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Health & Safety


As an Employer under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) it is the Company’s and the Directors’ stated intention to take all reasonable measures to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of its employees, sub contractors, the general public and any other party that may be affected by the work carried out by the Company.

In particular, the Company will endeavour to implement the following specific objectives in order to meet its obligations under the regulations:

The allocation of sufficient funds within the Company budget and management time and commitment to provide and maintain safe work environments.

  2. The provision and maintenance of safe systems of work, safe place of work and safe access
and egress to those areas as are necessary to carry out works.

  3. Provision of information, instruction, training (including induction of new employees) and supervision as necessary to ensure health and safety at work of all employees.

  4. Ensuring the safety and instruction of persons in connection with handling, storage, transport and disposal of any form of material, whether used or generated as waste.

  5. Provide items of plant and machinery that are adequate for the tasks in hand and maintained in good condition throughout the period of use.

  6. The provision and maintenance of such welfare facilities as are appropriate for employees to work without risk to their well being.

  7. The conducting of the business of the Company in such a way as to ensure persons not in its employment but who may be affected thereby are not exposed to risk.

  8. To monitor safety systems that are in place, review their effectiveness from time to time and make such changes as are necessary to maintain or improve standards.

The Board of Directors has appointed Mr Richard Divan, Managing Director as having overall responsibility for health and safety throughout the Company. Mr Nick Day, Senior Contracts Director is responsible for safety on Celltarga construction sites.

All employees and subcontractors are expected to co-operate with the Company in carrying out this policy and ensure that their own work, so far as is reasonably practical, is carried out without risk to themselves or others.

The Company will endeavour to constantly improve its health and safety standards and performance, and comply with all Acts of Parliament and Regulations.

It is intended that the safety policy is made freely available for reference by any Employees, Contractors, Clients and other parties as required.

The Safety Policy will be reviewed every twelve months and any adaptations required to comply with revised legislation or current thinking will be incorporated and re-issued.

Updated 22nd February 2018

Health & Safety

Corporate Responsibility​

Celltarga Ltd is committed to achieving and maintaining high standards of corporate responsibility in its business activities. To meet this commitment, we will seek to fulfil the following objectives:


  • To conduct our business according to high ethical standards

To provide our clients with a first class service, respect their confidentiality earn their trust

  • To be the ‘employer of choice’

  • To achieve a sound environmental performance by controlling the impact of our activities and services on the environment.

We will do this by:

Having suitable processes in place to manage our corporate responsibilities

Ensuring that ownership for corporate responsibility lies with a senior director

  • Embedding our corporate responsibility programme in to our wider management systems

  • Monitoring our performance on key issues covered by the corporate responsibility programme

Setting appropriate targets for improvement in that performance

Reviewing the corporate responsibility programme and its associated policies over time

Corporate Responsibility

Quality Control Procedures​



This Quality Management Policy sets out a framework for the development and implementation of a set of Quality Management Procedures to meet the requirements of the Celltarga Ltd Management System This Policy Standard is applicable to all activities undertaken by Celltarga Ltd.

Objectives and Commitment

The overall quality objective is to ensure that Celltarga Ltd delivers a consistently high level of service throughout our business.

Celltarga Ltd is committed to implementing appropriate quality management systems and processes to enable the delivery of the highest practicable quality project. 

We will therefore:

Clearly understand the current and potential future requirements and expectations of our clients

  • Work closely with our clients, suppliers and partners to achieve business and quality objectives

  • Deliver a completed project of the highest practicable quality, reliability and consistency that meet our customers’ requirements

  • Educate and train our staff to support the delivery of high quality work

  • Establish and measure performance and client satisfaction against appropriate quality objectives and/or targets

  • Measure at an appropriate level service performance and client satisfaction

  • Continually review and improve our processes and levels of service


The Quality Management System


Celltarga will address the following elements:


Quality Management – We will provide a statement of quality policy defining the fundamental approach to managing quality. It will be based upon common principles which will enable the company to identify its strengths and weaknesses; provide for evaluation and provide a basis for continual improvement.

