It is the policy of the Linck Refractory Service LLC, to provide working conditions that are safe for all members of the workforce. This is to enable them to carry out their work activities in such ways that the health, safety and welfare of themselves as well as others who may be affected by their acts or omissions will not be affected in an adverse way.
Linck Refractory Service LLC recognizes its duty to protect the people; property, the environment and that health and safety should never be compromised for other objectives.
Linck Refractory Service LLC believes that a strong commitment to safety within the company will be beneficial in many ways, including a safer workforce with improved productivity and quality.
It is recognized that resources put into Health, Safety and Training etc, are an investment with long term benefits both to the company and to the workforce. The overall benefits include reduced costs of accidents and near misses, less “lost time”, liability etc and improved productivity, more effective use of resources, a better public perception of the company etc.
Linck Refractory Service LLC accepts their duty to provide the necessary investment by providing the required resources for equipment, training, PPE, advice and supervision to promote safe work practices.
To promote this high level of commitment and continual improvement, Linck Refractory Service LLC will discuss health and safety and related issues at planned weekly meetings. Linck Refractory Service LLC will hold other meetings where other persons will be invited to participate in discussions and planning of any changes or improvements that have health and safety implications. Documents, toolbox talks etc will be prepared covering any relevant aspects of health and safety and other issues, and these will be freely distributed within the entire workforce as appropriate.
Linck Refractory Service LLC will ensure that the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and all duties and obligations imposed by any other Acts and Regulations affecting the activities of the contracting and factory divisions are to be compiled with.
Everybody in the company will be involved in promoting a strong “safety culture” that will strive for Zero incidents as an integral part of good management practices. This will be done by providing adequate resources, information, training and instruction involving individuals at all levels in the active management of health and safety in the workplace.
Risk assessment and risk management are seen as being of prime importance in establishing progressive working methods that help improve both efficiency and health and safety in the workplace. Everybody within the company at all levels has some degree of input to this ongoing process.