Health & Safety Policy
Trimoves Relocations regards the management of health and safety as an integral part of its business and a management priority.
It is our policy that all activities and work will be carried out safely, and we will ensure the health, safety, and welfare of our employees and others who may be affected by our activities.
Our goal is to achieve zero accidents and zero work-related illnesses by implementing current best practises in health and safety management. Compliance with local Health and Safety legislation and other applicable legislation is thus regarded as the absolute minimum acceptable standard.
Proper management of health and safety issues is seen as an integral part of the efficient management of the company’s activities and is critical to developing the professional culture at Trimoves Relocations and establishing and maintaining a solid reputation with all of our clients.
The objectives of this policy are fundamental to our business, and the officers of the company are responsible for ensuring that the requirements of this policy are achieved. The organisation and arrangements to meet the above objectives and for the implementation of this policy are detailed within local Health and Safety Management System Manuals.
Management, staff, and operatives are responsible for implementing the specific arrangements made under Trimoves Relocations policy throughout all operations and ensuring that they are communicated to all persons working under the organisation's control. All employees are expected to read the relevant sections of the manual, familiarise themselves with its provisions, and carry out their defined responsibilities. A copy of the local manual is available for all employees, contractors, and site visitors to view.
Employees are expected and encouraged to be proactive on health and safety issues as part of the continued development of the health and safety culture of the organisation and the manual describes the arrangements for employee consultation and feedback.
All employees and contractors are required to cooperate with the company and their colleagues in implementing the policy and shall ensure that their own work is without risks to themselves and others as far as reasonably practicable.
The company will provide appropriate training and make available competent health and safety advice and adequate resources, including time and money, so that legal obligations may be met. The specific arrangements for this are described in the Health and Safety Management System Manual.
This policy will be audited for its effectiveness and will be reviewed every 12 months, or sooner if work activity changes, as described in the Health and Safety Management System Manual.