Occupational Health and Safety Policy

Signs Alive is committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment for its workers and preventing occupational illness and injury. To express that commitment, we issue the following policy on Occupational Health and Safety.

As the employer, Signs Alive is responsible for the health and safety of its workers.

Signs Alive will make every effort to provide a healthy and safe work environment. We are dedicated to the objective of eliminating the possibility of injury and illness.

As President and Owner, I give you my personal promise to take all reasonable precautions to prevent harm to workers.

Leaders will be trained and held responsible for ensuring that the workers, under their supervision, follow this policy. They are accountable for ensuring that workers use safe work practices and receive training to protect their health and safety. Leaders also have a general responsibility for ensuring the safety of equipment and facility.

Signs Alive through all levels of management will cooperate with the Health & Safety Representative and workers to create a healthy and safe work environment. Cooperation should also be extended to others such as contractors, students, owners, officers, and so on.

The workers of Signs Alive will be required to support this organization’s health & safety initiative and to cooperate with the Health & Safety Representative and with others exercising authority under the applicable laws.

It is the duty of each worker to report to management, as soon as possible, any hazardous conditions, injury, accident, or illness related to the workplace. Also, workers must protect their health & safety by complying with applicable Acts and Regulations and following policies, procedures, rules and instructions as prescribed by Signs Alive.

Signs Alive will, where possible, eliminate hazards and, thus, the need for personal protective equipment. If that is not possible, and where there is a requirement, workers will be required to use safety equipment, clothing, devices, and materials for personal protection.

Signs Alive recognizes the worker’s duty to identify hazards, and supports and encourages workers to play an active role in identifying hazards and to offer suggestions or ideas to improve the health and safety program.

Evie Ribble

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