Health and safety policy statement

This is the Health and Safety Policy Statement of Good-Loop

Our statement of general policy is:

Responsibilities

  1. The directors jointly undertake to implement this policy

  2. Overall responsibility for health and safety is that of Dr. Daniel Winterstein

  3. All employees have to:

    • co-operate with supervisors and managers on health and safety matters;
    • not interfere with anything provided to safeguard their health and safety;
    • take reasonable care of their own health and safety; and
    • report all health and safety concerns to an appropriate person (as detailed in this policy statement).

Health and safety risks arising from our work activities

The management will:

Assessments will be reviewed every 12 months or when the work activity changes, whichever is soonest.

Consultation with employees

Good-Loop is a small company. Employees are consulted on a personal basis regarding this policy and any changes to it.

Safe handling and use of substances

Good-Loop does not handle or use any dangerous substances. Policy in this area will be reviewed should the work activity change.

Information, instruction and supervision

The management will:

Competency for tasks and training

The management will:

Accidents first aid and work-related ill health

The management will:

Monitoring

To check our working conditions and ensure our safe working practices are being followed, we will:

Emergency procedures - fire and evacuation

The management will:

Harrassment and Bullying

The workplace should be a safe space for staff and stakeholders. Harrassment or bullying are unacceptable. This covers physical or sexual harrassment, which will be treated particularly seriously, but also includes verbal abuse.

Any employee experiencing harrassment or bullying, or witnessing it within the company, should report it. Please see the Grievance Procedure for details.

The company will handle cases seriously and with sensitivity to deliver a fair result that respects the rights of all involved.

See also our Equal Opportunities policy, which says: Abusive or offensive behaviour and comments are unacceptable, especially when linked to sexual, racial or gender groups.