LEAD Health, Safety, Environmental And Quality Integrated Management System (IMS) Policy
LEAD is committed to the Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality Integrated Management System and to conform to the requirements of ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 by:
- Providing a high quality development consultancy services, that meet or exceed the specified contractual requirements.
- Assimilating the Integrated Management System into the LEAD’s business processes to achieve IMS objectives.
- Continually seeking to improve its Integrated Management System effectiveness to enhance customer satisfaction.
- Providing sufficient resources and to ensure that all staff are sufficiently trained and competent in their responsibilities.
- Communicating to the staff, and other interested parties, the importance of an effective Integrated Management System and of conforming to the IMS requirements.
- Complying with applicable legal, statutory, and regulatory requirements.
- Identifying and controlling risks and opportunities that can affect performance of its services by promoting the use of the process approach and risk based thinking.
- Protecting environmental matters; including prevention of pollution and, whenever possible, making efficient use of natural resources by minimizing waste, conserving energy and water, promoting recycling and the use of recycled materials.
- Developing and implementing realistic safe working systems and practices to prevent risks that may cause accidents, injuries and illness.
- Consulting and encouraging participation of employees in planning, implementation and performance evaluations of proposed Occupational Health and Safety Management initiatives.
LEAD Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality Integrated Management System (IMS) Objectives are;
- To achieve a Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) ≤ 0.4 per million man-hours;
- To ensure that all construction activities are in compliance with relevant authority construction environmental management plans and a target of zero critical environmental accidents;
- To perform an Internal Audit check once a year, and target to subsequently close out 100% of the audit finding and non-conformance reports within a period of 45 days;
- To reduce paper consumption by using digital platforms/ software to store/ save data, file sharing, communicate and reporting within the organization;
- To utilize lessons learned from previously executed design and construction projects for new projects where applicable;
- To evaluate design alternatives to achieve cost efficiency; And
- To deliver projects with the highest quality standards; on time and within the agreed budget.