Safety Policy: March 28 2023
The management of Turning Point Surveys Ltd. is committed to a strong safety program that provides a positive working atmosphere that protects people, property and the environment. Management is committed to the health and safety of every employee which includes their physical, psychological and social well-being.
All employees and sub- initiatives. Active participation by everyone, every day is necessary for the safety excellence the company expects. Management supports the coordination of safety among all workers and visitors on the job site.
All employees and sub-contractors are expected to follow procedures, abide by policies and regulations, use and wear the appropriate personal protective equipment, inform management and supervisors of unsafe conditions, and wherever possible, improve safety measures. All employees share the responsibility of identifying safety needs and communicating hazards to others.
Every employee is responsible and accountable for their own safety, and the safety of others within their work area. Every employee is responsible for refusing unsafe work. In the case that the employee feels their scope of work is unsafe, they must stop what they are doing and contact supervision right away. Worker is not to continue work until he or she feels it is safe to do so.
All levels of management will ensure participation in the program by all employees, and will provide proper equipment, training and safe work procedures. Management will also ensure any potential hazards are removed or that engineering controls are put into place to reduce the risk a hazard may present.
Provincial and Federal Safety Regulations are considered to be a minimum standard of compliance. In many instances, the Company program and those of our clients will be far more stringent.
Our goal on all projects is Zero Incidents. Through continuous safety and loss control efforts, we can accomplish this.
The information in this policy does not take precedence over applicable Government legislation, with which all workers should be familiar.