General Safety Policy
The primary aim of an effective safety and loss
prevention program is to protect the life, health and
safety of all personnel and eliminate the possibility
of damage to property and equipment. Operating
Management is responsible for the implementatin of
the company›s loss control program. It is a corporate
commitment that accidents causing injuries to people,
damage to property, or loss of product can be
prevented. To achieve this objective, the followimg
principles and practices are being applied:
- a safe work environment is provided by careful
design of new facilities, purchase of safe equipment
and by elimination of hazards. In situations where
danger and hazards are a part of the project
and cannot be eliminated, the harmful effects are
minimized through environmental controls, training
on safe work methods, and by enforcing use of
personal protective equipment.
- Sufficient qualified manpower is provided to meet
operating, maintenance and service requirements.
- Employees physical and mental abilities are
considered to ensure proper job placement.
- Employees are continuously trained to develop and
maintain the skills required in their work.
- Each employee has a personal responsibility and
liability to prevent injury to himself, others, and
damage to property.
- Communications between employees and
supervisors are encouraged to expedite handlling
of suggestions for the elimination of work hazards.
The upward communication system is always
available to facilitate safety suggestions.
Supervisors conduct frequent inspections of respective
work areas with the intent to locate any hazardous
or unsafe conditions that may exist and accordingly
elimainate or correct.