MDH is committed to providing and maintaining a healthy and safe work place and to responsible management of all environmental aspects of our business. Through the MDH Environment, Health and Safety Programs, the company will carry out the following:
- Strive to identify, assess and manage the environmental aspects and impacts associated with the services and products we provide
- Strive to identify and manage the environmental, health and safety risks and hazards to which our employees are exposed
- Help our employees develop an awareness and understanding of the environmental, health and safety issues relevant to their work
- Strive to comply with legislation, regulations, and appropriate industry standards
- Monitor and enhance the program through inspections, audits, reviews, investigations, corrective actions and other processes
- Encourage internal and external communication regarding environmental, health and safety issues
Management provides direction and resources, and every employee is accountable for MDH’s environmental, health and safety performance. Complete and active participation by everyone, every day, in all activities is necessary to meet our environmental, health and safety responsibilities.
All Employees, visitors, and contractors are expected to understand and comply with the policies and procedures in the Environment, Health and Safety Manual, applicable legal and regulatory requirements, and industry codes and standards.
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We Care Statement
At SNC-Lavalin WE CARE about the health and safety of our employees, of those who work under our care and of the people our projects serve.
Health and Safety Vision
- Have everyone working with SLE get home safely at the end of each shift;
- Have visible leadership in safety at all levels of the organization each day; and
- Attain recognition as a leader in safety among the world's major environmental consulting groups.
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