Underpinning all project work is the careful management of health and safety issues. The Airsat Construction team is fully briefed on the company's health and safety policy and regular site inspections by The Building Safety Group ensure all work is carried out in compliance with Health & Safety at Work legislation.
From Health & Safety awareness and skills training through to briefings on new legislative and statutory requirements, Airsat Construction implements regular internal briefings and training sessions - ensuring skills and industry knowledge are maintained a the highest level. With the aim of registering all employees under the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) by 2013, training also improves the quality of customer service by creating space and time to pool ideas from across the company and highlight any areas of concern.
Working to all relevant environmental legislation, regulations and general government guidance, Airsat has a clear environmental policy and meets industry codes of practise, wherever possible. Efficient management of natural resources used in day-to-day operation is key and the company seeks to minimise wastage as well as conserve energy and water. All suppliers and subcontractors are thoroughly briefed on policy, with regular monitoring and reviews carried out.
As an equal opportunities employer, JPC encourages all employees to progress within the organisation and its recruitment and employment decisions are regularly monitored to ensure no direct or indirect discrimination exists within the company.
All policy statements are monitored and reviewed on a regular basis and copies of documentation can be viewed on request.