This statement forms our health and safety policy required under health and safety at Work Act 1974 (section 2 (3), Management of health and safety at work act 1999 and the Traffic signs manual 2009 chapter 8. The Safety Policy also includes; the responsibilities for Health and Safety; risk assessments; and the arrangements (protective and preventive measures) for Health and Safety.

It is our policy to comply with all Health and Safety Legislation; Acts, Regulation, Codes of Practice and other guidance. We will endeavour to provide a safe and healthy working environment including premises, plant, equipment and systems of work that are, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health. We shall consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety including the provision of health surveillance. We will endeavour to ensure the competency of our employees and shall provide necessary training to enable us to comply.

To ensure the policies are fully understood and implemented we will provide suitable and sufficient funding, information, instruction, supervision and training for all employees.

Employees must comply with any training which is provided and follow the arrangements for safe systems of work such as use of hazardous substances, manual handling and the use of any necessary personal protection equipment/clothing.

We accept responsibility for Health, Safety and Welfare of others (general public, sub-contractors and visitors) who may be affected by our business.

In order to gain the full co-operation and support of all employees a copy of this policy will be handed to all employees at the company induction. Furthermore the policy will be sited in reception and the workshop areas. A copy will be provided in the gang packs for all employees.

The Safety Policy will be kept up to date by periodical reviews (at least annually) and will take account of any views / suggestions of the employees, new equipment, processes or changes to work which affect Health and Safety.

Brian Cairns
Commercial Director

March 2017


Roadsafe Corporate Group Limited recognises the importance to its future of adopting a strategy, which bases the development of its business on the pursuit of quality throughout the organisation.
This commitment to quality is based on the principle that the effective and consistent implementation of operational systems, which reflect both customer and business requirements, will result in the continuous satisfaction of customer needs.

In order to achieve this we are committed to continuous improvement based on the ISO 9000:2008 and 14001:2004 International Quality Standards.

It is the policy of the Company to achieve this through the continual improvement of the Company’s activities by the planning, setting and implementation of specified and measurable quality objectives by the Management Team and the regular review of the effectiveness of the management system.
This commitment is based on the implementation of a management system that reflects the business requirements of the Company. This management system is defined in a documented manual (SQEM) which provides clear standards and guidelines in all the appropriate areas of the Company’s activities.
The Quality Policy is clearly positioned in the reception area for view of all employees and a copy is provided to all new starters in the induction process. As part of the induction process all employees are encouraged to provide feedback on the way that the Quality Policy and the Safety, Quality, Environmental and Training Plan can be improved.

We will review this policy and any consider alterations that are suggested by employees on at least an annual basis or when circumstances change that may affect our policy.

Brian Cairns
Commercial Director

March 2017


Roadsafe Corporate Group Ltd is a professional and environmentally conscious organisation, which acknowledges the impact that our operations may potentially have on the environment. The clear objective of the company is to minimise any impact on the environment by:
• Preventing pollution, reducing waste and ensuring wherever practical measures are implemented to protect and preserve natural habitats, flora and fauna;
• Considering the effects that our operations may have on the local community;
• Taking action to eliminate or reduce as far as practicable, any potentially adverse environmental impacts;
• Promote environmental awareness amongst our suppliers, contractors and partners by implementation of operational procedures;
• Seek to work in partnership with the community by behaving in a considerate and socially responsible manner;
• Ensure effective and expedient incident control, investigation and reporting

Management and supervisory staff have responsibilities for the implementation of the policy and must ensure that environmental issues are given adequate consideration in the planning and day-to-day supervision of all work.
The company will fully comply with the duties placed upon it within the requirements of Statutory Legislation, whilst at all times complying with, as a matter of best practice, the requirements and duties set out within Approved Guidance as issued by the Environment Agency and other organizations.
All employees and sub-contractors are expected to co-operate and assist in the implementation of this policy, whilst ensuring that their own works, so far as is reasonably practicable, are carried out without risk to themselves, others or the environment. This includes co-operating with management on any environment related matte
The company will take all practical steps to ensure that potential hazards and risks to the environment are identified and that suitable and effective preventative and control measures are implemented. All employees will be provided with the necessary resources, equipment, information, instruction and training to fulfill the requirements of this policy.
The Directorate has overall responsibility for all Environmental matters. The operation of this policy and the associated procedures will be monitored and reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that they remain current and applicable to the company's activities.

All employees are briefed on the company’s Environmental Policy and given a copy of the policy statement when they join the company. In addition the Environmental Policy and Improvement Plan are briefed to all employees through the regular briefing process at least once a year and whenever they are significantly amended. As part of the briefing process all employees are encouraged to provide feedback on the way the Environmental Policy and Improvement Plan can be improved.

Brian Cairns
Commercial Director

March 2017


Roadsafe Corporate Group Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.
All employees and other individuals will receive equal treatment regardless of colour, nationality, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sex, marital status, sexuality, disability, age or political views. No employees will be disadvantaged by a condition or requirement which cannot be shown to be justifiable.
Selection criteria and procedures will be continually reviewed to ensure that applicants are assessed purely on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities.
All promotion is strictly on the basis of ability to do the job. No decision in relation to promotion will be made on a discriminatory basis.
Equal consideration will be given to all employees for training and development.
Any age restrictions that are imposed by the Company will be justifiable and non-discriminatory.

All employees and other individuals working at the Company must be aware of this policy and ensure that their behaviour is non-discriminatory.
Managers are responsible for implementing this policy within their departments and ensuring that any problems are dealt with promptly.
Disciplinary action will be taken against any employee who is found to be in breach of this policy.


Brian Cairns
Commercial Director


March 2017 


We are committed to:

  • Continuous improvement in our Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy;
  • Encouraging our business partners to strive for matching performance;
  • Acting in a socially responsible way;
  • Encouraging our staff to be mindful of the effect of their actions on any natural resource.

Standards of business conduct

We will assess which social issues are of most relevance to the contract and decide at what stage in the procurement lifecycle this social policy could most effectively and legally be included;
We shall operate in a way that safeguards against unfair business practices;
We believe that a responsible approach to developing relationships between companies and the communities they serve, global or local, is a vital part of delivering business success;
When carrying out our business, in consultation with our customers, we will determine the environmental, social and economic issues;
Our contracts will clearly set out the agreed terms, conditions and the basis for our relationship;
We will continually review our policies and business practices to encourage engagement with small and medium enterprises and to promote the development of the regional supply chain.

Our objective is to endeavour to reduce our impact on the environment through a commitment to continual improvement;
We will continue to work with our vendors to reduce their impact on the environment;
We will assess production, the usage and disposal associated with the goods we operate with

Human Rights
We aim to support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights;
Vendors are actively encouraged to observe international human rights norms within their work.

Equality and Diversity
We aim to eliminate discrimination on any grounds and promote equality of opportunity in the supply chain
We will ensure that our customers and vendors are able to work together in confidence and be treated with respect by each party;
Our range of contracts will take account of the needs of a diverse customer base.

A Sustainable Procurement Policy will be maintained that will set out the principles, policies and procedures on which sustainable business activity within Company will be based.
The policy will act as a prompt to staff to consider sustainability as a factor in all purchasing decisions;
We seek to minimise the adverse environmental effects of people travelling to and from our offices.

Brian Cairns
Commercial Director

March 2017