Health and Safety Policy

It is our policy to ensure the Health, Safety and Welfare of all employees, visitors, contractors, and
others who may be affected by On the Spot Training School (OTSTS). On the Spot will apply suitable
and sufficient measures to comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, its subsequent
extensions, and all other applicable related regulations. (The Health and Safety Policy and any
Codes of Ethics and Practice represent the minimum arrangements that must be followed by MTI
training centres)

The owner of OTSTS, Sally Morris, is ultimately responsible for maintaining a Health and Safety
management system, and the responsibility for implementation.

Where possible and when other people are employed/contracted by OTSTS, the management
system will include an appropriate regular forum for the discussion and communication on health
and safety matters between Sally Morris and all employees.

Sally Morris will provide appropriate employee and associate tutor training to ensure awareness of
this Policy, and the effective application of Company procedures that give effect to this Policy.
Attendance at the training events is an obligation and every effort is made to ensure reasonable
time and venues are selected. A copy of this Policy is and will be made available to all employees
and tutors.

OTSTS (Sally Morris) will –
Ensure suitable and sufficient assessments of risks are undertaken, and shall implement control
measures to reduce those risks to an acceptable level, wherever this is reasonably practicable.
Ensure the risk assessments are updated as circumstances change. As and when appropriate, will
provide appropriate work equipment, safe systems of work, work instructions, training, and
supervision, to ensure that employees can effectively and safely utilise the items and systems
provided.

OTSTS (Sally Morris) will ensure all tutors and users of the facilities:
• Are aware of and comply with this Policy, to safeguard the Health and Safety of themselves
and others affected by their actions.
• Cooperate with OTSTS in the implementation of this Policy.
• Do not interfere with or misuse anything provided in the interest of Health and Safety.
• Use Company provided equipment, facilities, and other items as identified by risk
assessment.

OTSTS (Sally Morris) will assess the effectiveness of this Policy via internal and, where appropriate,
external auditing, to be carried out by competent persons at regular intervals, and will provide
sufficient funds and resources to implement and maintain an effective management system.
The Policy will be reviewed and revised when necessary to take account of changing conditions, and
in any case not less than once every 12 months.

Sally Morris – On the Spot Training School
OTSTS – March 2019