Health & Safety Policy
This Policy is issued in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
It is Frontier Pitts policy to provide and maintain safe and health working conditions, equipment and systems to work for all our employees to minimise the risk of injuries or damage to health.
To provide such information, training and supervision employees require to carry out their tasks competently and to prevent accidents/incidents and cases of work related ill health.
To provide and maintain plant, equipment and machinery, and to ensure safe storage and use of substances.
To consult with employees on the day to day health and safety conditions and encourage them to take an active interest in matters which effect their own health, safety and welfare, and that of their colleagues.
To allocate duties and responsibilities for safety matters to competent personnel and to define the arrangements required to implement this policy, making them available to all employees.
To implement emergency procedures in respect of fire or significant incident providing safe evacuation and/or first aid.
To review this policy and arrangements annually, updating them to reflect changes in legislation or in the operation of the business; informing employees of any changes.
We also accept our responsibility for the health and safety of other people who may be affected by our activities at both ours and our customer’s premises.
Frontier Pitts Ltd designs, manufactures, installs and maintains of perimeter security including electronically powered gates and barriers.
The Environmental Policy of Frontier Pitts Ltd is to ensure so far as it is reasonably practicable that its operations will be carried out with a commitment to protecting and enhancing the environment.
This is a fundamental principle of the Frontier Pitts business.
Frontier Pitts Ltd recognise the fact that first class Environmental Management is good Business Practice and is essential in working to best in class work methods and ensuring ongoing competitiveness within our activities, products and services associated with perimeter security manufacturing and installation within our industry sector.
By complying with legislation and other requirements, preventing pollution and continually improving throughout Frontier Pitts, we will minimise the environmental impacts and add value via use of our environmental systems.
To achieve this we must seek to continually improve our environmental performance through setting objectives and targets, and meeting them through improvement activities. Objectives and targets must relate to our more significant environmental impacts, and will be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure effectiveness.
Concern and awareness for the environment is the responsibility of the Directors of the Company. Frontier Pitts employees have a legal and moral obligation to carry out their duties with concern for the environment. It is a condition of employment that all staff comply with this Environmental Policy.
Frontier Pitts Ltd is committed to this policy and believes it will lead to improved efficiency, improved working environment and a more successful business.
Quality Management Policy
Frontier Pitts is committed to the provision of total Quality Assured goods and service to meet all customers specified needs and expectations, and all associated regulatory requirements. To ensure consistent performance to the specified requirements the Company is approved to the quality standard
BS EN ISO 9001:2015. The Quality System and general organisation is described in the Quality Manual.
Detailed working instructions to Company employed personnel are contained in a separate series of Quality Control Procedures which are referred to in the Quality Policy Manual.
The Quality Programme laid down in the Quality Policy Manual and associated Quality Control Procedures has the full support of Management and it is a mandatory requirement that all personnel involved will comply with the defined policies, systems, and procedures. It is the responsibility of Company management, that all Company personnel thoroughly understand the Company’s Quality Policy, and the requirements for implementation.
The processes which will be applied to the contract are defined in Quality manual.
The design and development process covers all aspects of meeting the contract specification. It ensures that all technical requirements of the contract are fulfilled and that all statutory and regulatory requirements are met.
The process control section covers all aspects of manufacture and installation. It ensures that the project is manufactured and installed to specification. It also ensures that the project is completed within the programme requirements of the client.
Resource management is demonstrated in the resource management flow chart. The Project Manager will be tasked with weekly reporting of the proposed and achieved project timetable and costs. This will ensure that the plans meet the requirements of the contract, and any deviation from the plan can be immediately identified and corrective action taken. This information will be freely available to the ODA.
The quality of the service delivery is excellent and Frontier Pitts, as the leading manufacturer rather than a security integrator, continually strive to achieve higher standards. All projects are reviewed upon completion to establish any improvements which can be made. A senior management representative visits all projects which involve design and installation elements to review that the contract requirements have been met and that the customer is satisfied. Key elements of this visit are fed back to the sales, design and operation teams to enable continual improvement of the service delivery.
On site performance of the equipment is monitored on a regular basis by senior management, to ensure that all equipment continues to function reliably and to specification after installation. Any issues identified during this monitoring process are investigated by the management team to drill down to the source. This ensures that appropriate corrective action is taken to eliminate the issue and to improve the process for the future.
Frontier Pitts Maintenance contract will also ensure that regularly planned preventative maintenance visits are carried out to maintain impact rating and quality of the equipment from completion of the works at each zone, continuing throughout the Games Period and the Legacy Period if required.
Bribery & Corruption Policy
Frontier Pitts Ltd values its reputation and is committed to maintaining the highest level of ethical standards in the conduct of its business affairs. The actions and conduct of the Frontier Pitts personnel well as others acting on the firm’s behalf are key to maintaining these standards.
The policy applies strictly to all employees, directors, suppliers of Frontier Pitts and its functions.
Frontier Pitts will not tolerate bribery or corruption in any form.
Frontier Pitts prohibits the offering, giving, solicitation or the acceptance of any bribe or corrupt inducement, whether in cash or in any other form:
to or from any person or company wherever located, whether a public official or public body, or a private person or company;
by any individual employee or director acting on the firm’s behalf;
This policy is not intended to prohibit the following practices provided they are appropriate, proportionate and are properly recorded:
normal hospitality, provided that it complies with the firm’s Corporate Entertainment Policy;
fast tracking a process which is available to all on the payment of a fee; and/or
providing resources to assist a person or body to make a decision more efficiently, provided that it is for this purpose only.
Frontier Pitts is aware that it may not always be a simple matter to determine whether a possible course of action is appropriate. However Frontier Pitts will investigate thoroughly any actual or suspected breach of this policy.
Modern Anti Slavery Policy
Frontier Pitts Ltd operates nationally across the UK and Internationally. We have an Employment Law Policy, which sets out our policy on legislation and training to ensure we remain compliant with current UK employment.
We undertake all reasonable and practical steps, including factory inspections and audits, to ensure that our standards are being implemented throughout the businesses of our suppliers and that local legislation and regulations are complied with. We will assess any instances of non-compliance on a case-by-case basis and will then tailor remedial action appropriately. We will only trade with those who fully comply with this policy or those who are taking verifiable steps towards compliance.
This statement has been approved by our Board of Directors, who will review and update it as necessary on an annual basis. All personnel are trained in equalities and modern slavery policies during Team Talks and Tool Box Talks sessions and meetings.