Reviewed 1st January 2017

Health, Safety and Environmental Policy

EESL is committed to the provision of a safe and healthy work environment for all its employees and others, who may work, visit or enter our client’s facilities on our company’s behalf. As a consequence, it is the intention to develop and maintain a Health, Safety and Environmental programme which is in line with legal requirements and the best business practices that governs our industry. EESL strives for continuous improvement in our environmental, health and safety performance. EESL has also identified the need for a Health Risk Management plan due to our operations and will develop systems to reduce the likelihood of negative impact in this area.

EESL shall:

  • Identify potential hazards that may arise through the activities of EESL, to assess the risk arising from these and to institute effective control measures to minimize the risk.
  • Implement appropriate measures to prevent accidents, injury and health impairment of all persons affected by the activities of EESL and promote a culture of safety consciousness.
  • Provide the necessary resources for the implementation and management of its health, safety and environmental system.
  • Comply fully with all statutory and contractual Health, Safety and Environmental requirements.
  • Ensure that all Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are communicated, understood and implemented where third party arrangements exist.
  • Provide relevant information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure competence of all Employees.
  • Integrate health and safety responsibilities into everyday working practices and managerial responsibilities and to continually review, improve and update the policy so that all important and relevant legislation.
  • Provide safe working conditions and equipment to minimize or eliminate incidents.
  • Consult with Employees on HSE management and performance.
  • Ensure safe handling and transportation of harmful substances.