Health & Safety Policy Statement


Bright Hygiene attach the utmost importance to the safety, health and welfare of its employees. The Company will comply with the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and all subsequent regulations, including those implementing EC Directives.

The purpose of this document is to provide Bright Hygiene with a basic framework for health and safety. Together with the Statement of General Health and Safety policy and the accompanying sections it is the aim of Bright to achieve and maintain the target of a100% safety record.

The Directors will take steps so far as is reasonably practicable to ensure that the workplace is a safe and healthy environment in which its employees and others can work.

The Directors will make the necessary assessments, identify safety training and provide information and supervision for employees at all levels. They will provide the necessary safety devices and protective clothing,

To ensure the successful implementation of the policy, the positions below have the following outline responsibilities:

Managing Director Overall responsibility for all matters relating to Health and Safety is awarded a high priority. Including the use of specialist competent experts where deemed necessary.

Operations Manager Responsible for communicating the company procedures to all employees and ensuring their implementation through planned and random audits and inspections.

Ensuring all employees are suitably trained and competent to carry out their duties.

Ensuring all contractors carry out their duties in accordance with current H&S legislation and Bright Hygiene Management policies and procedures.

Ensuring all decisions are made with due regard to the practical requirements of both industrial and environmental Health and Safety.

All employees Shall comply with the companies policies and safe systems of work and will exercise due regard for their own safety and the safety of those affected by their activities.

Anntara Ltd. Retained Health and Safety advisory, responsible for communicating, educating and training on new legislation.