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Building Use Statement of Intent:
This is the building use statement of intent for Trans Pride Brighton, our intention for the Trans Pride Centre is to use it for the purposes of storing our event equipment and as a workspace for workers and volunteers, empowering and supporting the local and wider trans community and providing a venue for organisations, workshops and services.
To use this building, workers and volunteers must read the building use handbook and observe health and safety regulations. Supervisory and managerial members of the organisation will ensure that proper induction procedures are followed and that health and safety hazards are reported and fixed.
The policies and documents given to workers and volunteers should be used to ensure a high level of competency in maintaining a safe workplace, the efficient instruction of others in workplace safety, and the effective long and short term implementation of safe working conditions.
Workers and volunteers should be regularly consulted on all matters of workplace safety and use of the Trans Pride Centre. These documents should be regularly reviewed and updated to ensure they are inclusive of all available information and relevant.