Health and Safety statement of intent1. Our company strives to take strict measures to monitor and control Health & Safety as an integral part of running our business operation.
2. We will, so far as is possible:
a. Make sure that all working practices and work equipment are safe and that they do not pose a risk or hazard to Safety and Health.
b. Make sure that needed measures are carried out to safely use, store, and transport all substances and materials.
c. Give all needed training, supervision, instruction and information to make sure that all employees have a working environment that does not endanger their Health or Safety.
d. Control all workplaces, equipment and utilized transport in a condition that is safe and free from Health and Safety risks e. Make sure that employees have access to adequate facilities to safeguard their welfare
f. Take measures to protect the Health and Safety of visitors, contractors and any members of the public who could be impacted by our operations
g. Give employees all needed information concerning procedures to protect their Health and Safety and the Health and Safety of others, and, when needed, consult with them to improve how our company handles these issues.
h. Make sure that all employees carry out their Health and Safety responsibilities and work with management to carry out this policy i. Monitor how this olicy is carried out in the workplace.
j. Make Sure sufficient funds are available to implement this statement.
Jannet Security Services Ltd will also regularly review this policy to see if any changes are needed.
Quality PolicyThe quality policy describes the fundamental principles against which we, Jannet Security Services Ltd, operate and which will support the achievement of our objectives, vision and values. We recognise that success in reaching our objectives depends on our ability to create real and perceived value for customers in everything we provide. We also acknowledge that we depend on the people we work with as well as our processes to achieve this.
Jannet Security Services Ltd aims to be recognised as a best in class provider of security services through our management team supporting our people in the delivery of customer service excellence; together with efficient and effective operational processes and an ongoing programme of training and development. Our success will be measured through the achievement of our quality objectives. And this can best be achieved through the recruitment of highly motivated, customer focused officers, supported by our managers at all levels of the business, and by the recognition that our people are the public face of the business and significantly impact on the customer’s perception of how we operate and the service we deliver. We must therefore, ensure that we create an environment that makes Jannet Security Services Ltd a good place to work for all of our employees.
We are committed to comply with all regulatory requirements of security business and we aim to continual improve our security services and measure those at regular intervals. This policy is a controlled document and shall be reviewed and amended, where applicable, to ensure that it remains relevant to the Company’s business.
Equal OpportunityStatement of Intent
Jannet Security Services Ltd members and staff oppose racism and sexism in all the forms in which it is manifested. We pledge to implement policies that treat all persons in all the functions of our business equally on the basis of race, sex, class, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, sexuality, marital status, age, trade union activity or membership, physical or mental disability, or religious belief. We endeavour to promote these values within the places where we operate and with individuals, organizations or entities that we come into contact with.
Jannet Security Services Ltd is dedicated to taking action to carrying out this policy.
Equal opportunities policy statementJannet Security Services Ltd states that it is an equal opportunities employer. Accordingly: In providing Security Services and employing persons to provide these services, Jannet Security Services Ltd endeavours to make any employment decisions on the basis of equality of opportunity and fair treatment for all persons.
No one or group seeking services, a job, or contracts with us will be treated with discrimination on the basis of sex, sexuality, age, race, class, color, nationality, ethnic origin, marital status, trade union membership or activity, physical or mental disability, or religious belief.
Jannet Security Services Ltd, in the course of implementing this policy, will strive to aid disadvantaged person groups to benefit from its provided services, and attempt to identify the needs of such persons and groups.
We will compile and review records of the ethnic/racial origin and sex of everyone applying for services or jobs from us to aid in implementing this equal opportunity policy.
For and on behalf of Jannet Security Services Ltd
Environmental PolicyJannet Security Services Ltd wishes to ensure their employees that we minimize any negative impact our operations could potentially have on the environment. Accordingly, our policy is to:
• Always strive to better our performance regarding environmental issues and use the best environmental management practices as part of our business operations.
• Try to minimize our use of resources and to attempt to efficiently use those resources that we must consume.
• Attempt to reduce our carbon footprint to comply with our targeted objectives.
