The Health and Safety policy ensures all Ecolutia mobile water treatment projects are safe and healthy places of work. Safe equipment and systems of work are paramount. This policy is applicable to all employees, and others who may be affected by our activities, as far as is reasonably practicable. Ecolutia Services will provide all information, training and supervision needed for this purpose.
Ecolutia accepts responsibilities as outlined in the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 (hse.gov.uk/legislation/hwsa.htm) and Regulations made under the Act. Ecolutia acknowledges these legal requirements represent the minimum level of achievement. We continually strive for higher standards of safety in providing our mobile water treatment service.
Health and Safety is the responsibility of management and at Ecolutia this ranks equally with all other indicators of success. Training is provided as needed to maintain the requisite levels of knowledge. Expert advice is sought from competent person(s) when situations require additional competency.
Ecolutia recognises the importance of a good safety record to the overall company performance. Reducing injuries, protecting the environment and preventing unnecessary losses are equally as important in delivering the Ecolutia mobile water treatment service to customers. Ecolutia health and safety objectives are integral to the Ecolutia business objectives. Targets are set to ensure continuous progression, improvement and achievement at a high standard. Resources are also made available to succeed in reaching these objectives.
All Ecolutia employees are informed and consulted regarding; the company legal duties, their personal duties to themselves and others, and managerial and supervisory duties. Employees participate in making and implementation of policy, and as a condition of employment, observe safe working practices and co-operate in management reviews.
Regular improvements to the Ecolutia health and safety management system take place as situations arise. All revisions are communicated to those affected by the changes.