FPI NorthWest Limited is committed to comply with relevant environmental procedures with regards to waste and waste disposal.
- Waste minimisation will be achieved through on site monitoring of waste generated and the need to reduce waste wherever possible.
- We aim to reduce the materials used wherever possible and to re-use or re-cycle materials in order to reduce the use of resources and the need to dispose of solid waste to landfill.
- FPI will dispose of all waste in a safe and responsible manner and will look to expand the practice of recycling such waste.
- FPI will look to protect the natural environment by complying with current regulations and impending EC legislation and by minimising all emissions to land, sea and air.
- FPI staff will regularly review the way in which we generate and dispose of waste, especially whilst on site.
- In addition to our own waste policy, FPI will also adhere to customers own waste procedures whilst on the customer sites.
4th January 2010.
This is the Sustainable Procurement Policy Statement of FPI NorthWest Limited
Our statement of intent is:
FPI NorthWest Limited recognises its responsibility to carry out its procurement activities in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. We will strive to incorporate environmental and social considerations into our product and service selection process.
To allow us to meet our aims we will:
- Develop clear objectives and tools to minimise the environmental and social effects associated with the products and services we purchase
- Identify the mechanisms that we intend to use to incorporate environmental and social factors into our procurement process
- Develop a process to measure our progress
- Clearly specify the role that our purchasing team will play in the identification and selection of sustainable products and services
- Identify and implement necessary changes to the procurement process and specifications to ensure non-discrimination against local and smaller suppliers
(Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974)
This is the Health and Safety Policy Statement of FPI NorthWest Limited
Our statement of general policy is:
- To provide adequate control of the health and safety risks arising from our work activities;
- To consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety;
- To provide and maintain safe plant and equipment;
- To ensure safe handling and use of substances;
- To provide information, instruction and supervision for employees;
- To ensure all employees are competent to do their tasks, and to give them adequate training;
- To prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health;
- To maintain safe and healthy working conditions; and
- To review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals.
This is the General Method Statement of FPI NorthWest Limited
As part of our general working procedures …
- Safety clothing/footwear (PPE) must be worn by FPI staff at all times when on our own and our customer premises
- FPI staff will be expected to wear additional PPE equipment when on specific customer sites. This additional equipment may well relate to such items as safety glasses, ear plugs, high-viz clothing, etc..
- FPI employees will be provided with all relevant PPE equipment
- FPI employees will be expected to maintain their PPE equipment in a safe and working order
With reference to contract ‘x’, all employees of FPI NorthWest Limited will have familiarisation with appropriate rules and regulations of the following legislation:
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
- Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992
- Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1997
- Pressure Equipment Regulations 1999
- Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000
- Personal Protective Equipment at Work (PPE) Regulations 1992
- Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
- Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981
- Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurences (RIDDOR) Regulations 1995
- The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 1994
- Environment Agency – Pollution Prevention Guidelines
All FPI NorthWest Limited personnel will be company approved ‘competent persons’.
All FPI NorthWest Limited personnel will be familiar with safe working and lock-off procedures.
Contractor ‘X’ will notify FPI NorthWest Limited if further training or procedures (e.g. site induction) need to be carried out prior to commencement of works.
Whilst on site, FPI NorthWest Limited personnel will …
- Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of people affected by what they do or do not do.
- Co-operate fully with contractor personnel to comply with health and safety laws.
- Not intentionally or recklessly interfere with, or misuse anything provided for the purpose of health, safety and welfare.
- Use all machinery, equipment, personal protective equipment, means of production, transport equipment and safety devices in accordance with training and instructions given.
- Inform the contractor of any work situation involving serious or immediate danger to anyone’s health and safety.
- Inform the contractor of any general shortcomings to protect personnel.
- Immediately report any accidents, dangerous occurrences, near misses or relevant cases of ill health to the contractor.
- Inform the contractor, where relevant, of any condition affecting the health and ability of anyone to work safely.
- Take note of the contractors health and safety policy and observe its requirements at all times.
- Follow agreed working methods and practices.
- Ensure that employees of FPI NorthWest Limited are aware of the fire and emergency precautions of the site.
- Ensure that work areas are left in a clean and tidy condition at the end of the working day.
- Laise and co-operate with the contractor and their representatives at all times.
Monitoring and compliance will be carried out by a senior representative of FPI NorthWest Limited.
Enforcement will be carried out by joint representation of the contractor and FPI NorthWest Limited.
This is the Equality and Diversity Policy Statement of FPI NorthWest Limited
FPI NorthWest Limited are committed to being an equal opportunities employer and to valuing diversity by providing equality of opportunity to applicants and staff and by following working practices that are free from unfair and unlawful discrimination and encourage mutual trust and respect for individuals
The aim of the equality and diversity in employment policy is to ensure that no applicant or member of staff receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of:
- Race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins
- Religion or belief
- Sexual orientation
- Spent convictions
or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be relevant to performance.
This policy also seeks to ensure that no member of staff is victimised or subjected to any form of bullying or harassment in the workplace.
All members of staff have the right:
- To work in an environment free from discrimination, harassment and bullying;
- To have equal access to training, career development and promotion opportunities;
- To seek re-dress, without fear of victimisation, when they perceive they have been discriminated against, harassed or bullied in the workplace.
While specific responsibility for eliminating unlawful discrimination and providing equality of opportunity rests with senior managers, the managing director expects that all staff will treat others with dignity and respect.
This policy applies to all FPI NorthWest Limited staff.
This is the Environmental Policy Statement of FPI NorthWest Limited
FPI NorthWest Limited is a professional and environmentally conscious organisation, which acknowledges the impact that our operations may potentially have on the environment. Our clear objective is to minimise any impact on the environment by:
- Preventing pollution, reducing waste and ensuring that, wherever practical, measures are implemented to protect and preserve natural habitats, flora and fauna
- Considering the effects that our operations may have on the local community
- Taking action to eliminate or reduce, as far as is practicable, any potentially adverse environmental impacts
- Promoting environmental awareness amongst our suppliers, contractors and partners by implementation of operational procedures
- Seeking to work in partnership with the community by behaving in a considerate and socially responsible manner
- Ensuring effective and expedient incident control, investigation and reporting
Management and supervisory staff have responsibilities for the implementation of the policy and must ensure that environmental issues are given adequate consideration in the planning and day-to-day supervision of all work.
All employees and sub-contractors are expected to co-operate and assist in the implementation of this policy, whilst ensuring that their own works, so far as reasonably practicable, are carried out without risk to themselves, others or the environment. This includes co-operating with management on any environment related matter.
We will take all practical steps to ensure that potential hazards and risks to the environment are identified and that suitable and effective preventive and control measures are implemented. All employees will be provided with the necessary resources, equipment, information, instruction and training to fulfil the requirements of this policy.
We will fully comply with the statutory duties placed upon us, whilst at all times complying with, as a matter of best practice, the requirements and duties set out within Approved Guidance as issued by the Environment Agency and other organisations. As part of our commitment to maintaining the highest levels of environmental management, it is our intention that we will work towards environmental management systems compliant with ISO14001.
The operation of this policy and the associated procedures will be monitored and reviewed on a regular basis.