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We never knowingly work with companies or organisations that we feel abuse human rights or damage the environment.

Health & Safety Policy

Muse Publishing recognises its responsibilies under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (and regulations made under it).

Our policy is to exceed the minimum requirements of the law where possible and to do this we will provide sufficient resources to meet this commitment. We will also ensure that systems are in place that will allow us to maintain, monitor and, where necessary, improve safety performance. Included in these systems will be means to allow communication and consultation on health and safety matters between all levels of the business.

In return, the company expects all employees and sub-contractors to exceed their minimum legal duties. This includes co-operating with us on safety matters and taking care of their own safety and that of others, whether from within the company or from outside, who may be affected by their actions.

Any information, instruction, training or supervision necessary to meet these commitments will be provided to those who require it in order to perform their job safely.

The policy and the way it has operated will be reviewed at least annually and more often if the business changes in nature or size. Any revision necessary to improve safety performance will be made and then reported to employees.

Signed: Guy Nicholls, Managing Director.
This revision dated: January 2015. Latest review dated: February 2015

Equal Opportunities Policy

It is the policy of Muse Publishing to treat all employees, sub-contractors and job applicants fairly and equally regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, age, disability or union membership status.

Furthermore, Muse Publishing will ensure that no requirement or condition will be imposed without justification which could disadvantage individuals purely on any of the above grounds.

The policy applies to recruitment and selection, terms and conditions of employment including pay, promotion, training, transfer and every other aspect of employment.

Muse Publishing will regularly review its procedures and selection criteria to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and otherwise treated according to their relevant individual abilities and merits.

Muse Publishing is committed to the implementation of this policy. The overall responsibility for the policy lies with Mr Guy Nicholls. However, all employees and sub-contractors are required to comply with the policy and to act in accordance with its objectives so as to remove any barriers to equal opportunity.

Any act of discrimination by employees or any failure to comply with the terms of the policy will result in disciplinary action.

Signed: Guy Nicholls, Managing Director.
This revision dated: January 2015. Latest review dated: February 2015

Environmental Policy

Muse Publishing confirms its commitment to continuous improvement in managing environmental issues, including the proper management and monitoring of waste, the reduction of pollution and emissions, compliance with environmental legislation and environmental codes of practice, and training for staff.

Quality Management Statement

Muse Publishing aims to deliver the highest quality copywriting, content management and editorial services. We recognise that success is reliant upon repeat business and client referrals and we are committed to managing the quality of our services, with the aim of satisfying every client.

Our policy is to ensure that information provided to clients is clear and comprehensive and, where appropriate and possible, to ensure that all agreements with clients clearly and accurately describe the services to be delivered, the cost of the services provided and the timescale for the delivery of services.

We accept only assignments that we have the expertise to deliver and those assignments will be delivered to the highest standards, on time and on budget.

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