B&M Roofing and Cladding are fully committed in the health and safety of their employees, contractors and general public and thus the Company has the necessary systems to carry out works safely, following audited policies and procedures.
Health and Safety issues are of a high importance to the company and a joint obligation between the contractor and the client to comply with all legal requirements. B&M Roofing & Cladding adheres to the Health and Safety at Work Act, Working at Height, Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 and other regulation that apply to work.
Training – All our employees and sub-contractors hold the relevant qualifications in respect of our work which include PASMA, IPAF and CSCS cards.
Asbestos – Our operatives have been trained in United Kingdom Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) Asbestos Awareness and Non Licensable Work with Asbestos.
Site Health and Safety Documentation – On each contract a site induction is delivered to all operatives to ensure that all aspects of the contract are fully understood. Site inspections are carried out during the project to ensure that best practice and Company health and safety procedures are followed. Method Statements and Risk Assessments are issued to clients for approval and to the Supervisor and Operatives, prior to project commencement.
Personal Protective Equipment – Harnesses and lanyards attached to suitable fall arrest equipment to be worn by operatives, high visibility jackets, safety boots, gloves, overalls, respiratory masks and helmets where Risk Assessments deem necessary.
Fire Protection – Hot working regulations are complied with where the risk of a source of ignition is created through our work process. Our company vehicles carry fire extinguishers.
External Health and Safety Consultants – B&M Roofing & Cladding Ltd use the services of 1-2Call Worksafe Ltd an external local Health and Safety Consultancy and training provider. The assistance includes updating our Company health and safety policy and associated procedures and systems of work. Site visits, site audits, assistance with risk assessments, training courses, tool box talks and a 24-hour on call service for advice with the legislation is provided.