Forde Park Community Project - Health & Safety Policy

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Health and safety policy This is the statement of general policy and arrangements for: Mark Clarvis

has day-to-day responsibility for ensuring this policy is put into practice

(Member of staff)

Prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health (physical and mental) by managing the health and safety risks in the workplace Provide clear instructions and information, and adequate training, to ensure employees are competent to do their work Engage and consult with employees on day-to-day health and safety conditions Implement emergency procedures – evacuation in case of fire or other significant incident. You can find help with your fire risk assessment at: Maintain safe and healthy working conditions, provide and maintain plant, equipment and machinery, and ensure safe storage/use of substances Signed: * (Employer)

(Name of company)

has overall and final responsibility for health and safety

(Name of Employer/Senior manager) Statement of general policy

Forde Park Community Project (Our Pavilion)

Responsibility of: Name/Title Mark Clarvis Chair

Action/Arrangements (What are you going to do?) Relevant risk assessments completed and actions arising from those assessments implemented. COVID risk assessment in place. Risk assessments reviewed as working habits or conditions change

Mark Clarvis Chair Ruth Beady Volunteer cafe manager

Staff and subcontractors given necessary health and safety induction and provided with appropriate training (catering, first aid) and given PPE

Mark Clarvis Chair Julia Verwey Secretary All staff

Daily diary to record health and safety matters as they arrive. Staff routinely consulted on health and safety matters as the arise

Mark Clarvis Chair

Mark Clarvis Chair Julia Verwey Secretary

Mark Clarvis

Escape routes well signed and kept clear at all times. Full fire policy carried out by Firewatch (professional local company) Copy of report available

Toilet (disabled) washing facilities and drinking water provided. System in place for routine inspections and testing of equipment and machinery and for ensuring that action is promptly taken to address any defects Date:


You should review your policy if you think it might no longer be valid, e.g. if circumstances change. If you have fewer than five employees, you don’t have to write down your policy. Health and safety law poster is displayed at (location) First-aid box is located: Accident book is located:

Front Door Kitchen (cupboard above microwave) Kitchen (cupboard above microwave)

Accidents and ill health at work reported under RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations)