At Anchor Safety, our health-and-safety policies ensure we comply with the law but also protect our employees on and off-site, as well as visitors to our building. We implement and enforce effective processes to prevent accidents and injury in the workplace, and expect the organisations within our supply chain to do the same. We also use a trusted social audit programme to verify that all our suppliers provide a safe work environment for their employees.

Health & Safety Policy Statement

We demand that our suppliers prioritise health and safety. As such, Anchor Safety's partners are fully aware of their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and subordinate legislation. They are committed to managing their activities to deliver an acceptably high level of protection for the health and safety of their employees, customers, the general public and the environment.

Our partners and suppliers regard this objective as a key management responsibility, ranking equally with their other main objectives. To meet this aim, each organisation will:

1.Provide, maintain and encourage safe methods of work, safe working conditions and a healthy environment.
2. Provide health-and-safety training or instruction as necessary to personnel at all levels.
3. Offer consultation on health-and-safety matters for all employees.
4. Provide and display the necessary written instructions to assist in the regulation of health-and-safety practices and operations.
5. Promote the personal responsibility and effort of employees to avoid and prevent health hazards and injuries to themselves, other employees and members of the public.

Anchor Safety believes that all injuries at work are preventable and wishes to actively promote the highest level of safety awareness and individual accountability.

Although ultimate responsibility for health and safety rests with the partners, all employees have a shared responsibility to maintain high standards of health, safety and environmental protection.