Environmental Health & Safety Policy


Processes are in place to meet the following requirements:

  • Managers and employees are accountable for the HSE performance of the business, the implementation and communication of the HSEQ Policy, and meeting HSE performance objectives.
  • Managers ensure compliance with laws, regulations and permits relating to HSE, which is maintained across all GISF operations.
  • Inductions addressing relevant HSE objectives, hazards, risks, controls, and behavior are conducted for managers, staff and visitors.
  • Competence-based training programs and assessments are in place for positions where critical HSE tasks / activities have been identified.
  • All internal and external complaints related to HSE aspects of the Group’s operations are recorded, acknowledged, and investigated as incidents.
  • Hazards and risks are identified, evaluated, prioritized, and controlled by a structured process, including means that address normal and non-routine work activities.
  • The results of hazard identification, evaluation and control, and formal risk assessments are considered in the preparation and review of emergency response plans and procedures.
  • Maintained procedures are in place for the timely reporting, investigation, mitigation, and appropriate communication of all HSE incidents.
  • Procedures are in place to identify and determine the significance of environmental aspects and impacts of all operations, projects, goods, equipment and services.
  • Pollution prevention and waste minimization programs are developed, implemented, and maintained to eliminate, reduce, reuse, recycle, treat, or appropriately dispose waste.
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