The TerraPro Group of Companies Corporate Health, Safety and Environment Policy
The Terrapro Group of Companies (TerraPro) is committed to conducting its activities in a manner that will safeguard the health and safety of our employees, our customers, our suppliers, visitors, the public and protect the environment.
All levels of our management are responsible for providing and maintaining a safe work place with proper procedures, training, and equipment to ensure that work activities are performed to accepted industry standards and in compliance with all relevant government regulations.
All employees, as an integral part of their work, share the responsibility to preform their tasks in a safe manner by:
- Observing all safety rules
- Following Safe Work Procedures
- Wearing and using Personal Protective Equipment when required
- Participating in Safety Training, and
- Reporting any unsafe working conditions
Our expectations also include a dedicated participation in our Health, Safety, and Environmental Programs, and contribution toward the continuous improvement of our standards and controls.
By fulfilling our shared responsibilities we will maintain TerraPro as a healthy and safe place to work, and as a desirable member of the communities in which we operate.
Richard Kulhawe, P.Eng.
TerraPro Group Inc. relentlessly pursues excellence in all operational aspects of our business, including positive and industry leading results in the area of Health, Safety, and Environment. In the swamp mat/access mat industries, specific work procedures, job site assessments, and job specific hazards, are addressed in detail and with an overriding objective to ensure that every employee and stakeholder in our operation leaves the workplace in at least as sound a physical, emotional, and mental condition as he or she arrived in.
We further ensure that you, our customer, is able to mitigate your operational liabilities by validating our corporate safety performance and compliance with industry and government regulatory requirements through either of: