Coastal Preservations
Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Policy

Company Quality Policy Statement

Coastal Preservation Services Ltd is committed to delivering the highest quality services to meet our clients’ needs. We are dedicated to continually improving and maintaining standards and investing in systems, training and procedures that enable us to constantly improve performance, efficiency and knowledge.

Our Management system is compliant with IOSH & Acclaim Accreditation, alongside being members of the Water Jetting Association (WJA) and complying with the guidelines laid out in the WJA Code of Practice.

We aim to continually improve the effectiveness of all aspects of our business, and to continue to improve the services provided to our customers.

View our Acclaim Accreditation and Construction Line certificates.

Coastal Preservation Services is a member of the Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register (JOSCAR). JOSCAR is an accreditation system for suppliers that operate in the defense, aerospace and security sectors. View our JOSCAR certificate.



Health & Safety Policy Statement

Coastal Preservation Services Ltd aims to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of our employees while they are at work and of others who may be affected by our undertakings, and compliance with all relevant legislation.

To ensure the principles of health and safety are clearly understood throughout the organisation, we will be committed to:

  • Ensuring that there are arrangements put into place for the effective planning, development and review of this health and safety policy;
  • Ensuring that appropriate systems are developed and maintained for the effective communication of health and safety matters throughout the organisation;
  • Protecting the safety and health of employees by preventing work-related injuries, ill health, disease and incidents;
  • Complying with relevant health and safety laws and regulations, voluntary programmes, collective agreements on health and safety and other requirements to which we subscribe;
  • Ensuring that employees and their representatives are consulted and encouraged to participate actively in all elements of Health & Safety Management;
  • Continually improving the performance of Health & Safety Management;
  • Providing the necessary information, instruction and training to employees and others, including temporary employees to ensure their competence with respect to health and safety;
  • Devoting the necessary resources in the form of finance, equipment, personnel and time to ensure the health and safety of employees. Expert help will be sought where the necessary skills are not available within the organisation;
  • Liaising and working with all necessary persons to ensure health and safety, and will also ensure that adequate arrangements are also in place for ensuring the health and safety of visitors;

We will take all reasonable steps to implement, monitor and maintain safe plant, substances, equipment, working environments, and working practises within the organisation. We will continuously improve our health and safety management arrangements in order to protect employees and other from risks to their health, safety and welfare whilst engaged in work related activities. Employees have specific responsibilities to take reasonable care of themselves and other that could be affected by their activities and to co-operate to achieve the standards required.

View our IOSH and CHAS certificates.




Company Environmental Policy statement

It is company policy to take full account of the environmental implications of its operations to protect the natural environment, being aware of relevant environmental legislation, consents and approved codes of practice and also the need to co-operate with statutory bodies. The company standards and personnel’s understanding of environmental issues shall reflect best industry practice.

In particular the company shall:

  • Adopt practices which minimise environmental hazards;

  • Reduce where practicably the level of harmful emissions;

  • Minimise waste in all operations and product developments;

  • Include environmental issues in training programmes and encourage the implementation of sound environmental practices;

  • Raise the awareness of environmental issues to ensure they are considered at the early stages of the decision making process;

  • Minimise the generation of emissions and waste;

  • Ensure the safe disposal of waste;

  • Conduct regular environmental audits and correct any deficiencies identified;

  • Require contractors and sub-contractors to operate to the same standard;

  • Use the Best Available Techniques Not Entailing Excessive Cost (BATNEEC) principle when considering the need to prevent, minimise or render harmless the release of pollutants to air, land or water encompassed within any prescribed process.

    The Managing Director shall be responsible for the Environmental Policy and will;
  • Regularly review the organisation, planning and achievement of environmental issues towards the prevention of pollution and provide a commitment to on-going continuous improvement.

  • Report regularly to the Board the results of any review, with recommendations for amendments to the policy and environmental management system.

All Directors are fully accountable within their own areas of responsibility for implementing this policy and ensuring that responsibility for the environment is clearly understood by, and delegated to, all levels of management and supervision within their directorates. The contents of this policy shall be communicated to all employees and when requested made available to the general public.

As part of this Policy, the Quality Manager has the responsibility and authority to develop, co-ordinate and monitor the implementation and effectiveness of the Company Environmental Management System.    




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