OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY:
PEAKE is committed to providing a physically safe, healthy and secure working environment that eliminates accidents and incidents that could result in personal injury or ill health to workers, contractors and visitors to the workplace. It is the responsibility of all persons at the workplace to maintain their own safety and do not adversely affect the health or safety of others. PEAKE ensures workers on site are required to work within the Occupational Health, Safety & Environment (OHSE) duty of care as listed in the orientation documentation.
PEAKE maintains full compliance with all OHSE legislation and regulatory requirements specific to the industry in which it operates. This is achieved through the meeting of OHSE objectives as agreed between management and consultation with workers.
PEAKE monitors all responsible parties for the orientation, induction of employees and the provision of suitable ongoing staff development opportunities for all workers in relation to OHSE. This includes providing all workers with an initial orientation and induction. Where contractors are used within the workplace, the principal/agent assumes the responsibility for general OHSE orientation.
PEAKE provides its workers with additional occupational safety and health training opportunities throughout the year. These include in-house toolbox sessions, in-house machinery training and external specialist courses such as first aid. All site workers are encouraged to complete their safety card (blue card) during their tenure.
PEAKE’s OH&S Policy has been prepared in accordance with Work Safe, and is acceptable in all States