ROC Services
Health & Safety

Introduction to
Health & Safety

In compliance with the requirement of Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, ROC Service Ltd are effectively discharging their statutory duties by preparing a written Health and Safety Policy.

A copy of the policy and associated employee handbook, which outline our health and safety arrangements and organisational structure, are held at ROC Service Ltd’s main place of business.

ROC Service Ltd are aware that in order to ensure the health and safety policy is maintained effectively; it is essential that all references and information are up-to-date and accurate. Should any changes occur within the Company e.g. introduction of new processes or systems etc. or, if changes occur that impact on the organisation of health and safety responsibilities, a nominated representative will liaise with Citation Ltd, whose Health and Safety Consultants will advise on any policy updates that are needed and arrange for such amendments to be forwarded.

ROC Service Ltd will carry out an internal review of health and safety systems to establish if they require updating or improving.

The health and safety policy and management system requires constant monitoring by ROC Service Ltd’s management and reviewed particularly following changes to the Company and following accidents or incidents to ensure continual legal compliance. Citation Ltd will review the policy at the time of annual inspection.

In order for ROC Service Ltd to discharge its statutory duties, employees are required by law, to co-operate with management in all matters concerning the health, safety and welfare of themselves and any other person who may be affected by their acts or omissions whilst at work. ROC Service Ltd encourages all employees to inform management of any areas of the health and safety policy that they feel are inadequate or misrepresented to ensure that the policy is maintained as a true working document.

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