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T & J Constructions are currently accredited to AS/NZS 4801:2001 & OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational, Health and Safety Management Systems.
• Establishing clear targets and objectives on an
annual basis to improve health and safety in
• Ensuring that all sub-contractors are fully
inducted and comply with T & J Constructions
OH&S policies and procedures.
• Effectively disseminating health and safety
information to all employees.
• Encouraging active participation, consultation
and cooperation of all employees, contractors
and visitors in promoting and developing
T & J Constructions is committed to protecting the health and safety of all its employees while they are at work. T & J Constructions has developed a health and safety management system that is integrated with all organisational activities. All employees and managers have a responsibility to work safely, to take all reasonable care for their own health and safety, and to consider the health and safety of other people who may be affected by their actions.
T & J Constructions will take all reasonable and practical steps to improve work safety conditions and will strive to achieve a goal of zero harm. T & J Constructions is committed to:
• Complying with all applicable health and safety laws, regulations and
• Providing a safe system of work to protect the safety of all workers and the
• Providing safe plant and equipment, for controlled work.
• Implementing risk management systems which; are relevant and suitable for
the organisation’s risk exposure as well as identify, promote and continuously
improve health and safety performance.
• Factoring in OH&S considerations into all decisions, at all stages of every
• Ensuring managers remain directly accountable for the health, safety and
welfare of their employees and provide adequate resources to assist managers
in this cause.
• Provision of appropriate Health and Safety Training to all employees. Ensuring
that all employees are aware of their own responsibilities for their own safety.
• Maintaining relevant policies, procedures, systems, information, training,
recognition programs, and organisational structures to support and
communicate effective health and safety practices throughout the Group.