Health & Safety Policy

Osborne Energy Limited is aiming to become an exemplary company, championing good practice in all of our activities within our industry. We shall achieve this by living the values and respecting the needs, expectations and social & economic wellbeing of all our stakeholders.

We recognise that Health and Safety is an essential component for our business performance resulting in our ongoing commitment to the prevention of injury and ill health for our employees, contractors, Green Deal Advisors and other stakeholders. To this end management are promoting best practice and are dedicated to a safety culture throughout the Company and to the provision of adequate resources for health & safety including equipment, training and access to expert advice. Hazards are identified and regular assessments of risks are undertaken, and adequate controls are put in place.

The Managing Director who is the registered Health and Safety Officer will make all funds necessary available for the management and promotion of health and safety. The Managing Director has nominated, Ms Debbie Austin, as the Health and Safety Advisor with day-to-day responsibility for health and safety matters.

The Health and Safety Advisor manages the day-to-day responsibilities for health and safety matters directly. The company site manager, John Puttick is trained and qualified to deal with construction site Health and Safety matters. The Managing Director has nominated for the Construction site Health and Safety manager to report to the Health and Safety Advisor.

To ensure compliance with CDM Regulations for external site projects we have retained Clearwater Safety Solutions as our Competent Person.

We are committed to continuous and effective improvements whilst at the same time complying, as a minimum, with appropriate legislation, regulation and any other requirements that we subscribe to. As part of our commitment to continual improvement, we shall consistently set and monitor measurable objectives and targets consistent with this policy.

Osborne Energy Limited has developed and integrated a management system in accordance with PAS99 to include the requirements of BS OHSAS 18001:2007, the Specification for Organisations providing the Green Deal Advice Service (GDAO), Version 005/2014 in compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 and relevant amendments.

This policy supports the OEP44 – Integrated Management Policy and the IMS in its documentation, implementation and maintenance. This process is supported by ensuring all employees, suppliers, Advisors and other stakeholders are consulted on matters pertaining to health and safety.