Health & Safety
All AJL Road marking engineers understand completely the need to properly safeguard the well-being of customers and their premises and belongings. All work practices conform to:
- The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
- The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1992
- The Control of Substance Hazardous to Health 1988
AJL Road marking engineers are CSCS card holders and are holders of or working towards NVQ level 2 in pavement line marking. All engineers work to a disciplined procedure which involves:
- A formal assessment as to how the task will be achieved which will be emailed along with every estimate.
- A risk assessment which will cover the identification of all potential risks and tactics for avoidance.including any signs and barriers to cordon off the working area.
- The use of a reflective vest, gloves and protective footwear as a minimum personal protection equipment. Hard hats and googles are available at all times as is any PPE as required
- An on site risk assesment sheet completed by the crew chargehand immediatley before the commencement of works which will be signed by all crew mwmbers and add to the crews workpack thus providing a site specific risk assessment
AJL Road marking are members of the road safety markings association, quality assured to ISO 9001 and members of the Contractors Health and Safety assessment scheme(CHAS).