Health and Safety

Company Policy on Health and Safety at Work

Europartnership UK Limited recognises and accepts its responsibility as
an employer for providing a safe and healthy workplace and working environment
for all of its employees.

Europartnership will ensure compliance with all relevant UK Safety
Legislation currently in force and any new legislation that is introduced. In
taking reasonable and practical steps to meet this responsibility, particular
attention will be given to the provision and maintenance of:

• Safe plant, equipment and systems of work.
• Safe arrangements for the
use, handling, storage and transport of articles and substances.
• Sufficient
information, instruction, training and supervision to enable all employees to
avoid
• hazards and contribute positively to their own safety and health at
work.
• A safe place to work environment.
• A healthy working
environment.
• Appropriate welfare facilities.

Europartnership's Directors are responsible for meeting the obligations
required by the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1992 and
'Adapting to change in work and society: a new Community strategy on health and
safety at work 2002–2006' (European Commission: March 2002)

Employees will be made aware of their duty, under section 7 of the Health and
Safety at Work Act 1974, to take care for their own safety and that of other
persons, and to co-operate with the Europartnership in order to enable it to
carry out its responsibilities successfully.

A copy of this statement will be made available to all employees and forms
part of the core values of the Company. It will be reviewed, added to or
modified from time to time, and may be supplemented in appropriate cases by
further statements relating to matters of Health and Safety.

John Shuttleworth
CEO
For and on behalf of the Board of Europartnership
UK Limited

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