MB Inspection considers Health, Safety and the Environment to be part of the foundations of its business. The following statement of intent clearly defines the commitment and desire of the Directors to provide safe and healthy working conditions for all its employees and a recognition of its responsibilities to the environment.
The directors of MB Inspection consider the Health, Safety and Welfare of its employees to be of paramount importance. Through the process of risk and hazard assessment the company shall identify and take such reasonable precautions as to reduce foreseeable hazards, which could endanger life, property and the environment and lead to personal injury or illness. To fulfill these commitments the Company and its employees shall comply with all legislative requirements.
Our policy is to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions, equipment and systems of work. The Company shall provide employees with sufficient information, resources, training and supervision to meet these needs. Procedures and arrangements to be followed in the interest of health and safety are identified in this policy.
Health and Safety is an important responsibility of every manager and supervisor, the allocation of specific duties are defined herein. However, the directors of the Company shall maintain overall responsibility.
The Company requires all its employees to work safely and in accordance with established company procedures with due consideration of themselves and others who may be affected by our activities. Adequate arrangements will be maintained to enable employees to raise issues of health, safety and welfare
Environmental Protection is a fundamental part of the corporate business strategy; as a consequence the company will endeavor to work closely with the relevant statutory bodies to meet applicable legislative requirements. As far as is reasonably practicable the Company will conduct and monitor its service to protect the environment from impairment.
In all of the Company’s activities high standards of operation will continue and concepts such as Best Practicable Environmental Option and Duty of Care, which are particularly relevant to the Environmental Protection Act, will be implemented as and when applicable.
As part of this responsibility MB Inspection supports the Wildlife Trust and has worked closely with the Trust on several environmental projects.
This policy, procedures and arrangements for health, safety, welfare and the environment shall be regularly reviewed to ensure they remain up-to-date and effective.
This statement is endorsed by the Board of Directors, MB Inspection, who recognise their duty for its execution and require that it be a prime concern of all Company employees.
Mr. Chris Gray, Managing Director
Safety Performance Targets are agreed by the Managers and Directors of the company, the Safety Performance Statistics and Accident Frequency Rate are then closely monitored for upward trends.
Every year RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents – one of the worlds leading health and safety organisations) invites companies of all sizes, from all sectors of industry and commerce to enter the Occupational Health & Safety Awards Scheme.
Companies who want to prove to others, as well as themselves, that they take health and safety seriously.
Companies who are willing to play there part in raising health and safety standards right across the board, by working hard to improve their own performance.
Entrants for these awards must firstly provide evidence of good safety management practice and secondly demonstrate a consistently good or continuously improving accident / injury performance.
The awards are presented annually and MB Inspection have received the ROSPA GOLD AWARD in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, and have been awarded the ROSPA GOLD MEDAL in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.