Organisational Responsibilities

Managing Director

Will have overall responsibility for ensuring that the provisions of the policy are carried out.

The Managing Director will ensure that he has contact at all times with his Field Agents, Site Manager and Site Safety Officers and is made aware of all the activities that his employees are carrying out.

The Managing Director will engage the services of a suitably qualified Health and Safety Adviser who can competently advise him of up to date changes in legislation and current industry best practices.
 
The Health and Safety Adviser

Will ensure that the Managing Director is kept up to date with changes in legislation, industry best practices that affect CCL activities.

Additionally, he will:
  • Regularly carry out safety audits of safety systems and risk control techniques of CCL and potential Clients
  • Oversee and assist in the compilation of the risk assessment programme
  • Oversee and assist in C.O.S.H.H. assessments
  • Compile quarterly accident statistic reports and report on any identified accident trends
  • Advise on any health and safety training needs within the company
  • Consult with the relevant Enforcing Authorities
  • Advise on all other health, safety and welfare matters relevant to CCL activities
Field Agents

Have the responsibility for the negotiating and setting up of contracts on behalf of CCL

Field Agents will ensure all relevant health and safety information regarding the potential site is received from the Client to ensure that suitably trained and qualified temporary placement personnel are selected for the site.

To this end, Field Agents must obtain from potential Clients,
  • Regularly carry out safety audits of safety systems and risk control techniques of CCL and potential Clients
  • Oversee and assist in the compilation of the risk assessment programme
  • Oversee and assist in C.O.S.H.H. assessments
  • Compile quarterly accident statistic reports and report on any identified accident trends
  • Advise on any health and safety training needs within the company
  • Consult with the relevant Enforcing Authorities
  • Advise on all other health, safety and welfare matters relevant to CCL activities
Site Manager

Has the responsibility to ensure that the work specified in the Clients Contract agreement is carried out safely and any deviation from the contract is negotiated in full with the Client.

Furthermore, the Site Manager will ensure,
  • Adequate site supervision at all times
  • Suitably qualified personnel are carrying out the work they are hired for
  • Local site rules are translated into English
  • All CCL employees attend site safety induction course and a record of attendance is forwarded to CCL head office
  • The Clients relevant health and safety information is communicated and understood by all CCL employees
  • All statutory health and safety inspections are carried out at CCL employees placement
  • Safety method statements and risk assessments are presented to Clients on time when requested
  • Health and Safety site inspection reports are received from the Client
  • An accident report book is kept on site and a copy of all accidents, whether lost-time accidents or otherwise is forwarded, without delay to CCL head office. In the case of reportable accidents, contact with the Managing Director must be made by the quickest possible means (telephone) without delay
  • Oversee and assist in any accident investigation
  • Attend site safety meetings or appoint a competent person in his absence
  • Minutes of safety meetings are taken and forwarded to CCL head office
  • Adequate number of safety representatives and representatives of safety are given the opportunity to be appointed and attend site safety meetings
  • Communication with CCL employees is maintained at all times
  • Each employee receives and signs for a copy of the CCL employee safety handbook
  • Completion of site risk rating appraisal form
Site Supervisor/Safety Officer

Will ensure all work carried out by CCL employees on site is done so in a safe manner and within the requirements of the Client's site rules.

Furthermore he will ensure,
  • Good communication between Client and himself
  • Local site rules are being adhered to by all CCL employees
  • All plant and equipment used by CCL employees is safe and without significant risk to health
  • All CCL employees are carrying out duties within their capabilities
  • All CCL employees under his charge act as ambassadors for the company ''Appropriate personal protective equipment is made available, worn, maintained and stored correctly by CCL employees
  • Investigate and report on all accidents on site
  • Carry out risk assessments whenever necessary
Employees

Will ensure that they behave and carry out their work in a responsible and safe manner at all times and respect local customs of the country they are employed in.

Furthermore they will,
  • Take reasonable care for the health safely and welfare of himself and other persons, not only in what they do but also what they may fail to do
  • Co-operate with CCL and Client management to enable compliance with any statutory requirement
  • Familiarise themselves with and operate company safety procedures and practices
  • Make proper and effective use of anything, which CCL is required to provide for their health, safety and welfare
  • Assist in hazard identification and the risk assessment program
Safety Representatives

Will be afforded those facilities laid down by Regulations, to enable them to carry out their duties.
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