• Responsibly apply the principles of waste reduction, waste reuse and waste recycling as per our waste management practices.
• Try to prevent pollution at our premises and work sites.
• Take environmental issues and energy performance into account in facility purchases, design, refurbishment and management.
• Take environmental issues, including climate change, into account when buying services and goods.
• Obey all applicable environmental laws and regulations.
The company monitors progress on these goals, seeks feedback from employees and customers on these issues, and informs employees about the importance of environmental issues. We work with our employees, service partners, landlords and their agents and customers to improve our performance on environmental issues. We take sustainability and other environmental issues into account when providing security services.
Child Protection Policy and Policy Statement
1.1 IntroductionChildren, young people, and anyone who is particularly vulnerable are entitled to encounter a safe and enjoyable environment at social and educational organised events. Our company recognises its legal and moral duty to see to it that we provide these people with the best possible care when we are the security provider at such events.
We are dedicated to adopting and carrying out policies that mandate that all security personnel understand their strict obligation to protect children from abuse or other harm our personnel are required to follow our procedures adopted to protect children and to report any abuse of similar problems to the authorities. At both indoor and outdoor functions and events, in the course of providing security services, we always strive to protect children, young people and others particularly vulnerable against abuse or harm. We endeavour to educate and train both employees and any volunteer security personnel to carry out this mission and be prepared to address specific child protection issues.
Each of our employees who perform security functions are fully licensed and trained by the Security Industry Authority, government initiated regulatory body for the security industry. The Children’s Act of 1989 defines a child/young person as anyone under the age of 18 (Children’s Act 1989).
1.2 Policy StatementWe believe that:
• Nothing is more important than the welfare of a child.
• Every child, regardless of gender, age, culture, ability, language, racial origin, sexual identity or religious belief and/or sexual identity is entitled to a safe and fun environment in which to pursue their religious, pleasure oriented or educational interests.
• It is our duty to protect children from degrading treatment, discrimination and other forms of harm through all possible measures. We endeavour to respect children’s’ feelings, wishes, and rights.
• We must take seriously and investigate thoroughly all allegations or suspicions of abuse of or poor practices aimed at children and will promptly involve the authorities in any such incident.
• All our employees may, from time to time, with children while providing security services. Therefore, they are all screened and CRB checked as required by Security Industry Authority regulations. We provide all such employees with training and additional guidance concerning child protection measures to be taken. The CRB check and any screenings of employees are carried out by independent personnel not directed by the company.
• To be effective in protecting children, we must work in cooperation with event organisers, stakeholders, parents and children.
1.3 Monitoring and reviewing the policy and proceduresChild protection measures and procedures must be periodically reviewed and monitored. A regular report must be given to management concerning this by the Managing Director. The implementation of procedures should be regularly monitored and reviewed. The Managing Director should regularly report progress, challenges, difficulties, achievement gaps and areas where changes are required to the Jannet Security Services Ltd management team. This policy must be subject to overall review at least every three years or whenever the law or this organisation undergoes a major change.
Corporate Social Responsibility PolicyThis policy sets out our view of our corporate responsibilities for the environment and communities in which we operate and for the well-being of our staff, partners, public and clients. Some of these responsibilities are spelled out in more detail in other documents.
Every person we work with and for makes important and unique contributions to the community, to their own organizations, and to our work. We appreciate and honour their diversity in every way it manifests itself and encourage diversity as basic in all out interaction with the community and with our partners, associates, employees and clients.
We acknowledge our responsibility to care for our employees, to provide them with meaningful employment through which they can support themselves and their families, and to do everything possible to ensure their ongoing workplace welfare, health, and safety.
We are committed to ensuring our clients and the general public have a secure and safe environment, and we attempt to safeguard their property, including intellectual property, just as much as we would protect our own.
Through the operation of our Environmental Policy, our Policy on Equality and Diversity and our Health and Safety Policy, we seek to improve and maintain the environment in the communities in which we operate. We oppose both child labour and forced labour and do not engage in either practice. We Jannet Security Services Ltd pride ourselves in dealing with our employees, business partners, and clients in an honourable and honest way always.
