The company has a responsibility to protect and safeguard its employees and other people affected by its operations by preventing exposure to unnecessary safety risks and health hazards. It will promote at all-time safe working practices, the safe use of tools and machinery and as far as practicable will maintain hazard free work environments.
As a condition of employment every employee is expected to:
Behave in accordance with the letter and the spirit of this policy and cooperate fully with the Company in the promotion of health, safety and environment.
Act with due care for the health and safety of his/her self, fellow workers, client company employees and anyone else who may be affected by his/her acts or omissions at work.
Promote safety awareness with all safety equipment and protective clothing supplied by the Company or Client Company.
Report all accidents, regardless of severity, and regardless of whether there is personnel injury or property damage.
a) The prime responsibility for health & safety rests with the Division Director of Petro Galaxy’s Industrial Services on a day-to-day basis; he may delegate responsibility to subordinate line mangers.
b) Operations Managers are responsible for all health and safety matters at their work locations. They have the responsibility to provide all special equipment that may be required to perform operations in a safe and professional manner.
Petro Galaxy representative must get customer agreement on safe procedures, equipment and materials required for the job. The location should be surveyed and protection provided which corresponds to the risks identified from the HAZOP.
Petro Galaxy Supervisor must plan, arrange and locate equipment to minimize personnel exposure to pressure, chemicals, poisonous gas, fire, explosion or any other hazard. Equipment must be arranged so that loss will be minimized in the event of an accident.
Petro Galaxy Supervisor must thoroughly survey the location upon arrival for any changes to hazards identified during the HAZOP survey. These hazards should be corrected if possible and discussed at the pre-job safety meeting and toolbox talks.