Fusion takes health and safety seriously. We are committed to taking all reasonable steps to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for all of our employees and sub-contractors.
To ensure that our activities are as safe as reasonably practicable, the management, employees and sub-contractors are all required to co-operate fully and support the company’s policies and procedures with regard to health and safety, and all levels of the management team have responsibility to ensure this cooperation.
We are keen to build and maintain a workplace environment and culture that supports health and wellbeing and prevents discrimination (including in areas such as mental health, bullying and harassment).
The training provision and capabilities of our people are regularly reviewed, to ensure staff are competent to carry out their roles safely. We ensure that there are effective channels of communication and consultation for health, safety and welfare through the Health and Safety Committee which meets regularly throughout the year.
All employees and sub-contractors have a responsibility for their own and others’ health and safety. All Personnel must comply with company policies, procedures, method statements and safe systems of work, and report all hazards and dangerous situations to management at the earliest opportunity. Further, all personnel have a duty to raise any concerns they may have regarding Health and Safety with their line mangers and this includes potential hazards, near miss situations, potential mental health concerns such as anxiety or depression regarding themselves or others.
David Bayliss is the person appointed to manage health and safety at Fusion. David has a NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction. Tom Salvesen, as a Director of Fusion Building Systems, responsible for ensuring the health and safety policy and performance is implemented and monitored throughout the business, and its policy and practices are effective.
The full health and safety policy statement can be downloaded here: