Temple Lifts is committed to the well-being and safety of our employees and all those who may be affected by our work. Our Health and Safety policy focuses on removing the risk and severity of accidents and dangerous occurrences to workers and members of the public in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and all other applicable legislation.
Our Health and Safety policy and processes are constantly reviewed and actively managed and communicated to employees as part of our everyday business practices. Temple Lifts’ Joint Managing Directors take a hands-on approach to improving safety in all areas of our business. We constantly monitor our activity to ensure that our health & safety arrangements are fully resourced at all times.
Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007
We have extensive CDM 2007 experience and frequently act as Principal Contractor or Sub Contractor on “Notifiable” projects within the regulations. We believe a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the participants on notifiable projects plus a comprehensive and specific “Construction Phase – Health and Safety Site Plan” on ALL our major works projects is key to our construction success.
Construction Phase – Health & Safety Site Plans
We always ensure the Health and Safety Site Plan is approved before site works start and that it includes the project safety statement and arrangements, management and monitoring, risk management, emergency arrangements, site set-up and welfare, site specific risks, general Health and Safety items and well-being, asbestos report, RAMS, COSHH, SWAMP etc.
Our Role as Principal Contractor on a “Notifiable” Project:
- Initially prepare and implement the H&S site plan before construction begins
- Make Sub Contractors aware of the plan and design and other changes
- Ensure suitable welfare facilities are provided and maintained
- Ensure all workers are competent, site inducted and aware of the site plan and designs
- Liaise with the CDM co-ordinator regarding ongoing design and safety issues
- Ensure site security and display of safety notices and F10 Form
Our Role as Sub Contractor on a “Notifiable” Project:
- Ensure the client has appointed a CDM Co-ordinator and notified the HSE
- Cooperate with Principal Contractor in planning and managing the works
- Advise the Principal Contractor of any contractors we engage on the works
- Provide any information needed for the Health & Safety file
- Make the Principal Contractor aware of status and problems with the site plan
- Record promptly reportable accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences