Health and safety policy.
ProGulf Shelving Systems Pvt Ltd is dedicated to the safety and well‐being of all employees, guests, and visitors while on the premises or while conducting business on behalf of our company. In accordance with the General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act of 1970, it is the primary responsibility of all employers to provide a safe and healthy workplace. Accordingly, Safety Policy with ProGulf Shelving is committed to acting in a safe manner as guided by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and other appropriate federal, state, and local agencies. Safety Policy ProGulf Shelving Locations and jobs are assessed for hazards and potential hazards. Appropriate safety measures will be implemented. Responsibility for safety is a primary role of all employees. However, Human Resources will direct a company‐wide safety program that meets the intent and requirements of this policy and appropriate federal, state, and local safety or safety‐related standards and/or regulations, including but not limited to OSHA, NFPA, etc. All employees in any leadership capacity are directly responsible for ensuring that hazard‐specific safety measures and programs are implemented and followed.
Managers should also ensure that operation specific hazard training is provided and documented, and that employees are aware of the hazards associated with their duties. Managers are also required to adhere to the standards established in this policy.
Human Resources with the assistance of Directors of Operations and General Managers will oversee/coordinate the hazard assessment of work sites/activities as needed and implement appropriate safe practices/measures as needed.
Human Resources will establish a Corporate Safety Committee to assist with the review and evaluation of safe practices, accidents, program development/implementation, etc. The committee will meet on a regular basis and as dictated by company needs.
Hazard Prevention and Control:
It is the responsibility of all employees to maintain a safe work environment. This includes but is not limited to:
- Maintaining clean and organized work sites.
- Ensuring that spills are immediately cleaned up.
- Identifying and correcting safety hazards or unsafe acts.
- Identifying and properly controlling hazardous.
- Using appropriate personal protective equipment.
- Including gloves when using knives following safe practices always.
- Maintaining and safely operating equipment, including.
- Ensuring that appropriate safety guards and devices are always in place while in use maintaining fire safety.
- Participating in safety training.
- Hazard surveillance is a responsibility of all employees: Hazards should be reported to the appropriate manager/supervisor for corrective actions.
Other Function/Hazard Specific Training will be provided to the affected employees by the responsible manager/supervisor upon assignment and/or when new equipment or procedures are introduced. The General Manager is responsible for ensuring that training is provided and documented to include the topic discussed, date of the meeting, and names of attending personnel. The following training will be provided upon initial assignment to the work area, as required (i.e., when an employee’s actions indicate that retraining may be needed), and at least annually unless otherwise indicated. Such training may include, but is not limited to: Fire Extinguisher/System Operation and Use
- Authorized persons only.
- Chemical Specific Hazards.
- Equipment Safety.
- Tool Use and Safety.
- Work Area Fire Safety.
- Personal Protective Equipment.
- Work Area Housekeeping and Sanitation.