health and safety

Health and Safety

Health and safety in the workplace is not only very high on the political agenda, but also extremely important in the day to day management and operations of B&L Cleaning Services. We endeavour to keep our selves fully up to date with all legislation relating to our industry and ensure all staff are fully trained.

An example of the legislation we carefully monitor and adhere to includes the Health and Safety at work act 1974:-

All cleaning activities within a healthcare facility should conform to the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The act places a legal responsibility on everyone to work in a way that is safe. Managers and staff should therefore be trained in the requirements of the act and made aware of their responsibility to follow instructions in accordance with local policy and not place themselves, or others, in danger.

Healthcare facility staff and users should not be exposed to any health and safety risk whilst on the premises. All staff involved in cleaning activities should be made aware of, and understand, The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations and be trained in the use of cleaning products. The regulations aim to reduce exposure to hazardous substances to acceptable levels, in order to minimise risks to health.

If you want to know in more detail how we implement our health and safety polices please contact us here at B&L Cleaning Services.

What we specialise in

  • Offices
  • Schools
  • Colleges/Universities
  • Housing Associations
  • Management Companies
  • Banks & Building Societies
  • Retails Units
  • Health Authorities
  • Doctor's Surgeries
  • Restaurants & Bars
  • Supermarkets

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