Health and Safety
At Interclean E.M.S. Limited we take the health and safety of our staff, and our customers, very seriously indeed. Our occupational health & safety policy is integral to our business practices and is in place to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all our employees and to those who may be affected by our contractual duties.
Health and Safety policy
We ensure that all our employees are provided with information, training and supervision to raise their awareness and duty of care under the provisions of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and its supportive regulations.
All equipment and working practices are maintained and reviewed regularly to support the company’s safe working practices and to ensure minimal risk to the health, safety and welfare of the company’s employees. In addition, regular health and safety audits are carried out to ensure that the correct procedures are being followed.
It is the policy of Interclean E.M.S. Limited to:
- ensure safe handling and use of substances
- consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety
- provide and maintain safe plant and equipment
- provide information, instruction and supervision for employees
- prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health
- maintain safe and healthy working conditions
- accept our responsibility for the health and safety of other people who may be affected by our activities
COSHH stands for 'Control of Substances Hazardous to Health'. Interclean E.M.S. Limited require that all cleaning materials used must be of an approved range and the suppliers must provide full safety data sheets for each item.
Our employees are not allowed to use any cleaning chemicals until they have received the necessary training and are fully aware of the relevant COSHH regulations. Every employee has a responsibility to see that these regulations are adhered to at all times.
New or updated COSHH data information is made available to all employees in accordance with our continuous training policy. Managers have a responsibility to ensure that every person using substances that may be hazardous to health is fully aware of COSHH regulations.
Materials handling and storage will comply with any special manufacturer's instructions in addition to those supplied with the relevant COSHH data sheet