iPRO’s Safety Policy is based on the following principles:

• The safety and wellbeing of people employed at work, subcontractors and their employees, visitors and the public is a major priority and must be considered, before, during and after all work is performed.
• Safety in the workplace is the combined responsibility of all team members.
• Ongoing consultation and good communications are essential to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all stakeholders.

 

In keeping with our health and safety principles iPRO will:

• Ensure the effectiveness of the QSER Manual is reviewed at least annually in the Management Review Meeting.
• Conduct safety audits annually in conjunction with the annual general audit.
• Establish measurable objectives and produce statistical reports to review performance against objectives in Management Review Meetings.
Safety Objectives will be reviewed and modified or replaced as circumstances change.
• Investigate all serious incidents and implement preventative actions to minimise risk of occurrence.
• Provide effective injury management and rehabilitation programs for employees.
• Comply with AS/NZS4801:2001, our legal requirements, including WHS legislation and regulations as well as client contractual
requirements.
• Consult with all employees and other stakeholders and involve staff in the decision-making processes through induction training and
regular team meetings to improve the effectiveness of the QSER Manual.
• Make the Health and Safety Policy available to team through the iPRO website.
• The Safety policy is reviewed annually prior to our annual Internal Audit. iPRO #team input will be invited and included as appropriate