Privacy Policy

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We respect your privacy, are a no-spam site and are fully data compliant with our ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) registration number being ZA842938.

We won’t share your personal data e.g. E-mail, id, Contact Number with any third party which is not related with HSEDocs.

We don’t share any of your data, unless it’s permitted by you, with the exception of legal action, where we will support official authorities as much as we can in investigation by providing information required.

We have no third-party advertisers displayed on our website. The only external links we have are to the HSEDocs Facebook site (https://www.facebook.com/HSEDocs/) and to the web developers we use (https://www.webfwd.co.uk/). We are not responsible for the content of the external website.

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We don’t send out regular newsletters. However, if in the future we do send out a newsletter it will always include a link for opting out anytime. As soon as you opt-out we will remove your e-mail id from our marketing database.

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Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Under the 2015 Modern Slavery Act the following situations are both illegal, immoral, a violation of human rights and unacceptable within the HSEDocs organization and our supply chains:
Slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour, bonded and child labour and human trafficking.

It is the policy of HSEDocs to strictly prohibit the use of modern slavery and human trafficking within our operations and this policy applies to all persons working for us, or on our behalf in any capacity, including employees at all levels, B2B services and suppliers.

We have and will continue to be committed to implementing systems and controls aimed at ensuring that modern slavery is not taking place anywhere within our organization, or in any of our supply chains, and expect our suppliers to be vigilant throughout their own supply chain, ensuring the same commitment and high standards regarding modern slavery and human trafficking.

HSEDocs expects everyone working for us, with us, or on our behalf to support and uphold the following measures to safeguard against modern slavery:

To have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery.

To prevent, detect and report anything that may be considered as modern slavery in any part of our organisation or supply chain.

To not engage in, facilitate or fail to report any activity that might lead to, or suggest, a breach of this policy.

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Equality and Diversity Statement

Under the 2010 Equality Act, HSEDocs aim to avoid all discrimination against peoples protected characteristics and aim to abide by and promote equality legislation.

We are committed to ensuring that there is no unjustified discrimination in the recruitment, retention, treatment, training and development of staff on the basis of all protected characteristics set out within the Act.

We try to avoid unjustified discrimination which we recognise is a barrier to equality, diversity, inclusion and human rights.

We have and will continue to be committed to implementing systems and controls aimed at ensuring that equality and diversity rights are followed and promoted within our organization, and any of our supply chains, and expect our suppliers to be vigilant throughout their own supply chain, ensuring the same commitment and high standards regarding equality and diversity.

We provide adequate and appropriate resources to implement this policy statement and promote it throughout our work force.

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Equal Pay and Minimum Wage Statement

HSEDocs strongly believe in people getting the same pay for the same work, regardless of peoples protected characteristics and we prohibit any less favourable treatment between men and women in terms of pay and conditions of employment.

We believe equal payment scales are justified if work carried out by one person is the same, or broadly the same, as another employee, or is of equal value (in terms of effort, skill, decision and similar demands), or that the work carried out is rated (by a job evaluation study) the same as that of the other employee.

Any differences in pay, regardless of gender or protected characteristics where the difference in pay is genuinely due to a material factor and not difference in gender falls outside the remit of the above statement.

In regards to minimum wage, HSEDocs follow the National Minimum Wage guidelines as set out in the UK governments minimum wage calculator based on age and apprenticeship status.

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Training and Development Statement

HSEDocs are committed to provide all staff with adequate training, information & instruction to enable them to carry out their duties efficiently, to a high standard and safely.

We recognise the importance that training and development plays in productive work life and that it plays a fundamental role in the continuing growth of an individual.

HSEDocs is committed, to providing its’ staff with appropriate training, developmental and educational opportunities that will enable them to acquire the skills and competency levels that are required to fulfil the responsibilities of their current position and for their on-going development.

Regular review & analysis of employee training & development will be carried out to ensure that our training and development objectives can be met.

All training and development courses will be recorded in relevant employment records.

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Lone Worker Statement

HSEDocs are committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for all employees and anyone who could be affected by our activities.

Carrying out suitable and sufficient risk assessments of all lone working activities.

Implementing control measures identified by risk assessments to reduce risks to the lone worker to a tolerable level.

Not allowing any activities to be carried out by lone workers where the risk assessment identifies that there is a significant risk of injury that can only reasonably practicably be controlled by having two or more people in attendance when that activity is performed.

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Customer Services by post:

HSEDocs
27 Mount Pleasant,
Two Gates,
Tamworth,
B77 1HL

Customer Services by Email:

contactus@hsedocs.com

Customer Services by phone:

0800 933 61 61