Health and Safety Policy Statement


Redland Industrial Services (Arabia) Ltd (RISAL) recognizes both its moral and legal obligations to provide workplaces, plant and systems of work that are safe. RISAL also recognizes that these obligations are applicable to all persons who may be affected by the company’s activities. RISAL fully recognizes the need to proactively work with all clients and other interested parties to control and minimize risk for mutual benefit.

RISAL understands that effective health and safety management contributes to improved business performance by minimizing the financial losses associated with accidents and unplanned events. RISAL has firmly established the principal that HEATH AND SAFETY IS GOOD BUSINESS.

2. RISAL’s Objectives are:


  1. To ensure a systemic approach is taken to the identification and evaluation of risk, the identification of controls & the provision of financial and other resources.

  2. To meet, & where possible exceed, standards required by legislation, client procedures & best practice

  3. To work with all clients, suppliers, contractors & other interested parties for the mutual benefit of all.

  4. To minimize the cost of failure & to maximise the assocaited productivity benefits

  5. To involve employees at all levels & instill a positive culture of continual improvement.

  6. To instill a management culture that trains & educates to improve standards

  7. To positively promote H&S Management to maximize business opportunities

  8. To apply necessary benchmarks to verify objectives are being achieved

  9. To review this policy & associated management system as often as is necessary to ensure continuing adequacy and to verify continual improvement is being achieved


3. RISAL’s Commitments are:


  1. To strive towards, & to provide adequate resources to ensure all workplaces, facilities, agents, plant, equipment & systems are controlled to minimize risk.

  2. To eliminate significant risk where reasonably practicable to do so, & where this is not, adopt a suitable hierarchy of risk control.

  3. To proactively cooperate with clients & other interested parties to minimize risk

  4. To bring the policy to the attention of employees, other interested parties & for ensuring all are aware of their roles, responsibilities & what conduct is expected. 

  5. To ensure the policy is monitored, maintained & improved by proactive monitoring

  6. To reactively monitor performance, establish root causes & to take appropriate action to minimize loss & prevent re-occurrence where failure has occurred.

  7. To promote the reporting of incidents (including near misses) & a “no blame culture”

  8. To give employees the right to stop work, where there is a genuine belief that they, their colleagues, or any 3rd party are subject to a serious and imminent risk of harm.

  9. To ensure two way communication at all levels & establish health and safety meetings

  10. To ensure that in a limited resource environment all expenditure on loss prevention will be targeted at areas where maximum benefit can be achieved.

10 May, 2017

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