Health and Safety


Aside from achieving a 100% completion of CSCS card training, SP Decor have made it company policy that all those in a managerial, supervisory or planning role achieve a standard of health and safety awareness usually only required by construction site managers.

SP Decor has a commitment to its employees, clients, sub contractors and the general public to keep all construction areas as safe as possible. To do this we apply the following skills below to all our sites.


We have recruited qualified and experienced safety managers to develop our safety management system and ensure its implemented throughout the company. The safety manager provides advice and training to our staff and to ensure they are aware of current legislation and its impact on our activities.


All Staff and visitors to site are fully inducted to ensure that they are aware of any dangers which are posed on the site.


The training needs of staff have been identified in relation to their role to ensure that they are competent to perform their health and safety responsibilities, staff are trained wherever possible to the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) standard or that of other recognised national bodies. Further training is given on the company procedures for managing health and safety and the standards expected of our staff and sub contractors. Key members of the company are invited to complete the National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health courses. Health and Safety awareness is maintained at site level through toolbox talks of a short duration on a regular basis.


All staff are supplied with the appropriate personal protective equipment as identified by risk assessment, if this equipment is not worn then access to sites are denied. All tools and plant machinery supplied meets the requirement of safety legislation.


We will proactively work with all stakeholders, including clients, designers, staff and subcontractors to ensure that al projects are designed and built in the safest manner possible, we would rather not accept a project than compromise our health and safety commitment.