The YTC Group of Companies complies with the prevailing local Health and Safety regulations applicable to the activities of the relevant office and will take into account any recommendations made by the appropriate Health and Safety authority.
This commitment is a management responsibility equivalent to that of any other management function. It is the duty of the Company’s directors to ensure that policy is upheld at all times and to provide the necessary resources required.
This commitment is in the best interests of our customers, our employees and contractors, our shareholders, and the communities in which we live and work.
DAILY TOOLBOX MEETING
Construction sites pose many dangers for the individuals who have to walk through them. Trip hazards, dust, slick conditions, and dropped objects are just a few of the many possible hazards present for those individuals walking around a construction site.
MASS TOOLBOX MEETING
Slips, trips, and falls are some of most common types of incidents that result in injuries to workers. Operators of heavy equipment are not exempt from these incidents occurring to them. Climbing into the cab of equipment or walking on the slick surfaces of a machine are two common occurrences that can result in a slip, trip, or fall injury for an operator.
HSE auditing is a systematic examination that involves analysis, tests and confirmations of operational procedures and practices to verify whether they conform and comply with legal requirements and internal policies and evaluate whether they comply with and implement good safety, health, and environmental practices.
The purpose of this PTW briefing is to provide guidance in confirming completion of all defined work activities, notation of the hazards involved, and precautions to be taken prior to the execution of the work.