Health & Safety
ADBLU's Safety Steps
Plan the task and methodology
Risks and Hazards
Identify potential risks and hazards
Assess the risks and hazards
Mitigate through contingency planning
Communicate Risks and Plans
Communicate risks and plans to project team members, through action and emergency plans, briefings, tool-box talks and active safety supervision
Our system focuses on proactive, detailed task and work package planning, risk and hazard identification and recognition and development of risk assessments (RAMS) on a per project basis.
This approach ensures that the project management team has taken the time to thoroughly think through the tasks and work packages and assess the potential risks and hazards applicable. Once this has been completed, the project management team develops mitigation plans that are implemented in the event of an identified risk arising thereby reducing the impact on the project.
The Project Management team is responsible for communicating the risks and hazards to the implementation team so that everyone is aware of the risks and can consider them while working on their assigned tasks. We carry out regular toolbox talks with the implementation team as well as a site induction with visitors to the site before they enter. The primary goal is to prevent incidents and accidents. As projects are completed, we take a lessons learned approach to continuously update our policies and systems with best practices.
We always encourage and support our staff to perform their duties in such a way to protect themselves and others. We make sure that we understand local environments and conditions and implement relevant and appropriate procedures to ensure that we protect and create a safe working environment for all staff and stakeholders.