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The health and safety of employees is of paramount importance to KJT Group Ltd. In order to maintain our focus, we employ a very proactive approach to health and safety and integrate this system into the everyday management of the company.

The organisation is committed to the Occupational Health and Safety Management with the requirements of BS OHSAS 18002:2007 and relevant legislation, regulations and the specific requirements of contract specifications and schedules. This commitment is emphasised further by our own specialist SHEF Manager, who manages and implements our health and safety strategy.

The following text provides a summary of our health and safety business process:

  • All employees receive induction training in the first instance, and where appropriate undertake specific training to be competent while operating equipment required for their work.
  • Key personnel have been assigned specific health and safety duties as detailed in our Company Health and Safety Policy.
  • Promote culture that all personnel are responsible for health and safety and will work willingly toward achievement of the company health and safety objectives.
  • Comprehensive risk assessments and method statements are published and reviewed frequently to determine any additional risk control measures.
  • Promotion of open communication policy means employees consult directly with supervisors, managers or the Managing Director on issues that may affect their health and safety.
  • All operatives are Rolo/CSCS, CITB/CSCS registered.
  • Supervisors and managers hold SSSTS and SMSTS qualifications.
  • All equipment is suitable for its intended use and is subject to frequent inspection, testing, maintenance and statutory examinations. (Appropriate certificates held).
  • Health and safety audits carried out at KJT Group Ltd operated sites on a regular basis.
  • We deliver "tool box talks" and education of topical health and safety issues and legislation to all employees on a quarterly basis.
  • An internal reporting system is in place that effectively captures all relevant incidents and enables regular review of accident book entries, near miss reports, maintenance and defect logs and reports made under RIDDOR.
  • Overriding policy that all accidents are investigated, the degree of investigation proportionate to the severity of the incident.
  • Accident Investigations are conducted internally by Health and Safety Department.