Health & Safety


As a trusted provider of specialist cleaning services and flooring renovation services to the Commercial, Retail, Industrial & Domestic market sectors, it is the policy of this Company to give the greatest importance to the Health and Safety of its employees, and to consider this duty to be a management responsibility equal to that of any other function.

The Company recognises and accepts its responsibility for providing a safe and healthy work place and working environment for all employees in premises under its direct control.

It is the Company's policy to co-operate with customers or prospective customers with the object of providing our employees with a safe working environment at premises not under the Company's control.

The Company recognises and accepts its obligation to ensure that other parties are not adversely affected by its activities.

The Company will take all steps, so far as is reasonably practicable to meet its health and safety responsibilities, paying particular attention to the provision and maintenance of:-

1. Safe plant, equipment and systems of work

2. Arrangements for the safe use, handling, storing and transporting of equipment and materials

3. Sufficient information, instruction, training and supervision to enable all employees to avoid hazards and contribute positively to their own safety and health at work

4. A safe place of work and safe access to it

5. A healthy working environment

A safety policy is unlikely to be successful unless it actively involves the people who work in the Company.  The Company will seek to ensure effective communication and consultation by the setting up of safety committees and the appointment of safety representatives.

It is equally the duty of every employee to work in accordance with the Company safety policy.  Each employee must accept and carry out his responsibilities to:

1. Act with due care to prevent injury to himself and others

2. Report all accidents, damage to equipment and potential hazards

3. Follow the agreed working procedures, including the correct use of safety equipment and protective clothing

Furthermore, it will be the duty of any cleaner who is required to operate any equipment with which they are unfamiliar to make this fact known to their supervisor so that training can be given.

The Company Safety Policy will be reviewed as appropriate and any revisions will be brought to the notice of all employees.

The Board of Directors is committed to this policy and will support all those who endeavour to carry it out.