Fairport undertakes all its assignments in a “Total Quality Management” manner together with those specific industry standards generally associated with its core bulk materials processing and handling markets.
Fairport operates within the statutory requirements of a proven health & safety programme, based on a professional education and training culture that actively embraces a corporate attitude and desire to continuously deliver Zero Accident Operations.
It is the policy of Fairport Engineering to comply with the terms of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and subsequent legislation. The Board of Directors have approved that its operations are executed at all times in such a way to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all its employees and all persons likely to be affected by its operations, including subcontractors, licensees and the public where appropriate.
Concern for health and safety is viewed in the same light as other management responsibilities and business objectives. The prevention of all accidents involving personal injury or property damage is essential to the effective operation of the company. The Company will ensure that adequate resources are available, that appropriate safety training and instruction is provided and that accident prevention is included in all relevant training programmes to ensure that legal obligations for health and safety are met.
The Company Health and Safety Manager together with Management will review this Policy on a regular basis and make recommendations to the Company Board of Directors for updating and modification if necessary.
The Board of Directors believe that every employee has a responsibility for health and safety within the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. It is therefore incumbent on all employees and subcontractors to take reasonable care for their own safety and the safety of any others who may be affected by their acts or omissions and also to co-operate with the Company in its arrangements to perform or comply with statutory safety obligations, which includes adherence to the Safety Policy which should read in conjunction with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.