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HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

Our policy is to perform work in the safest possible manner in accordance with client safety specifications, federal regulations and provincial regulations.

Our commitment is to take every reasonable precaution to provide and maintain a safe work environment which protects the physical, psychological and social well-being of our employees.

Our goal is to eliminate or minimize hazards which may cause injury or illness.

Our expectation is that all projects will be on time, within budget and completed safely.

Responsibility/Obligations

TJCM (as the employer) and all employees (as workers) share responsibility to work together in accordance with Section 2 of the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations and Code, which states:

  1. Every employer shall ensure, as far as it is reasonably practicable for the employer to do so, the health and safety of the workers.
  2. Every worker shall, while engaged in an occupation, take reasonable care to protect the health and safety of the worker and of other workers present while the worker is working, and co-operate with the worker’s employer for the purposes of protecting the health and safety of all other workers.

LEADERSHIP

As stated in the TJCM Company Health and Safety Policy, TJCM and all TJCM workers share responsibility to ensure work is completed in a way that protects the health and safety of all workers. Our management team at TJCM provides overall leadership for the Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Program.

Senior Management demonstrates their commitment to HSE leadership role both visibly and professionally at all times.

Middle Management/Supervisors actively promotes the HSE Program and evaluates workers to ensure they are capable of meeting TJCM’s safety objectives.

Workers and Contractors learn and abide by all safety standards as per our HSE Program, Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act, Code and Regulation, and Client’s requirements.

RISK ASSESSMENT

It is the policy of TJCM that for every work task to be completed, the risk (probability + severity) is assessed/analyzed so that proper controls can be put into place to minimize and lower the risk of injury/illness. TJCM utilizes a combination of formal hazard assessment techniques and site-specific hazard assessment techniques.

Risk assessment is a vital component in ensuring on-site safety, helping to drive TJCM toward our ZERO ACCIDENT target.

ZERO ACCIDENT

TJCM strives for a “Zero Accident” target in all our operations because ALL ACCIDENTS ARE PREVENTABLE. In order to achieve this target, we must have an unshakable support system, rooted in Management, and branching out to all TJCM workers, subtrades and stakeholders

To achieve the ultimate goal of “Zero Accident”, TJCM pledges to:

  1. Commitment and demonstration of health and safety practices and policies by TJCM Management
  2. Provide ongoing health and safety training
  3. Encourage transparency and open dialogue for all health and safety matters
  4. Prompt investigation and mitigation of risk

WE BELIEVE IN TRAINING

TJCM provides, to all TJCM workers, safety and related training that is necessary to minimize losses of human and physical resources of the company.

This training includes, but not be limited to:

  • HSE orientation for all employees
  • Hazard identification and control processes
  • HSE and leadership training for supervisors and management
  • Task and trade-specific training and certification
  • Specialized safety and related training
  • Refresher and update training

COMMUNICATION

Transparency and open communication are the foundational building blocks which allow TJCM to maintain our Core Values. Input from employees is encouraged during all formal meetings and is an integral component of our positive Health and Safety Culture.

SUBCONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT

TJCM does not separate our subcontractors from our own employees. We apply the same set of Health and Safety standards that we hold ourselves accountable to and ensure their understanding and compliance of TJCM Health and Safety Policies and Procedures prior to any arrangements made or work conducted.

Additionally, TJCM Subcontractors are security cleared and monitored for quality assurance.

HSE PERFORMANCE

TJ Construction Management holds a COR (Certificate of Recognition) which is a nationally standardized occupational health and safety program accreditation for industry employers aimed at reducing the human and financial costs associated with workplace accidents and injuries.

TJCM’s HSE Department conducts an annual COR safety audit, ensures ongoing legislative compliance and provides support for all TJCM workers and sub-trades.

In addition to formal COR auditing, the efficacy of our Health and Safety Program is measured on an annual basis, comparing our Recordable Injury Rate (RIR) from year to year.

Through these audits and comparisons, TJCM is able to address areas where improvement is recommended and plan for completion of corrective actions.

Incident investigation and reporting is an essential part of our Health and Safety Program. The goal of an Incident Investigation is to find the direct and indirect causes of the incident in order to ensure problems are corrected, and the likelihood of reoccurring incidents are reduced. TJCM perceives all incidents as opportunities to teach and train our workers.