Our continued commitment to improve H&S across all our sites.
Health and safety is of paramount importance to us. We pride ourselves on our continued commitment to effectively managing all aspects of health, safety and environmental issues across our company.
Our sites are inspected by our dedicated NEBOSH accredited Health and Safety Manager and HCS Safety– our Health & Safety Advisors in accordance with our Health and Safety Policy. These monthly inspections are complemented by site visits from Considerate Constructors. This ensures we strive for continued improvement of health and safety across all our sites.
Our Health and Safety Policy includes procedures on training, awareness and competence for all our employees. The aims are to provide all staff with the appropriate training and awareness according to their position, the work they undertake and their health and safety responsibilities.
We have also worked with our staff to develop our Safety in Focus initiative. This sets out our company-wide approach to managing health and safety and engages staff, subcontractors, partners and customers with our mission. Setting out our key messages, it underlines the fact that safety is our number one consideration in everything we do.
This initiative provides a tangible health and safety commitment enabling us to further enhance our safety culture and continue to create positive attitudes, a focus on learning, continuous improvement and a sense of responsibility across the firm.
Download our insurance policies, accreditations and health & safety policies listed below >>
• LST Environmental Policy
• CHAS Certificate of Accreditation
• Constructionline Certificate of Accreditation
• LST Projects Health & Safety Policy
• LST Projects Insurance
• Alcumus ISOQAR Certificate of Registration
• SafeContractor (SafePQQ) Certificate of Accreditation
Our staff receive appropriate training for their job roles including:
• Site manager’s SMSTS certification
• IOSH Qualifications
• NEBOSH Construction training
• First Aid
• Forklift training