Health & Safety Policy

The company believes that excellence in the management of health and safety is an essential element within its overall business plan – a good health and safety record goes hand in hand with high productivity and quality standards.

People are the most important asset to this company, and therefore we are totally committed to ensuring their health, safety and welfare at all times.

From an economic point of view, the company believes that prevention is not only better, but cheaper than cure. There is no necessary conflict between humanitarian and commercial consideration. Profits and safety are not in competition. On the contrary, safety is good business.

The company is committed to ensuring that it complies with all relevant health and safety legislation. Where it is reasonably practicable to do so, the company will strive to go beyond the requirements of legislation.

The company is committed to ongoing monitoring and review processes, so that continual improvement in the management of health and safety can be achieved.

  • To provide adequate control of the Health and Safety risks arising from our work activities;

  • To provide adequate resources for the purpose of Health & Safety;

  • To consult with our employees on matters affecting their Health & Safety;

  • To provide and maintain safe plant and equipment;

  • To ensure safe handling and use of substances;

  • To provide information, instruction and supervision for employees;

  • To ensure all employees are competent to do their tasks, and to give them adequate training;

  • To prevent accidents and cases of work related ill health;

  • To maintain safe and healthy working conditions; and

  • To review and revise this policy at regular intervals.


Fire Policy

Gemini Print will undertake to do all that is reasonable to prevent fires in any of the organisations premises and will comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. In addition, fire precautions will be in place to minimise the effect of a fire should one break out.

In the event of a fire occurring, the first priority must be to save lives. Saving of buildings and equipment is a secondary consideration. However, damage caused by fire can seriously disrupt the business and every reasonable effort will be made to prevent such damage occurring.

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