At Evercam, we prioritise the health, safety, and well-being of our employees, customers, visitors, and the communities in which we operate. This Health and Safety Management Policy outlines our commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment and establishes the principles and guidelines for managing health and safety risks effectively. We believe that all incidents and injuries are preventable, and it is our collective responsibility to ensure a culture of safety throughout the organisation. For your reference please refer to our H&S Statement on the last page of this document.
The Health and Safety Management Policy applies to all individuals associated with Evercam Limited, including employees, contractors, visitors, and customers. It covers all aspects of our operations, products, and services to ensure a safe and healthy work environment. This policy addresses compliance with laws and regulations, hazard identification and risk assessment, training and education, emergency preparedness and response, incident reporting and investigation, and continuous improvement. By implementing this policy, we aim to foster a culture of safety, prevent incidents, and continuously enhance our health and safety performance. For detailed Safety and Risk Assessment please refer to the relevant document under this Link.
We are committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all individuals associated with Evercam. Our leadership team is responsible for demonstrating visible commitment to health and safety, allocating necessary resources, and promoting a proactive approach to risk management. We prioritise the well-being of our employees and foster a culture that encourages active participation in health and safety initiatives.
We ensure to comply with all applicable health and safety laws, regulations, and industry standards. We are committed to staying informed about relevant legal requirements and ensuring that our operations, processes, and facilities meet or exceed these standards. Regular reviews and audits are conducted to assess compliance and identify opportunities for improvement.
We systematically identify, assess, and control hazards and risks associated with our operations, products, and services. All employees are responsible for reporting hazards, incidents, and near-misses promptly. Risk assessments are conducted regularly to identify potential hazards and implement control measures to minimise risks. Adequate training and resources are provided when required to enable employees to carry out their work safely.
We establish and maintain effective emergency preparedness and response plans to minimise the impact of emergencies and ensure the safety of employees and others. All incidents, accidents, and near-misses are promptly reported, investigated, and documented. We have a reporting system in place that allows employees to report incidents without fear of reprisal. Thorough investigations are conducted to determine the root causes of incidents and to implement corrective actions to prevent recurrence. Lessons learned from incidents are shared to enhance organisational learning.
We are committed to continuously improving our health and safety performance. This includes setting measurable objectives and targets, monitoring key performance indicators, and regularly reviewing our policies, procedures, and practices. Feedback from employees, stakeholders, and relevant parties is sought and used to drive improvements in our health and safety management system.
By adhering to this Health and Safety Management Policy, we demonstrate our unwavering commitment to safeguarding the well-being of our employees and all individuals associated with Evercam. We will strive for excellence in health and safety management, fostering a culture of continuous improvement, accountability, and shared responsibility. Together, we can create a workplace that promotes the highest standards of health and safety, ensuring the welfare of everyone within our organisation.
It is the policy of Evercam Ltd to comply with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005, the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) S.I. No 504 Regulations 2006, the Safety, Health and Welfare at work (General Application) S.I. No 299 Regulations 2007 and any other legislation that is relevant to any work carried out by the Company.
The purpose of this Safety Statement is to identify hazards and assess risks to specify control measures with a view to avoiding accidents and dangerous occurrences in the workplace.