Health and Wellbeing Procedure

The purpose of the health and wellbeing procedure improvement opportunity was:

  • To ensure health risks from work activities were identified and controlled;
  • Set standards and engage with the supply chain to control health risks from work activities;
  • Promote good health generally.

The Berkeley Homes health and wellbeing procedure was split into three sections.

The first section included assessment and control of health risks to the workforce and the implementation of the supply chain standards.

The second section was focused on supply chain health and wellbeing risk assessment arrangements. Particular attention was paid to the following:

  • Asbestos, CoSHH, vibration, lead, biological hazards, manual handling, noise and dust;
  • Health surveillance;
  • Drugs and alcohol on site.

The last section focused on healthy lifestyle advice and promotion. This included free information, free fruit, gym use, health checks, employee assistance programme, all of which were regularly monitored and reviewed by management.

The aim of this Health and Wellbeing procedure was to lead to zero instances of ill health, and to promote better health amongst the workforce.

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