NORTH BEACH ENTERPRISES LTD is committed to the provision of a safe and healthy work environment for all its employees and others, who may work, visit or enter our client’s facilities on our company’s behalf. As a consequence, it is the intention to develop and maintain a Health, Safety and Environmental programme which is in line with legal requirements and the best business practices that governs our industry.
Identify potential hazards that may arise through the activities of NBEL, to assess the risk arising from these and to institute effective control measures to minimize the risk.
Implement appropriate measures to prevent accidents, injury and health impairment of all persons affected by the activities of NBEL and promote a culture of safety consciousness.
Provide the necessary resources for the implementation and management of its health, safety and environmental system.
Comply fully with all statutory and contractual Health, Safety and Environmental requirements.
Ensure that all Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are communicated, understood and implemented where third party arrangements exist.
Provide relevant information, instruction, training, and supervision as is necessary to ensure competence of all Employees.
Integrate health and safety responsibilities into everyday working practices and managerial responsibilities and to continually review, improve and update the policy so that all important and relevant legislation.
Provide safe working conditions and equipment to minimize or eliminate incidents.
Consult with Employees on HSE management and performance.
NBEL will ensure that the Necessary Resources are provided for Adequate Emergency Response and Preparedness.
Ensure safe handling and transportation of harmful substances.
North Beach Enterprises Ltd (NBEL) believes that all our people are entitled to the same level of protection in spite of where they work. NBEL makes sure that a consistent approach to safeguarding Health, Safety, Environment and Security. We have adopted a global HSE Management System supported by our HSE processes, procedures, instructions and guidelines, as well as a mature security system. NBEL’s management system is a controlled suite of documentation as seen below.
Identifies key features of HSE management process rules which you must understand and comply with, to achieve consistent HSE objectives.
Tells you about NBEL's HSE goals, objectives and culture.
Lists issues concerning your safety with which you need to become familiar when you join a worksite.
Identifies NBEL's collective responsibilities and the role of the HSE department.
Empowers you to address unsafe conditions in your work place or to stop unsafe behaviour by work colleagues.
Promotes the reporting of all near miss incidents, damage, illnesses and injuries so that NBEL can learn from any mistakes and make improvements.
Provides lists of topics to help you assess the risks associated with work tasks and to assist you when involved in toolbox talks or similar.
Leads you in maintaining your security by listing the key security actions you should take.
NBEL asks of all its employees and charges to ask your supervisor to explain anything you are unsure about or tell you more about HSE
HSEQ common principles
The following principles provide a common foundation across NBEL on which our HSEQ and Security policies are built
We work according to applicable laws, codes and regulations
We comply with approved procedures, rules and instructions
We provide our people with all necessary information, instruction and supervision
Our people are trained and competent for the tasks they are expected to complete
We provide Safe Systems of Work (SSOW) facilitated by efficient planning, robust risk assessment and effective management of change
All incidents must be reported and investigated and remedial actions assigned and completed
Clear objectives are set and progress is regularly reviewed
Documentation is reviewed in accordance with a scheduled programme or after a significant change
Leadership duties and accountability
Managers and team leaders have overall responsibility for and are held accountable for the
health and safety of people working for them. This includes the protection of people, the
environment and equipment on their worksite.
Their responsibility includes the following activities
Conducting risk assessment and evaluation
Providing safe operational procedures
Providing safe equipment
Ensuring a robust permit to work system is used where special activities or non-routine work takes place
Ensuring good worksite housekeeping
Carrying out safety induction/familiarisation training
Listening to workers’ concerns with regard to safety and acting on them
Promoting the Critical Safety Behaviours campaign
Intervening when at-risk behaviour is observed
Setting a good example through personal leadership and the promotion of health, safety and environmental policies and initiatives
Demonstrating accountability through performance reviews, counselling and disciplinary action
Leading investigations into injuries, accidents and high potential incidents, contributing to the reports and ensuring follow up of actions and provision of feedback
Ensuring people working under supervision have received adequate training to enable them to perform their assigned tasks safely
Conducting management site visits and reporting findings
Message from the Managing Director
Safety is one of our core values, and we believe that by working together with integrity, we will
create an incident-free workplace every day, everywhere.
We can make this a reality if we have the right attitude to health, safety, environmental and security management: by following instructions and procedures; by upholding our own high standards and never taking shortcuts; by helping others who may be new to a particular worksite and by challenging those who disregard our rules. We all have a part to play. NBEL via its management teams will help you succeed by setting safety priorities as part of the project work execution.
I believe that safety, quality and good management are inextricably linked. A safe worksite is a well run worksite. A well-run worksite is a safe place to work.
NBEL manages HSE issues across our business and utilizes the key management principles at all of our worksites. Day to day management of HSE is a line management responsibility supported by our HSE professionals.
Remember: it is vital to maintain your safety focus at all times. If we all do so, we can create a business which is second to none in terms of safe project delivery.