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HSE Policy

Graham Marshall - Saturday, January 07, 2012
Like every succesful organization, the Risk Management Tool Box has it's own HSE Policy.

Ours says:

It is the policy of the Risk Management Tool Box to protect the health and safety of our people and the people we come into contact with, and to minimize our impacts on the environment in which we work.

This is achieved by:
  • Complying with our environmental, health and safety legal responsibilities;
  • Using our own Think 6, Look 6 Process to identify hazards, assess risk, and develop and implement appropriate controls that manage hazards and reduce risk to acceptable levels;
  • Engaging people suitably qualified, skilled, and experienced in meeting this policy;
  • Educating and training our people in the use of the Think 6, Look 6 Process;
  • Recognizing that no business objective is so important that it cannot be completed safely and without unwanted impacts to our health or the environment; and
  • Recognizing that we all have the authority to stop-work if we feel unsafe or are concerned about our health or the environment in which we are working.

To review the formal signed copy of the HSE Policy, simply click here.

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