Lloyd’s is pleased to announce that on Thursday 6 June 2013 we were awarded certification to BS OHSAS 18001:2007 by the British Standards Institute (BSi). This is the recognised national standard for occupational health and safety management in the UK.
Apart from defining best practice for managing occupational health and safety issues and performance, its prime aim is to improve the identification and management of health and safety risks across the organisation and thus ensure that, for all building users, Lloyd’s is a particularly safe environment to work in.
Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) at Work Policy Statement
Lloyd’s has recently reviewed its OH&S at Work Policy Statement. In addition there is some important information for building users regarding your safety when working at Lloyd’s.
Download the OH&S at Work Policy Statement
Persons with disabilities
Lloyd's has a duty to ensure appropriate arrangements are in place for the safe evacuation of persons with disabilities. If you have a disabled member of staff or visitor please ensure a Personal Emergency Evacuation Form is completed either prior to or immediately on their arrival.
Download the Personal Emergency Evacuation Form (PEEP) Form
As a building user
You have a duty to look after your own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by your errors or omissions. You also have a duty to comply with specific arrangements set out in Lloyd's Health and Safety Policy. The key requirements placed on tenant and underwriters working on Lloyd’s premises are contained in the following document.
Download the OH&S Policy for Building Users
If you have any queries or concerns relating to health and safety at Lloyd’s or you require any further information, please contact the Facilities Helpdesk on 020 7327 6666.