Hr Policy Manual Essays

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HR Policy Manual

Introduction

HR Policy Manual

This Human Resources Policy Manual is provided as a central reference for all managers, supervisors and employees and applies to staff across all locations where the Company carries out its work.

The specific policies that follow promote the philosophy of with regard to standards of excellence; terms of employment; employee development; and employee services.

It may is necessary to change these policies from time to time to reflect changes in the workforce, employment trends, economic conditions and UK and European legislation. However, any changes in policy will be consistent with the Company’s approach to:

• Employing talented individuals whose
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Health and Safety Policy 91

1. Statement of General Policy 91

2. Management Organisation and Arrangements 91

3. Management Responsibilities 91

4. Health and Safety Management Process 92

5. Health, Safety and Welfare Guidelines 92

6. Identification of Health and Safety Hazards 93

7. Safety Representatives 94

8. Training 94

9. Records, Statistics and Monitoring 95

10. Reports to the Health and Safety Executive 95

11. Specialist Advisory Bodies 95

12. The Occupational Health Service 95

13. First Aid 95

14. Fire 95

15. Condemnation and Disposal of Equipment 96

16. Food Hygiene 96

17. Lifting and Handling 96

18. Non-Smoking On Company Premises 96

19. Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 96

20. Computer Installations and Visual Display Units 97

21. Control of Working Time 97

22. Health and Safety and the Individual Employee 97

23. People Working On Company Premises Not Employed By The Company 97

24. Visitors and Members of the Public 97

25. Contractors 98

Section 1 – Employing Staff: Employing staff fairly and expertly, ensuring they are properly inducted, and ensuring they are aware of the required standards of business conduct including use of email and the internet.
1. Recruitment and Selection

1. Introduction

1.1 Effective recruitment and selection is central and crucial to the successful functioning of . It depends on

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