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HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

WA Drill Hire is committed to the safety and health of its employees and that of all personnel involved in our business and strives to the goal of an injury free work place.

In order to meet obligations and responsibilities as an employer, WA Drill Hire will:

 

  • Maintain regular consultation on health, safety and environmental issues.
  • Provide leadership, supervision, information and training to employees so that they can perform their work safely.
  • Provide adequate person protective clothing and equipment.
  • Maintain plant and equipment so that all employees are not exposed to unnecessary risk.
  • Provide systems for identifying, reporting correctly and managing all hazards.
  • Encourage health and safety awareness amongst personnel.
  • Seek  continuous improvement of Health and Safety performance.

 

All employees, including permanent, part-time and casual employees and contractors are required to accept the following responsibilities as conditions of employment with WA Drill Hire.

 

  • Follow all standard operating procedures and safe work practices laid down for particular equipment or tasks.
  • Obey all lawful, written and oral health and safety instructions issued by the Company or its supervisors.
  • Use correctly all personal protective clothing and equipment supplied by the Company in the appropriate circumstances.
  • Take corrective action to eliminate hazards that the employee cannot correct.
  • Seek first aid or medical treatment for injuries and report all injuries, however minor.
  • All employees are informed that it is Company policy that no employee is required to perform any task that is reasonably considered to be unsafe.  

 

 

 

 

 

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