Impact Fertilisers
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Work health, safety and environment policy

impact-signImpact Fertilisers recognises its obligations under Australian Work Health & Safety Legislation. We are committed to maintaining the highest practical standards of Health, Safety and wellbeing for all employees, contractors, visitors and the community.

Impact Fertilisers acknowledges the importance of a preventative approach to Work Health & Safety, the need for clear strategies to implement, monitor and review these practices, which form part of Impact Fertilisers’ safety management systems.

A fundamental to this policy is, that every Impact Fertilisers employee is responsible for ensuring all areas under their control are in safe condition and that they conduct themselves in a safe manner at all times. To this end, training in Work Health, Safety & Environment requirements will be provided on a regular basis, in line with the relevant legislation.

In addition, all employees, contractors and/or visitors have a “Duty of Care” for their own health & safety and that of others.

Key Objectives of Impact Fertilisers’ Work Health, Safety & Environment management system are:

  • Safe work environments which cause ‘no harm’ to workers or the community
  • Effective hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control systems
  • Training and development in Work Health, Safety & Environment
  • Clear accountabilities and leadership
  • An inclusive and consultative culture
  • Legal compliance

Work Health, Safety & Environment initiatives will be actively sought from all areas of the business and will be recorded, assessed and addressed along functional management lines, consistent with Impact Fertilisers’ Values, policies and systems.

As Chief Executive Officer for Impact Fertilisers, I will ensure that all Work Health, Safety & Environment issues are duly considered and managed in accordance with the health and safety needs of all personnel operating at our sites and the requirements of the law.

Jim Mole
Chief Executive Officer
July 2013