NPL is commited to improving health and safety
Through positive support from management, well-trained staff and efficient systems, we maintain a high level of Health and Safety performance on site.
Our people are our greatest asset and we do not compromise on Health and Safety standards
Pete Thompson - CEO
NPL's commitment to the continual improvement of health and safety is demonstrated by the continued high level of recognition that NPL receives in the Annual RoSPA Research and Development Sector Awards. In 2018 we won the Sector Award and the prestigious George Earle Trophy.
RoSPA Research and Development Sector Awards
2018 – Sector Award & George Earle Trophy Winner
2017 – Sector Award Winner
2016 – Commended
2015 – President's Award
2014 – Highly Commended
2013 – Sector Award Winner
2012 – Sector Award Winner
2011 – Commended
2010 – Commended
2009 – Sector Award Winner
2008 – Highly Commended
2007 – Gold Medal
2006 – Gold Award
2005 – Gold Award
2004 – Gold Award
NPL's Health & Safety Policy
This policy applies to all NPL Management Ltd staff.
NPL Management Ltd shall provide and maintain a working environment that is as safe and healthy as is reasonably practicable at all places where the Company's staff or representatives may work, both for our staff members and our client or third parties using those facilities under our control or influence.
The Company goals of client satisfaction, ongoing business development and long term profitability are not in conflict with good safety practices. On the contrary, a good safety record is of great benefit to our business, whilst a safe and healthy working environment protects and encourages people, our most important asset.
All relevant statutory requirements will be complied with, at all times. These will be considered as a minimum standard and where reasonably practicable will be exceeded where necessary to meet the spirit of this policy.
It is Management's duty to ensure that staff members are well informed and receive adequate Health and Safety training, and that tasks are allocated only to staff members capable of filling those tasks in a manner safe to themselves and others. All staff members are required to understand their responsibilities and duties and to carry out those duties with the same diligence and priority as any other task. Nothing is more important than safety.
It is our policy to assess hazards and, through good organisation, planning and communication, minimise the risks and apply control measures to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable the health and safety of all. The minimisation of risk is the primary goal of this policy, with risk reduction and control measures being implemented where this is not practical or possible.
Each and every individual is duty bound to act in a safe manner. No staff or subcontractor must knowingly endanger themselves, their colleagues, staff members of other organisations or the general public by their own acts or omissions.