Health and Safety

Health & Safety Policy Statement

Braybrook Limited as a leading Building and Railway Contractor is committed to continuous improvement, and investment, to ensure maintaining high standards of system management and cooperation with all regulatory authorities, thus ensuring a safe, healthy and environmentally acceptable code of working practices for our activities.

Our aim is to reduce and/or minimise the risk impacted by our business activities on our employees. The organisation also recognises its responsibilities and fully accepts, its statutory moral responsibilities to provide the highest standard of health and safety protection for its staff and subcontractors, plus any others who may be affected by our undertakings.

Objectives

The purpose of this policy is to give the overall objectives of the organisation as related to Health, Safety & Welfare of our employees, clients, subcontractors, suppliers, our environment and the international standards to which we subscribe.

This Policy is subject to annual review or following significant change to legislation or our business practices, and is available to any interested party and provides the framework for establishing Health and Safety Targets and Objectives.

This policy is a living document and is a formal statement of intention endorsed by the Senior Management Team and the Rail Director.

Policy Statement of Intent

As a minimum the company seeks to comply with all current and future relevant health and safety legislation and other requirement, to which we subscribe, and too continually monitor, review and improve our performance.

We shall ensure that all our employees and others who come under our control have the requirements of our standards and procedures communicated to them and also that we will ensure these requirements are understood. These requirements will be periodically reviewed.

We will review our QHSE performance through appropriate measurement & analysis to support our continual improvement of the Integrated Business Management System (BMS) and our associated business performance.

We will provide adequate resource, time, people and the finance to ensure the sustainability of the BMS.

We will promote a safe working environment and provide resources for Behavioural Based Safety regimes to help promote a safety culture

We will continue to strive to prevent injury and ill health to employees and others who are subject to our activities. Detailed analysis will ensure we evaluate root cause of problems and prevent reoccurrence.

To provide our employees with the necessary supervision, instruction, training and information needed to ensure that quality and safe working practices are adhered to, and to develop safety awareness amongst our employees.

Form partnerships with subcontractors and suppliers to ensure excellent overall performance giving client satisfaction.

Provide the necessary Personal Protective Equipment and training for the tasks to be performed

Management, employees and subcontractors are required to observe and comply with current Health & Safety Legislation, London Underground, DLR and Network Rail Standard Requirements

This policy shall be reviewed annually.

L. Goodacre – Rail Director
Dated February 2017

Safety Control

  • Dedicated Project Management Team
  • HSQE Support
  • Site Supervision
  • Planned Audit & Inspection Processes
  • Trained Operatives
  • Progress and Safety Meetings
  • SPI & KPI Reporting
  • Performance analysis & remediation

Accident frequency rates

YEAR FATALITIES RIDDOR MINOR RIDDOR NEAR MISS TOTAL MAN HRS AFR
2013 0 0 0 0 23900 0
2014 0 0 0 0 34624 0
2015 0 0 0 0 38941 0
2016 0 0  0 0  46840 0

AFR = Total Incidents/Accidents ÷ Man Hours Worked x 100,000