Health and Safety

Mercury Training Services Ltd is committed to ensure as far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of its employees, all learners, contractors and other persons who may be affected by its operation, as outlined in this document and in accordance with current legislation, safe learner and safe guarding principles.

The policy will be applied equally and fairly without exception.

Mercury will achieve this by providing and maintaining places of work, learning environments and work equipment which are safe and free from risks to health. Mercury is committed to provide suitable arrangements for the welfare of employees, learners and contractors. All necessary information, training and supervision will be provided to ensure implementation of this policy.

The following document contains procedures and guidance for compliance by various groups including Employees, Contractors, and those in receipt of SFA Funded Programmes, all of which have a responsibility to observe and comply with current Health and Safety legislation within the workplace and learning environments respectively. It will also contain elements of the Safe Learner blue print for those directly or indirectly in receipt of SFA funded programmes.

Management, employees and Mercury members will do all that is reasonably practicable to avoid and/or reduce health and safety risks.

This policy will be reviewed periodically and revised if necessary.


Overall responsibilityMr Paul Lawton-JonesPosition: Managing Director
Responsible deputyMrs Clare FenthamPosition: Qualifications Co-ordinator
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