Management recognise their moral and legal responsibilities under occupational health and safety legislation to provide a healthy and safe place of work for people involved in our operations.

Occupational Health & Safety Objectives

The Management and Staff at ECO Structures Australia are committed and will strive to:

  • Prevent and eliminate work related injuries and illnesses
  • Identify, assess and control workplace hazards and risks to provide a healthy and safe workplace
  • Develop procedures, processes and instructions to ensure safe systems of work are implemented and maintained

As part of our systems and processes we will:

  • Train, educate and communicate with employee’s, contractors and other relevant interested parties in regard to this policy and occupational health and safety expectations where necessary
  • Ensure that this policy is available to interested parties
  • Define and meet objectives, by documenting and monitoring measurable occupational health and safety targets to ensure continued improvement aimed at the elimination of work-related injury and illness
  • Conduct regular management review meetings to ensure our Occupational Health and Safety management system is reviewed and controlled appropriately
  • Report, investigate and apply corrective actions to all workplace incidents
  • Comply to OH&S statutory, regulatory and other requirements
  • Continually monitor and improve our health and safety performance and the effectiveness of our Occupational Health and Safety Management System
  • Conduct audits of key processes within the business as part of our Continual Improvement Process
  • Ensure our Occupational Health and Safety Management System is conformant and certified to AS/NZS 4801:2001 and OSHAS 18001:2007
  • Review this policy annually