Norwich International Airport

Safety Policy


Norwich Airport Limited (NAL) recognises that as an aviation business it has many direct and indirect risks with regards to health and safety matters. This policy focuses on ensuring that NAL effectively manages its legal, moral and economic duties.

NAL, through this statement, affirms commitment to ensuring so far as reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all its employees, contractors, visitors and other interested parties whilst managing operations involved with the Aerodrome.


NAL will do everything practicable to prevent injury and ill health to employees and others affected by its activities. This means that the following practical measures will be taken:

Maintain a safe and healthy working environment

Control health and safety risks arising from our work activities

Provide adequate information, instruction, training and supervision for employees

Consult with our employees on health and safety issues

Ensure employees are competent to do their tasks

Communicate effectively on health and safety with contractors

Allocate clear responsibilities for health and safety

Have clear and effective health and safety arrangements

Provide sufficient resources to ensure the success of this policy.


All employees should:

Cooperate on health and safety matters

Take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of others

Report health and safety to their line manager or safety representative

Not interfere with anything provided to safeguard health and safety

We encourage employees to make constructive suggestions or comments on how health and safety performance can be improved.

Andrew Bell
Chief Executive
2 January 2014

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