London Institute of Business & Technology is committed to the health and safety of all our students, customers, employees, contractors and visitors, and anyone else who may be affected by our business operations and aims to ensure all business activities are done safely.
Health and Safety Manager is responsible for providing and maintaining:
- a safe working environment
- safe systems of work
- premises and material in safe condition
- facilities for the welfare of all students and employees
- any information, instruction, training and supervision needed to make sure that all employees are safe from injury and risks to their health
Staffs and Students are responsible for:
- ensuring their own personal health and safety, and that of others in the premises
- complying with any reasonable directions (such as safe work procedures, wearing personal protective equipment) issued by the management for health and safety
We expect visitors, parents and contractors to:
comply with all reasonable directions and procedures issued by the management to ensure one’s health and safety during their visit at our premise.
3. Accident Reporting and Monitoring
The management has enabled the following process for accident reporting and monitoring:
3.1 On being notified of an accident, the management has to lodge an accident report based on the information available at the time of the accident.
3.2 Initial details should be established such as:
- Where and when the accident happened
- Who was involved and details of injuries
- Witnesses if any
- A brief description of what was being done at the time / what happened / what has been discovered
- Any action taken / proposed (i.e. emergency services has been called)
3.3 Ensure that the support mechanisms are available for people who have, or may have been exposed to traumatic events
4. Incident Investigation
An investigation shall commence at the earliest opportunity. This is good practice and also common sense as memory is at its best and motivation can be greatest immediately after an incident.
Effective investigations have systematic and structured approaches which involve analysing all available information (physical, verbal and written) to identify what went wrong and determine what steps must be taken to prevent a re-occurrence.
A report has to be submitted to the Board of Directors upon completion of any investigation.
Last updated on May 23, 2023 by LIBT Policy Committee
Approved by: Sesiri Pathirane – Board of Directors
Company Name: London Institute of Business & Technology Limited
Company Address: The Nunnery, Old Castletown Road, Douglas, IM2 1QB, Isle of Man, British Isles.
Date for the subsequent policy review: May 22, 2024