  • Quality Responsibility – ensures that all members of the business have clearly defined responsibilities and that individual contracts managers are responsible for the quality performance of their projects

  • Quality Priority – ensures that quality issues are recognised but do not take precedence over health, safety or environmental concerns, rather that the quality management system actively supports those management elements

  • Quality Objective – ensuring that while supporting the business service, the principal quality objective is to set the standards that will deliver a consistently high quality of work across the firm’s business activities, thus ensuring client satisfaction and continual improvement

Quality Achievement

Our Quality Control Procedure will ensure:

Competency – Staff are adequately trained, motivated and competent for the job they are trained to do

  • Quality Management Responsibility – A quality manager/representative is identified with organisational responsibility for the development and maintenance of quality control procedures

  • External Services – The selection and approval of externally provided services will be controlled by the quality management procedures, thus ensuring that the company’s health, safety and environmental culture is not compromised and staff, clients and third parties are not put at risk.
Provision of external services will be subject to regular review.



The business aims to ensure that:

Quality Audits – are carried out internally. All audits will produce a report identifying areas of non-compliance and specifying the corrective action required.

  • Quality Records – are to be maintained throughout each project.

Quality Promotion

We will ensure that:

Training – Appropriate training is provided to all those operationally involved

  • Lesson Dissemination – Lessons arising from quality assessments are disseminated widely within the organisation at management and operational levels

  • Quality Improvement – All staff are actively encouraged to propose solutions to improve the quality of service delivery.


Responsibility and Authority

This policy standard is issued under the authority of the Directors, Nicholas Day and Richard Divall.

Responsibility for implementation of this policy
standard is as follows:

Responsibility for the achievement of this policy standard rests with the Directors

  • The Contracts Managers are responsible for implementing the policy standard, monitoring its implementation in the everyday activities of their projects and reporting to the Directors

  • All staff are responsible for the ownership and undertaking of their quality management functions in accordance with this Policy Standard.

Quality Control

Environmental Awareness​



Celltarga recognises that its operations have had an effect on the local, regional and global environment and through the following policy we aim to monitor and improve our environmental performance working to minimise our effect on the environment.

Celltarga is committed to a programme of continuous improvement in environmental performance and the prevention of pollution. These programs are an integral part of the way we do business and help provide a safe and healthy environment for employees, contractors, customers and neighbour’s.

Our Policy is to meet and, where practical, exceed all relevant regulatory requirements and to minimise any adverse environmental effects caused as a result of our activities.



The Policy laid out below aims to outline Celltarga’s environmental goals, which clearly outline our commitment to environmental improvement.

Celltarga will endeavour to:

  • make the most efficient use of energy
reduce the need for movement of both people and goods

  • minimise and where possible, eliminate, all forms of pollution

  • minimise waste and encourage the appropriate conservation, re-use and recycling of resources

  • avoid environmental damage by assessing and monitoring of environmental impacts rather than responding to them afterwards

  • promote a sense of responsibility and understanding for the environment and participation in environmental issues, by raising staff awareness, by education, and the provision of suitable information

  • work in partnership with our contractors, suppliers and others to comply with all regulatory requirements at a local, national, European and international level and to encourage continuous improvement in environmental performance and practices

  • review and where possible, improve our performance each year with positive action an any
areas of non-compliance

Our Environmental Strategy is managed andimplemented effectively by:

Incorporating the principles of ‘sustainable development’ in all Plans via effective management tools

  • Promoting renewable energy and energy conservation

Licensed Disposal Of waste, Reducing waste, encouraging re-use and planned recycling wherever possible

  • The supply Chain

  • Training

We have aimed to provide a policy which is appropriate to the nature, scale and environmental impacts of the company’s activities. This document is a commitment by the firm to ensure that this policy is implemented and communicated to all employees.

Environmental Awareness

Equal Opportunities



In relation to staff, the policy and practice of Celltarga Ltd requires that all staff are afforded equal opportunities within employment, from vacancy advertising, selection recruitment and training to conditions of service and reasons for termination of employment. In all cases, ability to perform the job is the primary consideration. Subject to statutory provisions, no applicant or member of staff will be treated less favourably than another because of his or her sex, sexual orientation, racial group, or disability.

Celltarga Ltd will ensure that in the conduct of all their activities, steps are taken to avoid the occurrence of racial discrimination, whether direct or indirect, and to promote good relations between different racial groups.

Any unlawful discriminatory behaviour, including harassment or bullying by individuals or groups will be regarded as extremely serious and could be regarded as grounds for disciplinary action.


There will be a consultation at all stages in the implementation and review of this policy. This includes all staff and other interested parties.

Monitoring and Audit

Celltarga Ltd will continue to monitor its present arrangement to be able to identify possible improvements in its practices in relation to;

  • Learning and assessment

  • Guidance

  • Behaviour and discipline

Staff recruitment, training, and career development

Equal opportunities

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