HENDERSON QHSE Policy
HENDERSON recognizes managing health, safety, and environmental are the prime responsibility of the Leadership Team. The organization manages risks to prevent occupational injuries and sickness with proper workplace planning, training, hazard identification, inspections, and incident investigations.
Management is responsible and accountable for achieving excellence in QHSE performance. Training and development of HENDERSON employees and contractors is a critical component of overall workplace safety. Management must provide QHSE training that equips employees to protect themselves and others from potential harm.
Supervisors and managers at HENDERSON are accountable to ensure all parties are given appropriate knowledge and equipment to deal with potential workplace risks. All HENDERSON employees share in the responsibility to ensure the company’s QHSE system is developed and maintained to the highest standards. Employees are responsible for clearly identifying risks and hazards. They must refuse any work that poses an undue threat and conducts business in a manner consistent with HENDERSON’s values.
The health, safety, and wellbeing of HENDERSON employees, contractors, vendors, and visitors, along with satisfying customers and protecting the environment are key drivers at HENDERSON. QHSE management and risk assessment fundamentals are integrated into all business processes. HENDERSON seeks to develop a viable and sustainable business while minimizing environmental impact and making the most efficient use of our time and resources. The company works to increase the usability, utility, and lifespan of new and remanufactured equipment. In doing so, we minimize our company and customer’s environmental impact.
HENDERSON complies with all applicable legal and QHSE requirements of its customers and community. The company implements and maintains its management system and keeps this policy updated to continuously improve QHSE performance.
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