Health and Safety Policy

Health and Safety Policy

1.0 Context of Pipeline Technics

The context of Pipeline Technics has been compiled by the review of its business environmental considering such factors as internal and external issues and interested parties and their requirements. Health and safety influences such as but not limited to changes in legislation, client requirements and working environment etc. have been adequately controlled via the health and safety management system


2.0 Policy Statement


Pipeline Technics acknowledges its moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for its employees, contractors, customers and visitors. Our commitment to achieving the principles of good health and safety in ourworkplace also extends to ensuring our operations do not place the local community at risk of injury or illness.


The nature of risks and hazards associated with Pipeline Technics have been identified to include but are not limited to commercial, corporate, quality, physical, ergonomic, phycological, environmental and biological. Pipeline Technics have identified the use of mobile plant and machinery, vehicle interactions and breaches with legal and other requirements as high-risk areas which are controlled within the health and safety management system.


3.0 Strategy & Objectives


Pipeline Technics is committed to establishing measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement aimed at the elimination of work-related injury and illness.


Pipeline Technics has implemented procedures to:


  • Provide written procedures and instructions to ensure safe work practices.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable legislative and other requirements.
  • Support and assist employees and to involve them in consultation on safety issues.

4.0 Responsibility & Authority


The Director is responsible for the implementation and monitoring of this policy. In fulfilling the objectives of this policy, management is committed to regular consultation with employees to ensure the policy operates effectively, and that health and safety issues are regularly reviewed


Management responsibilities include:


  • Implementing of all policies and procedures,
  • Establishing measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement aimed at the elimination ofwork related injury or illness, and
  • Provision of adequate resources to meet these commitments.


Employee’s responsibilities include:


  • Following all policies and procedures.
  • Recognising hazards which may affect the health and safety of themselves, others, or the environment.
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