The Braas Monier Group is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for its stakeholders and to conducting our worldwide businesses in a safe manner. Health & Safety are core values that are strongly incorporated into all aspects of our business.
We integrate Health & Safety objectives into our management systems at all levels of the Braas Monier Group. Management is accountable for the prevention of injuries and occupational illnesses. Employees are also expected to demonstrate that Health & Safety are core values through their behaviour.
Prevention efforts include the implementation of action plans involving the entire workforce, enforcing that Health & Safety is not just one of many priorities, but one of the key values underpinning our operations. Training ensures that our employees are aware of risks and are skilled to responsibly handle Health & Safety issues.
For a copy of our local Safety, Health, Environment and Quality Policy Statement, please click here.
For a copy of our local Health and Safety Policy Statement, please click here.
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) or CSR (Construction Skills Register) in Northern Ireland card, is the industry's largest scheme and, at present, covers 220 occupations including trades, technical, supervisory and management.
All Braas Monier customer interfacing staff hold up to date CSCS or CSR qualifications valid for either three or five years.
This shows Braas Monier's commitment to Health and Safety, as all cardholders have to pass the appropriate CITB-Construction Skills Health and Safety Test.
Most contractors and clients now demand proof of competence, before allowing workers onto their sites, which is provided by a CSCS card.
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