Health & Safety

Matsuura Machinery Ltd (MML) is recognised as a market leader in the field of unmanned multi- pallet and multi-tasking CNC machine tools and their associated manufacturing process solutions. MML’s goal is to achieve excellence across its business operation. That vision and commitment recognises and extends to protecting its employees and anyone else who could be affected by its work activities wherever they are carried out. This is achieved through our Health and Safety management system that meets the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007.

* The company will so far as is reasonably practicable undertake the following:

* Ensure health and safety is incorporated into the management of its activities and facilities.

* Accept its collective role in providing health and safety leadership within the organisation by setting and reviewing annual safety objectives.

* Provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment giving due consideration to welfare issues, plant and equipment maintenance, safe access and egress and safe systems of work.

* The prevention of accidents and ill health.

* Provide appropriate information, instruction, training and supervision to everyone who could be affected by its work activities in order to prevent injury and ill health.

* Ensure the active participation of employees in improving health and safety.

* Ensure that this policy is communicated to all persons working under its control so that they are made aware of their individual H & S responsibilities.

* Monitor, review and audit the organisation's health and safety management system with the aim of continually improving its performance.

* Comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and associated Regulations, Approved Codes and Guidance which relate to its health and safety hazards.

MML expects all employees and contractors working on behalf of them to fully co-operate in the implementation of this health and safety policy.

The attention of all MML employees is drawn to their legal responsibilities under Section 7 of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and Regulation 14 the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 as outlined in the policy organisation.

The implementation of this policy will be of equal importance to all other management activities, including quality and service delivery.

The allocation of duties and responsibilities for health and safety matters and the particular arrangements made to implement the policy are set out in the Organisation and Arrangements section of the policy. The specific duties and responsibilities of the owner of a policy arrangement will be detailed in that policy arrangement.

This document has been produced in accordance with the general requirements of section 2(3) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and will be reviewed periodically, or following incidents/issues that necessitate policy changes. Any revisions will be brought to the attention of all employees.

This policy is available to all interested parties including the public.

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