Health & SafetyThe Health and Safety program is an integral part of PHH ARC's culture. This can only be achieved by maintaining our commitment to provide a safe and healthy workplace and to the protection of employees, clients, contractors, property, the environment and the public.
PHH ARC will strive for an accident-free workplace in accordance with industry standards and by meeting or exceeding the requirements of health and safety legislation. All management activities will comply with company safety requirements as they relate to planning, operation and maintenance of facilities and equipment.
We recognize that health and safety is a shared responsibility. All employees are responsible for participating in and maintaining our health and safety program and for adhering to the safety policies of our clients.
All PHH ARC employees must follow safe work procedures, wear and use certified personal protective equipment when required, participate in health and safety training and inform supervisors of any unsafe workplace conditions or incidents immediately.
Everyone at PHH ARC has the right and responsibility to refuse to work when unsafe conditions are present.
PHH ARC participates in the Partnerships in Health and Safety - Certificate of Recognition (COR) program in Alberta. As a company we continually audit and upgrade the safety performance of our systems and staff to protect our most valuable resources.
We have implemented group safety meetings as well as a corporate Health and Safety Policy and Procedures Manual. It is the backbone for all Health and Safety related activities and education for our staff. The manual is continually updated and reviewed and each employee is responsible to read, understand, contribute and implement the policies and content during work place activities.
By fulfilling our responsibilities, each and every person who works for PHH ARC will share the benefits of a safe and healthy workplace.