Drugs and Alcohol Policy
1.0 GeneralMany workplace accidents, injuries and significant lost productivity are caused by alcohol or drug abuse on an annual basis. Our company policy is to have a work force that does not engage in the illegal use of drugs or in the abuse of alcohol. We regard any alcohol or drug abuse by employees as very serious and something that this company cannot tolerate or condone. We actively discourage any alcohol or drug abuse outside the workplace. Use of illegal drugs or alcohol at the work place or any company premises is absolutely forbidden.
2.0 Possession, Use or SalePossession, use or sale of drugs or alcohol on company property, at any work site, or while on the job is grounds for serious disciplinary action which may include termination. Legal consequences may also occur. All employees must be in good physical and mental condition for work when their shift starts and must be there on time, which drug or alcohol abuse interferes with. Our company endeavours to provide a working environment that is safe, healthy, and drug-free.
3.0 Drug TestingWhen there is reasonable suspicion that an employee has engaged in prohibited use of drugs or alcohol, the company reserves the right to make them undergo an alcohol or drug test. Reasonable suspicion is defined as including, but is not limited to:
> Any evidence of alcohol or drug use of a physical or testimonial nature
> The occurrence of an accident involving the employee, or an
> Apparent impairment of work performance.
Refusal to submit to a requested alcohol or drug test can result in discipline, with sanctions ranging to and including termination.
4.0 Prescription MedicationPrescription medication or over-the-counter medication that can negatively impact on an employee’s work performance should be avoided if at all possible. If use of such medication renders an employee unable to properly or safely perform their job duties, their employment may be suspended or terminated. Employees who are taking prescription medication or over-the-counter medication that can negatively impact their job performance must inform their supervisor of this prior to reporting to work.
5.0 Reporting Criminal ConvictionsEmployees convicted of any criminal drug offense, regardless of where it took place must report such conviction to the company in writing within three days. A similar report must be made in writing within three days of any pending court appearance or police caution for a drug related incident.
6.0 Drug or Alcohol Rehabilitation ProgramsOur company endeavours to assist employees who want to undergo rehabilitation or treatment for dependency on alcohol or drugs. Employees will not be terminated for trying to seek help for such problems and treatment of rehabilitation program enrolment will not be noted in an employee’s personnel file.
Employees enrolled in such programs must consent to being subjected to random drug testing and will be terminated if they fail such tests.
Jannet Security Services Ltd employees with a drug or alcohol problem are encouraged to ask the company for help.
Modern Slavery Policy StatementThis policy sets out the organisation’s stance on modern slavery and explains how employees can identify any instances of this and where they can go for help. This statement is made pursuant to Section.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that Jannet Security Services has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain.
Modern slavery encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking and forced labour. Jannet Security Services has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings and to putting effective systems and controls in place to safeguard against any form of modern slavery taking place within the business or our supply chain.
Jannet Security Services operates a supplier policy and maintains a preferred supplier list. We conduct due diligence on all suppliers before allowing them to become a preferred supplier. This due diligence includes an online search to ensure that particular organisation has never been convicted of offenses relating to modern slavery [and on-site audits which include a review of working conditions]. Our antislavery policy forms part of our contract with all suppliers and they are required to confirm that no part of their business operations contradicts this policy.
In addition to the above, as part of our contract with suppliers, we require that they confirm to us that:
1. They have taken steps to eradicate modern slavery within their business
2. They hold their own suppliers to account over modern slavery
3. (For UK based suppliers) They pay their employees at least the national minimum wage / national living wage (as appropriate)
4. (For international suppliers) They pay their employees any prevailing minimum wage applicable within their country of operations
5. We may terminate the contract at any time should any instances of modern slavery come to light
We regularly conduct training for our procurement/buying teams so that they understand the signs of modern slavery and what to do if they suspect that it is taking place within our supply chain.
Our Performance Indicators
We will know the effectiveness of the steps that we are taking to ensure that slavery and/or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain.