About MeidenWorkplace Safety and Health Policy
Meiden Singapore strives to be one of the most respected companies in the industry, and places great emphasis on employees’ Safety/ Health, Security and well-being.
The Management team is fully committed to achieving excellence in Occupational Safety and Health (“OSH”), as this will contribute towards sustainable development of the company, (including its competitive advantages), as well as the health and welfare of society.
We focus on, minimizing occupational safety and health risks, managing hazards responsibly, Preventing OSH accidents and setting challenging Objectives & Targets for our operations, by:
1. Designing, manufacturing, installing and maintaining our products in a manner that meets or exceeds all applicable regulations
2. Providing the positive working conditions and appropriate trainings to safeguard our employees’ safety, health and keeping the good motivation and job satisfaction;(Training & Culture)
3. Continuous Improvement also known as Kaizen of WSH Management & Performance
4. Ensuring our products and services are safe, with their intended uses are accurately described. We shall provide the necessary information and support so that customers can use our products safely
The following principles describe our daily approach in practicing OHS matters:
1. Safety is absolutely paramount
2. Observation of rules and regulations, as well as adherence to the good procedures results in the prevention of breaches
3. Implementation of regular inspections and corrective actions is most important in ensuring and maintaining the highest OSH standards
4. We are committed to strengthen and stepping up our security measures in response against act of terror (SG Secure)
5. Responsibility for occupational safety and health extends beyond our official work responsibilities
This Policy shall be reviewed periodically and communicated to all staff and related contractors. All Management Team, employees and contractors must act in accordance with this policy, observe our standards, and comply with its relevant laws and regulations.
8 January 2019