Health and Safety
It is the intention of Arrampica Limited that all persons participating in activities (training courses, excursions, guided activities and assessments etc.) are afford a standard of operations that will ensure their safety and wellbeing is upheld at all times.
This duty of care covers all participants (adults and children), facility staff, contractors, spectators and the general public, as well as Arrampica personnel.
The activities Arrampica undertakes, and the locations that the company operates at, are all assessed and appraised for any risks and our delivery of activities is designed to eliminate or reduce these risks as far as possible.
Should you require clarification on any of our policies or risk assessments, please Contact Us and we shall be happy to discuss further and provide any specific documentation.
It is the intention of Arrampica Limited (hereafter ‘Arrampica’) that the contents of this document be used to manage and thereby minimise any inherent risks present to staff, contractors, customers and spectators in the both activities the company undertakes, and the locations that the company operates at.
- Arrampica’s intent is to ensure the safety of your employees, customers and anyone else affected by its business’ activities.
- All employees and contractors are responsible for taking care of their own health and safety and that of the people they work with.
- Arrampica recognise the legal duties of the business and intend to provide a safe working environment, safe work equipment, and safe methods of work.
It is the intention of the Directors, management and consultants of Arrampica that the company adopt a culture of safe working and best practice.
The care and protection of young people with Arrampica is of great importance.
The company’s staff / representatives are required to adopt the practices recommended by the BMC’s child protection policy. This document may be found at www.thebmc.co.uk and there is a copy available for staff to inspect.
All Arrampica staff place the supervision of young persons’ as one of the most important factors of health and safety practices at Arrampica.