Spitze constantly raises the bar in environmental health and safety. The company strives to maintain this record by always implementing the latest training, innovation and support to our staff, partners and key stakeholders within the communities in which we work.
Our safety management systems and environmental impact sustainability policies are our nucleus which allow us to create a consistent safe and satisfactory service wherever we operate and have an impeccable safety record.
Our respect to the environmental impact on the lands in which we work along with our clear focus towards health and safety ensures that all employees, customers and visitors are fully safeguarded for their health, safety and welfare while having the privilege to be apart of upholding or its losing our service. We believe that everyone has a duty to take care of the environment and to seek ways to conserve natural resources and health and safety is a lifestyle not a choice. Through this holistic approach it guarantees a positive experience with Spitze.
Spitze is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy work environment for all involved and our safety systems are developed in accordance to AS/NZS 4801. We ensure that all of our staff are adequately trained for their roles. We have procedures in place for the reporting on any safety concerns employees or customers may have and encourage feedback so that we can continue to improve our processes. Our safety procedures continually evolve, adapt and exceed all legislation, regulations, guidelines and most importantly our client’s expectations. Our intensive and detailed policies and practices in this area are rigidly enforced to all of our staff. They include:
Extensive Job Scoping;
Job Safety Analysis;
Permits and Authorities;
Detailed Statement of Works;
Detailed Audits and Site Reports;
Aftercare and Weekly Electronic Reports.
We have identified environmental risks and will propose how to manage these risks accordingly.
The benefits to you are:
Lower business costs through reduced resource consumption and waste disposal costs;
Improved environmental performance, such as reduced electricity consumption and purchasing of more 'sustainable' products;
An assurance that we meet all environmental legal requirements.