Health and safety policies
Introduction to General Health and Safety policy
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Introduction to General Health and Safety
[Company] recognises and accepts its responsibility as an employer to maintain, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety and health of its employees, and of other persons who may affected by its activities.
It is your duty as an employee not to put at risk either yourself or others by your acts or omissions. You should also ensure that you are familiar with the Company health an
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31 October 2018
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Employee referencing documents
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Flexible working documents
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