HEALTH AND SAFETY AT THE SCHOOL OF CARDIOVASCULAR & METABOLIC HEALTH
The School of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Health prioritises preventing accidents through maintaining good health and safety standards. Active participation from all staff is crucial, with each person contributing to health and safety. The Head of School ensures effective arrangements for health, safety, and welfare. Management at all levels is accountable and responsible for safety matters. Supervisors play a key role in motivating staff to report hazards and discuss safety.
The Safety Policy is made and monitored by the School Executive and the Health & Safety Committee. The School continuously reviews its safety standards and aims for continual improvement. Staff must adhere to health and safety rules, and deliberate non-compliance may lead to disciplinary action. The Health & Safety Committee reviews the Policy Statement annually.
Policy and Related Documents
Mission Statement - Our Commitment to Keeping You Safe
The School of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Health, in conjunction with the guidelines published by the University Safety Committee and the Safety Committee of the NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board, is committed to maintaining and enhancing the Health and Safety of all staff, students, patients and visitors to benefit individual well-being and accomplish high standards of medical care, research and teaching within the School. This will be achieved by: