General Safety Regulations
Welcome to our Team!
Your safety is the constant concern of this company. Every precaution has been taken to provide a safe workplace. Our Health and Safety Officer, Kyriakos Kyriakou, makes regular inspections, along with the Health and Safety Committee and holds monthly safety meetings. They also meet with the management to plan and implement further improvements in our safety program. Common sense and personal interest in safety are still the greatest guarantees of your safety at work.
Your cooperation is necessary to make our company a safe place in which to work. Help yourselves and others by reporting unsafe conditions or hazards immediately to your supervisor or any member of the safety committee. Take into consideration the rules presented to you in this leaflet. Begin your employment right by always thinking of safety as you perform your job, or as you learn a new one.
Any injury at work-no matter how small-must be reported immediately to the Duty Manager and receive first aid attention. Serious conditions often arise from small injuries if they are not cared for at once.
SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES AND GUIDELINES:
To ensure your safety, and that of our guests and colleagues, please observe and abide by the following rules and guidelines.
1. Observe and practice the safety procedures established for the job.
2. In case of sickness, such as gastroenteritis, or injury, no matter how light, please inform your supervisor. In no case should an employee attempt to remove foreign particles from the eye.
3. In case of injury resulting in possible fracture to legs, back or neck, or any other accident resulting in an unconscious condition, or head injury, the employee is not to be moved until authorized personnel have given medical attention.
4. Where and when required, you must wear protective equipment, such as goggles, safety glasses, masks, hairnets etc.
5. Boxes, skids, bins or other equipment must not block exits, aisles, firefighting equipment, and electric panel. Emergency Exits must be kept clear.
6. Observe smoking regulations.
7. Only authorized personnel will operate motors and trucks used at work.
8. Do not block access to fire extinguisher.
9. Report any UNSAFE conditions or acts to your supervisor.
10. Help to prevent accidents.
11. Clean up spilled liquid that may cause accident to anybody.
IN CASE OF FIRE:
1. Do not try to put out the fire.
2. Get away from fire area as quickly as possible.
3. Inform (call) Telephone Operator and inform the exact area of fire
4. In case of big fire FIND THE NEAREST EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR
5. ASSEMBLE OUTSIDE THE HOTEL (in the hotel’s ground floor car park in front of the hotel)
6. Unless you are trained, DO NOT TRY TO OPEN ANY OTHER DOORS TO CHECK.
7. Follow the Regulations given to you on your Induction Training regarding a fire break out.
It is our responsibility to be on the lookout for possible hazards. If you spot one of the conditions on the following list-or any other hazardous situation-kindly, report it to your supervisor or the Duty Manager at once.
Slippery floors and walkways.
Tripping hazards, such as hose links, piping, etc.
Missing or inoperative entrance and exit signs and lighting.
Loose or broken windows.
Dangerously piled supplies or equipment.
Unlocked doors with the hazard or danger sign.
Leaks of water, oil, etc.
Blocked fire extinguishers, hose sprinkler heads.
Blocked fire doors.
Evidence of smoking in non-smoking areas.
Warning or Directional signs not in place.
We support Teamwork under a
Healthy and Safe Working Environment.