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Health & Safety

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Health & Safety is of primary importance to Secure Engineering. We comply with the terms of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and subsequent legislation to provide and maintain a healthy and safe working environment. Secure Engineering’s Health & Safety objective is to minimise the number of instances of occupational accidents and illnesses, and ultimately to achieve an accident-free workplace.

No matter how large or small the project, Secure Engineering makes correct Health & Safety procedures a priority. The company Intranet system ensures that all H&S documentation is supplied for every project. A built-in Risk Assessment generator simplifies and speeds up the process.

For larger projects, comprehensive Risk Assessments and Method Statements (RAMS) are specifically produced to suit the client’s documentation and project needs. Documentation can be supplied printed or in Word or PDF format files.

Our full training complement follows:
first aid training First Aid
The Secure Engineering team have up-to-date First Aid training. This includes Engineers, Systems Designers and office-based staff.

Safety Passport
This training scheme was developed to standardise health and safety instructions from site to site. It enables our team to work safely on each site, whilst streamlining induction time.

National Water Hygiene Scheme Training Course
This course is designed for those who work on sites where drinking water is processed. Accredited by the water industry, the course provides training on hygiene standards when working near drinking water.
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IPAF – Powered Access Licence
When working on CCTV cameras, high reach vehicles are vital to enable access. The IPAF licence ensures that our Engineers are fully trained to prepare, drive and operate these specialist vehicles safely.

Construction Skills Certification Scheme
This mandatory scheme proves that Secure Engineering is certified to work on building sites in a safe and considered way.

PASMA
This scheme is run by the lead trade association for the mobile access tower industry, and demonstrates that our Engineers are qualified to assemble and use mobile scaffolding.

Confined space training
Confined Space Training
The installation and maintenance of security systems can often take place in tight spaces when laying cable, and in the case of process management in the water industry, inside pipes and underneath manhole covers. Our Engineers are fully equipped and trained to work in confined spaces.

When working on or near the Public Highway, Secure use fully accredited Traffic Management contractors. Health & Safety documentation and TM plans can be included in any RAMS submitted to the client.

All HIAB vehicles and high-reach equipment used by Secure Engineering are fully tested and certificated (LOLER etc.)

If you would like a copy of Secure Engineering’s complete H&S policy please contact us.

telephone01622 844 244emailinfo@secureeng.co.uk

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