Our health and safety policy

UCAS recognises our responsibilities under health and safety legislation, and through our policies and procedures we will provide:

  • adequate resources to ensure effective health & safety management
  • risk assessments of our work activities
  • adequate control of risks arising from our work activities
  • adequate information, instruction, training and supervision
  • adequate facilities and arrangements for the welfare of our people while at work
  • safe systems for access and exit for employees, visitors and contractors
  • safe premises and equipment for all our stakeholders
  • a culture of safety and wellbeing

UCAS Chief Executive retains overall responsibility for implementation of this policy.

UCAS Executive is responsible for ensuring compliance with the policy and to lead and promote health & safety and wellbeing.

UCAS will do all that is reasonable and practicable to prevent accidents and work related ill health.

UCAS will consult on matters of health, safety & welfare with the Staff Consultation Group.

The detailed arrangements are contained within the SAFER documents.

This policy statement will be reviewed annually and revised as necessary.

 

Clare Marchant

Chief Executive

UCAS

July 2017