Busy Cleaning Company Policies

Health and Safety

It is the objective of Busy Cleaning, Cleaning Services that employees and others be protected, so far as is reasonably practicable, from risks to healthy and safety arising from work activities.

This will be achieved by adopting a safety management strategy that will include the provision of safe working systems and appropriate procedures to cater for all significant risks.

The policy will be supported by the issue of safety rules and general procedures. These will each be subject to review and revision by management, in conjunction with the safety Committee as necessary. The safety organisation and arrangements for implementing this policy will be publicised to all employees.

The responsibility for achieving and adhering to acceptable safety standards rests not only with the employer but also with employees, sub- contractors and suppliers of materials to be used at work.

Employers are required by law to publish this safety policy. It is the duty of all employees not only to read this document carefully but to take an active interest in achieving safety at work.

The successful implementation of this policy is dependent upon the whole – hearted co-operation of all levels of employee and management.

This statement of policy will be reviewed and revised as appropriate, to take into account changes in circumstances or in legal requirements.

Environmental Policy

environmentalBusy Cleaning, is committed to using products, practices and materials that minimise damage to the environment.

Wherever reasonably possible, Busy Cleaning, will use recyclable materials and products in favour of less environmentally friendly equivalents.

Waste disposal will always be performed in compliance with industry best practices and standards as well as in accordance with all manufacturers recommendations. Where specialist disposal is required the appropriate services will be contracted externally in the unlikely event of them not already being available within the Busy Cleaning organisation.