Safety

Andiamo Electric Ltd. strives to eliminate any foreseeable health and/or safety hazards which may result in property damage, incidents or personal injury and/or illness.

By developing, implementing and meeting the standard for ‘Partnerships’ through an independent evaluation of our health and safety program, Andiamo Electric Ltd. has been named a partner with the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) by achieving our Certificate of Recognition in the ACSA’s ‘Partnerships in Injury Reduction’ initiative.

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Health and Safety Policy

Andiamo Electric Ltd is committed to preventing the loss of any of it’s resources, including workers and physical assets.

In fulfilling this commitment to protect both people and property, management will provide and maintain a healthy and safe work environment in accordance with industry standards and in compliance with legislative requirements, and will strive to eliminate any foreseeable health and/or safety hazards which may result in property damage, incidents or personal injury or illness.

All workers (management supervisors, workers, contractors, and suppliers) will be equally responsible for minimizing incidents within our facilities and on our work sites. Safe work practices and procedures will be clearly defined in the Company Health and Safety Manual for all workers to follow. Andiamo Electric Ltd recognizes that workers are required to travel to and from the work site and should abide by the applicable legislation as it applies to the safe operation of motor vehicle whether using a company supplied or their own vehicle.

All workers have the right and the responsibility to refuse work which presents an imminent danger to themselves, or other workers, which is not normal to their occupation or which would not normally be done. It is also the workers responsibility to co-operate with the employer for the purpose of protecting themselves and other workers.

Incidental loss can be controlled through good management in combination with active worker involvement. Safety is the direct responsibility of all managers, supervisors, and workers.

All management activities will comply with company health and safety requirements as they relate to the planning, operation and maintenance of facilities and equipment. All workers will perform their jobs properly in accordance with established procedures and safe work practices.

I trust that all of you will join me in a personal commitment to make health and safety a way of life, including the operation of a motor vehicle on or off the work site.

Paul Lyle, President

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