The following is a statement of the Company’s General Health & Safety Policy in accordance with section (II) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

M. Marcus Ltd. understands the need for successful Health & Safety management policies. To sustain that commitment we will continually measure, monitor and revise where necessary an annual plan to ensure that Health and Safety standards are adequate.

  • It is the policy of M. Marcus to ensure, so far as is reasonable practical, the Health, Safety and Welfare of all the employees working for the Company. Equally, we accept a similar responsibility for the Health and Safety of the other persons who may be affected by our actions. Every employee has a legal and moral obligation to see that acts or omissions do not place other employees, members of the public or colleagues in jeopardy.
  • The Company regards all Health and Safety Legislation as the bare minimum and expects management to achieve their managerial targets without compromising Health and Safety.
  • The Company will provide so far practical, safe places and systems of work, safe plant and machinery, safe handling of materials and substance, the provision of adequate safety equipment and ensure that appropriate information, instruction, and training is given.
  • The Company will ensure that suitable and sufficient risk assessments are completed as required by statutory legislation and all recommendations implemented. When this has been undertaken all necessary employees will be provided with sufficient information to enable them to complete their work activity safely.
  • The Company will ensure continued consultation with the workplace to enable all view points and recommendations to be discussed at regular intervals.

All employees have duties under the Health and Safety at work etc. Act 1974 and they are informed of their personal responsibilities to take due care of the Health & Safety of themselves and to ensure that they do not endanger other persons by their acts or omissions. They are also informed that they must co-operate with the Company in order that it can comply with the legal requirements placed upon it in the implementation of this Policy.