Scope of work: Fabrications and Erection of Steel Structure
Tass Engineering is committed to the protection of the environment and to prevent harm to personnel working on our project and any others who may be affected by our activities outside our employment.
“Our work is never so urgent or important that we do not take time to do it safely and with due respect to the environment”
Our goals are simply stated – ZERO injuries, zero property damage and no damage to the environment.
We will continue to drive down the environmental and health impact of our operations by producing quality craftsmanship and practical legal compliance to ensure the safety of all concerned.
Consult, listen and respond openly to our customers, employees, neighbours, public interest group and those who work with us;
Work with others – our partners, suppliers, competitors and regulators – to raise standards of our industry;
Openly report our performance, good and bad;
Recognise those who contribute to improvised HSE performance.
Our business plans include measurable HSE targets. We are committed to meeting them.
Project HSE Objectives and Targets
Pursuant to the policy statement above, the principal project health, safety and environmental objectives are:
Health and Safety
Objective: Protect the health and well being of personnel during worksite activities and those outside our employment that may be affected during our operation and ensure that safety is the prime consideration in the project execution.
Targets: Achieve zero fatalities, zero lost time injuries, zero restricted work and medical treatment, injury cases and a zero total reportable injury frequency.
Objective: Ensure against contamination and disruption to the surrounding, environment and worksite.
Targets: Achieve zero negative report and zero property damage incidents.
The management of HSE throughout the life of our project shall be continually reviewed in order to maintain or improve performance.
Note: Every employee shall at work take reasonable care for the health and safety of himself and others persons who may be affected by his acts or omissions.