Lee Warren’s number one priority and absolute commitment above all other influences and drivers is one of safe delivery. This commitment is not only made to our clients and workforce, but also extends to all those individuals and other external organisations that may at any time interface with, or, be exposed to any of Lee Warren’s business activities and/or operations.
Being “risk aware, not risk averse” is the foundation stone of Lee Warren’s entire approach to the management of Health & Safety within their business. Lee Warren have therefore implemented a Health and Safety Strategy that has at its heart the concepts of a “Sensible” approach to Health and Safety, and, demonstrable continual improvement. Lee Warren believe that Sensible Health and Safety awareness and effective training programmes will be the key in ensuring that management, staff and operatives can deliver on their service priorities whilst ensuring the risks are managed in a proportionate and legal manner.
The aim of our strategy is to deliver improvements to the capacity for Lee Warren to identify and handle risk effectively, by creating and implementing an effective performance management framework and reporting structure, that will enable it to demonstrate continual improvement in the management of health and safety, and the contribution such improvements have made to the overall handling of risk avoidance and mitigation.
Having been endorsed by the Managing Director, Lee Warren’s strategy supports the implementation of the Lee Warren Health and Safety Policy, providing the direction and focus for the effective management and improvement of health and safety performance across all areas of our business activities.
The six principle health and safety aims of the company are to:-
1 Build a “Sensible Health and Safety” ethos into the company’s health and safety culture
2 Improve the way that health and safety performance is measured monitored and recorded.
3 Ensure that all people involved in delivery of the company’s services have the appropriate levels of competency to address their health and safety responsibilities.
4 Ensure that where the company contracts out work to other organisations or works in partnership with other organisations the occupational health and safety risks are properly considered and satisfactorily addressed.
5 Develop leadership skills for all Managers and Supervisors that improve the health and safety performance of the business.
6 Ensure that the company is a “learning” organisation by improving the way health and safety incidents are recorded, investigated and how lessons learnt are communicated.
By successful implementation of Lee Warren’s Health & Safety strategy and policy, Lee Warren will maximise the wellbeing of its workforce and ensure the safe and successful delivery of its projects.