Health & Safety

J. F. Hanley Ltd are committed to the planned implementation of effective health and safety standards, to comply with current health and safety legislation, according to the agreed objectives, and for ensuring that health and safety standards are taken into account planning, carrying out, and in organising work generally.

It is management policy of J. F. Hanley Fencing Ltd in so far as is reasonably practicable, to seek and provide safe and healthy working conditions for the company’s employees, providing information, training and supervision and to enlist the active support of all employees in achieving such conditions.


It is the policy of management at J. F. Hanley Fencing Ltd:

  • • To promote standards of health, safety and welfare that comply with the provisions and requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations, the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations  as well as all other statutory provisions and Codes of Practice.
  • • To provide and maintain, as far as reasonably practicable, a safe and healthy working environment for employees of this company and others who may be affected by company operations.
  • • To ensure that all employees realise that they have a responsibility to co-operate with Management, in order to achieve a healthy and safe workplace and to take reasonable care of themselves and others.
  • • To consult with all staff and employees on matters of health and safety.
  • • To co-operate with, and seek the co-operation of, clients, main contractors,  sub-contractors and enforcing authorities, to ensure work is carried out in a safe manner.
  • • To review the contents of this Safety Statement as changes occur in this operation and periodically, to ensure this document is relevant.
  • • To bring the contents of the Safety Statement to all employees attention, at least annually, by providing them with access to the document.
  • • To ensure that the Safety Statement is in a form, manner and, as appropriate, language that is reasonably likely to be understood by employees.
  • • To provide sufficient resources for the implementation of this policy and to seek competent advice if required.
  • • To work in accordance with any Joint Safety Agreements, approved by the Health and Safety Authority, in relation to the construction industry.
  • • To provide health surveillance where a need is identified by a risk assessment or where prescribed by law.
  • To source materials that complies with the appropriate safety standards