the main Health & Safety policy. All employees will be made aware of this statement & have access to the full Health & Safety policy when requested.

The organisation is committed to upholding & continuously improving the standards outlined in this statement, & to meeting or exceeding legislative requirements & associated codes of practice. Sufficient authority & resources, both financial & otherwise, will be made available to enable employees to carry out their responsibilities in a reasonable & efficient manner.

The Health & Safety policy will be reviewed in the light of experience & on a regular basis. That is, at least every annually, or more frequently should there be a significant incident or any major changes to legislation, operations or personnel.

The Managing Director has overall responsibility for Health, Safety & Welfare. Day to day management of Health & Safety & Welfare is the responsibility of management & supervisory personnel.

Employees share a responsibility to co-operate with management, & in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, to ensure their own safety & the safety of those affected by their activities. This includes not intentionally or recklessly interfering with or miss using anything provided for their Health & Safety. 

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Technical Member (Tech IOSH)

This IOSH membership category recognises the qualifications and competence needed by professionals working in a range of operational health & safety roles. To become a Technical Member, you must have a suitable level of experience in a health & safety role, as well as an accredited qualification. To maintain your status and keep your skills, knowledge and experience up to date, you'll join our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme.

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