GIS ENGINEERING AND Environmental Service Ltd Places prime importance on health, Safety and environments that all contributors to the developments subscribe to and actively pursue the highest standards from HSE PERFOMANCE.
The objective is to create new value to meet its shareholders expectations through the continuous improvement of consultancy design and engineering in general through the attention to the needs of its employees and the commitment to a sustainable growth pattern also encompassing the careful assessment of the environmental impact of its activities and the development of innovative and efficient technologies.
The objective of this HSE plan is to promote Health, Safety & Environment of person working with GIS ENGINEERING AND Environmental Service Ltd and prescribe certain rules, procedures and safe practices in order to create a working environment free of condition and factors that might contribute to an accident or injury /Illness.
“HSE IS EVERYBODY’S BUSINESSS”
It is policy of GIS ENGINEERING AND Environmental Service Ltd to carry out all its work in a way that provides healthy and safe working practices and avoids risks of injury to anyone as a result of the activity for which the company is responsible.
The overall responsibility for Health, Safety & Environment rests at the highest level, however, all individual employees have important responsibility towards HSE and must participate in carrying out policy. Appropriate training, supervision and information are provided to encourage and enable to carry out their duties safely.
Regular Inspection and monitoring of the activities is undertaken and accidents or incidents are investigated promptly so that appropriate action is taken to prevent from re occurrence. Unsafe work practices by an individual can often lead to accidents even in safe working environment. It is therefore our goal to eliminate both unsafe working condition and unsafe work
It is the policy of our company to Comply with all regulations governing Health, Safety & Environment at the job site.
To take expedient actions to correct or isolate unsafe conditions or work practices.
To promote Health, Safety & Environment awareness.
Hold each employee accountable for their individual responsibility for Health, Safety & Environment.
Every reasonable effort will be made to assure that employees can accomplish the safe completion of assigned tasks.
No task is so important, nor so urgently, that we cannot take the time to do it safe.
ZERO ACCIDENT TOLERANCE POLICY
All endeavors to adopt a zero accident tolerance attitude to any occurrence threaten the Health, Safety & Environment of our work force and the general public.The management is committed to achieving and sustaining “ZERO ACCIDENT TOLERANCE” through continues improvement practices.
No Workplace Injuries and Occupational Diseases.
Promote HSE as an integral part of our day –to-day activates.
Spread Health, Safety and Environment plan throughout the organization.
Enhance employee awareness and involvement in Health, Safety & Environment program implementation.
Optimize the use of continuous improvement practices as the basis for “Zero accident tolerance” initiative.
Eliminate all Environmental impacts aspects.
Risk Management assessments
This will address hazards arising from human error as well as those from equipment failure and environmental conditions
Each active construction site has a HSE plan that incorporates
i) A risk-assessment scope of works’ statement;
ii) Accountabilities for safety;
iii) Details of how safety will be managed in the course of the contract/operation;
iv) Environmental issues and countermeasures;
v) Health, safety and security risks, hazards and countermeasures; and
vi) The review and evaluation process.
As part of this project specific HSE Plans the following topics will be addressed in
• Access to the site .
• Display of HSSE Policy.
• Worker induction procedures .
• Personal protective equipment ( PPE).
• Access to Site offices.
• HSSE training.
• Accident and Incident reporting.
• First aid kit.
• Disaster and emergency preparedness.
• Office safety.
• Women in the workplace.
• HIV / AIDS.
• Alcohol abuse.
•Safe use of Plant and training requirements.
• Waste management.
• Working at height.
• Working under operational crane.
• Electrical installation.
• Hazardous chemicals