HEALTH AND SAFETY
ClearSite is committed to maintaining the highest standards of safety in performing stripout and site clearance services for our clients.
Our Safety Policy provides the necessary controls required for the protection of our employees’ health, safety and welfare, as well as for the protection of others who may be affected by the tasks, operations, processes and locations under the control of ClearSite for the duration of a project. Although the standards established by national legislation will apply as a minimum, ClearSite always strive to achieve best practice in every task in which we operate.
We assess each site on an individual basis and use our experience to develop specifically detailed Method Statements and Risk Assessments for the necessary site clearance. When required, we can provide an environmental management plan to reduce the environmental impact of noise, dust, odour, waste and hazardous materials.
At ClearSite, we are committed to training our operatives on a continuous basis. All our workers have the following training and qualifications:
• Health and Safety Awareness
• Asbestos Awareness
• Fire Safety Awareness
• Manual Handling
• Working at Heights
• Face-Fit Certificates
• Valid CSCS Card
Other qualifications include:
• First Aid
• UKATA – Cat B
• CPCS – Dumper
• CPCS – Above and Below 10 tonnes
These strengths are of paramount importance and we at ClearSite view it as an essential part of the business. We are therefore fully committed to the Government’s CSCS card scheme.
At ClearSite, we recognise our responsibility to the environment and are consequently committed to achieving the highest standards of environmental performance. ClearSite acknowledges that due to the nature of our business, our operations have direct and indirect environmental impact. We aim to reduce this impact and operate in an environmentally responsible manner by promoting a strict waste segregation and recycling policy within the company.