The Hannibal’s Crossing SA Safety Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Hannibal’s Crossing SA
, The Occupational Health and Safety Policy, which we have embraced, is based on respect for human beings and the environment they live in.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is a top priority in Hannibal’s Crossing SA’s all operates.
In order to provide a safe and healthy working environment, everyone is obliged to make necessary work within their own jurisdiction.
One of our most important goals is to protect all our employees, collaborators, assotiated and the environment against the risks of our work we are in.

1. In this direction

In the workplace and its attachments; to ensure that employees, subcontractors, employees and other employees working outside the workplace are provided with all kinds of precautions, tools and personal protective equipment, in accordance with the OSH legislation in force and other requirements related to OHS, to ensure their health and safety.

2. Insecure conditions

Insecure conditions and movements that can cause occupational accidents and occupational diseases in the workplace and its attachments may prevent the possibility of accidental accidents in advance by determining an effective risk assessment,
Determine the risks that can lead to work accidents and occupational illness at work and ensure that employees at all levels are aware of the health, safety and social well-being of the subcontractors, reducing all kinds of material and moral losses that may arise in the future.

3. Education

Train our employees in the field of occupational health and safety and ensure they have good occupational health and safety awareness,
To ensure that the subcontractor who provides services at the workplace and the visits to Hannibal’s Crossing SA. will comply the rules on occupational health and safety.

4. Commitment

We are committed to ensuring worker’s involvement and adhering to our OHS Management System established and implemented by continuous improvement policy.

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