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Overall Statement of Policy

It is the policy of Mill Asset Management Group Ltd, trading as MAMG, to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all our employees and others who may be affected by our activities and services. In order to achieve this it is our policy to provide a healthy and safe working environment, safe equipment and systems of work and adequate information, instruction, training and supervision, as may be needed for this purpose.


This includes a commitment to the prevention of injury and ill health and continued improvement in health and safety management and performance. The references to health and safety throughout this Policy includes occupational health and fire safety matters. The Company is committed to providing adequate resources to ensure this Policy can be documented, implemented and maintained effectively and is available to all interested parties.


As a provider of specialist operations management, bid and consultancy services to others, it is our policy to provide such services having regard to any relevant health and safety issues, which may arise and to provide our clients with suitable information on their health and safety responsibilities associated with the work we undertake. It is also our policy to plan and organise such work so as to safeguard our employees who may be undertaking the work on the premises of others and to comply with applicable legal requirements and other requirements to which the organisation subscribes that relate to its recognised health and safety hazards.


Where we intend to engage contractors to undertake work, or provide services on our behalf, or on our premises, we will make reasonable enquiries to establish the competence of the contractor to undertake the work safely and without risks to health. The health and safety performance of such contractors will be kept under review in order to ensure adequate standards are maintained.


Where we enter into partnership agreements with other organisations to deliver services, or to undertake projects, we will establish that there is adequate coordination of health and safety arrangements between the partnership organisations. We will also make reasonable enquiries to establish the competence of any potential partnership organisation, where if the nature of the activities involved can impact on the health and safety of our employees, or others affected by the partnership activity, or service.


We will consult directly with all persons working under the control of the organisation with the intent that they are made aware of their individual obligations in relation to health and safety matters, with a view to actively involving employees in the effective implementation of this Policy.


Where temporary or contract staff are working with us on our premises, we will provide the same health and safety standards for them as we do for our own employees.


The health and safety performance of the Company and this Policy will be reviewed, at least annually by the MAMG Main Board Director, appointed as Health and Safety Champion on the advice of the Company's retained health and safety consultancy, and at any other time when there are significant changes in the Company, or its activities to ensure that it remains relevant and appropriate to the nature and scale of the organisation's risks The Policy details the framework for setting and reviewing the Company's health and safety objectives.


The organisation and responsibilities of the Board, the MAMG Main Board Director, appointed as Health and Safety Champion, MAMG Health and Safety Director and staff of the Company for health and safety and the arrangements and standards to which the Company operates, are detailed below.

Health & Safety Policy Organisation and Arrangements

The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 -Section 2(3)

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, as amended

Regulation 5

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 Article 11