Latest updated on 03 November 2021
It is an important duty of this organization, in the conduct of its business operations, to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for all its employees and subcontracted independent contractors and consultants. The organization accepts the fact that this implies a corresponding duty of ensuring that necessary organization, equipment, and training is provided to fulfil this obligation. An effective health and safety policy requires the full collaboration and co-operation of all our employees and our subcontracted independent contractors and consultants; everybody is asked to read this policy  and accept their own personal responsibility for health and safety at work.
Given the nature of our business, our employees and subcontracted independent contractors and consultants find themselves working on-site in various countries, in potentially hazardous fabrication and manufacturing sites, in locations with widely differing standards for maintaining Health and Safety. Through their diligence and proactive input, they can not only be on their guard to protect their own safety but also can promote an improved and safer working environment for all at those work locations.
- It is the responsibility of management:
- To maintain the spirit and letter of the principles incorporated in the relevant legislation to ensure the safest systems of work and a safe, healthy working environment.
- To assign an HSE Representative who will promote HSE concepts throughout the organization, liaise between management and employees, monitor HSE performance against Company’s stated objectives and report on HSE issues to Management.
- The Company President accepts ultimate responsibility for health and safety within the organization.
- It is the responsibility of every employee, sub-contractor, and consultant:
- To comply with our HSE Policy and to take all reasonable care to safeguard the health and safety of themselves, their fellow employees, and others which they may meet during execution of their duties, including reporting of any hazard or unsafe act or condition which cannot be controlled or eliminated personally.
- In addition, Field Personnel assigned to manufacturing facilities or site locations shall:
- Determine the HSE rules and requirements in force at each worksite and shall comply in full, including but not limited to the requirements for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and regulations for entry into confined spaces.
- Report any HSE observation, unsafe act or condition noted at a manufacturing facility or site location to the supplier/site HSE Supervisor for corrective action. All such HSE observations/incidents shall also be recorded in the assignment Visit Report for Client’s attention and possible follow up action.
- Shall have the right to withdraw to a safe area if any unsafe act or condition is not corrected in a timely manner after being reported to supplier/site HSE Supervisor. If such an event occurs, Field Personnel must inform BCK’s Coordinator as soon as practically possible.
 This policy statement to be issued with every work assignment.