Health and Safety Policy
Promtek is a specialist in integrating smart manufacturing technologies with bulk material handling.
We regard the health, safety and welfare of our staff and those who may be affected by its activities as being of prime importance. We are committed to managing our obligations under the Health & Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, including all relevant regulations and approved codes of practice additional to the act.
In order to achieve our vision and deliver our mission and values within the bounds of our policies, Promtek Limited operates a risk-based Integrated Management System (IMS), which is managed by our team leaders and audited internally and externally to the ISO 45001:2018 standard for Health and Safety Management. We will achieve compliance in the following areas:
Business Risks and Opportunities
We will clearly identify our health and safety management structure and appoint a Health and Safety Committee to engage with staff and report to the Directors on a monthly basis.
All staff will take personal responsibility and adopt a professional attitude to safe working practices, especially manual handling, use of hazardous substances and maintaining safe and healthy working conditions
Leadership and Participation
We acknowledge the existence of hazards and risks to health and safety in our industry. We will take a proactive approach in providing a safe environment in all our places of work.
All staff and subcontractors will routinely assess risk and identify controls they will implement to reduce or eliminate hazards, before conducting any business activity on behalf of Promtek.
We will ensure that staff have access to relevant information, instruction, training, supervision and support to identify health and safety hazards when carrying out their activities.
We will ensure that all staff are competent to carry out tasks and equipped with appropriate, correctly maintained plant and equipment to conduct business activities safely.
We will set high standards of safety to prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill-health, and regularly measure and report our performance against them.
We will review our standards annually to ensure that they meet the requirements of our stakeholders.
1st November 2019