Health & Safety

ALM understand the requirements and responsibilities associated with the successful management of health and safety throughout the Company. The Company also acknowledges the priority for establishing and maintaining health and safety to agreed standards. To meet these responsibilities ALM has developed a Health and Safety Policy and Management System and has allocated sufficient resources to achieve the following objectives:


1. Full compliance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and all relevant Regulations made under this Act in particular The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations and the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations

2. The provision and maintenance of plant, equipment and systems of work that are safe and without risk to health to its employees and any other relevant persons

3. Arrangements for ensuring safety and absence of risks to health and safety in connection with the use, handling, storage and transport of materials, articles and substances

4. The provision of such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure the health and safety of all employees and any others who may be affected

5. The maintenance of any place of work under Kendal Office Contracts' control in a condition that is safe and without risks to safety and health along with the provision and maintenance of safe access and egress from places of work

6. Ensuring the provision of adequate facilities for welfare, first aid, fire prevention, PPE, occupational health and hygiene.

7. The assessment and the provision of human and material resources that will enable the sustained management of risk and the provision of high quality health, safety and environmental management.

8. A fully integrated safety management system that assesses risks and hazards then implements control measures that are routinely inspected and monitored with any identified corrective actions carried out within a given time period.

9. Identify safety tasks, functions and responsibilities and then clearly allocate these to staff that have been suitably trained to carry out the identified safety tasks

10. The establishment of a comprehensive health & safety audit system that will analysed the Company's safety performance at least once every year & then set targets for improvement or change

11. The appointment of competent safety advisors that will support the company in its provision of safety requirements and advise on matters to enable the review and continuous improvement of safety performance


ALM Health Safety Management System in addition to providing the means for complying with legal requirements also has a contribution to make in the general management of risk and improving business performance.

Signed by the Director with responsibility for safety:

ALM Health & Safety Policy Management System