Health

Healthy employees are the greatest asset of any company.

Health

A health and safety sets out our general approach and commitment together with the arrangements we have put in place for managing health and safety in the business. It is a unique document that says who does what, when and how? We believe that a safe and healthy workplace is a fundamental right of every person and also a business imperative. Our Workplace Rights Policy requires that we take responsibility for maintaining a productive workplace in every part of our Company by minimizing the risk of accidents, injury and exposure to health hazards for all of our associate.

In addition, we're working with our bottling partners to ensure health and safety risks are minimized for their employees and contract workers.We believe that sustainable success can be reached only through people. No other asset in the company is as important as the people that contribute with their work to our culture and our business results. Therefore, we devote all the necessary energy and attention to protect employees, contractors and any other people involved with the company along the value chain, including suppliers, customers and the public.

THE WORLD'S BEST KNOWN SAFETY EQUIPMENT WILL NEVER REPLACE A CAREFUL WORKMAN

  • Use and maintain all personal safety devices provided.
  • Maintain and properly use all tools under your control.
  • A core team for risk assessment will consist of Functional heads, and management appointee (Safety Officer) to control, guide and facilitate activities related to OHSAS.

 

  • Reviews & determination of the health & safety hazards and effects via interviews, site reconnaissance, and document review for the area or function defined. Considers waste streams generated (air, water, solid waste), energy exchange (energy used and energy released), resource consumption, community and interested stakeholder input, human and eco-system toxicity.

 

  • Evaluation of feedback from investigation of previous incident.
  • Activities of all personnel having access to the work place (including subcontractors and visitors).
  • No container or hazardous substances will be released for use unless the container is correctly labeled and the label is legible.
  • All chemicals in bags, drums, barrels, bottles, boxes, cans, cylinders, reaction vessels, storage tanks, or the like will be checked by the receiving department to ensure the manufacturer's label is intact, legible, and has not been damaged in any manner during shipment. Any containers found to have damaged labels will be quarantined until a new label has been installed.
  • The label must contain:
  1. The chemical name of the contents.
  2. The appropriate hazard warnings.
  3. The name and address of the manufacturer.
  4. Any other information required.
  5. Documentation

All secondary containers shall be labeled. The information must include details of all chemicals which are in the referenced container.

  • The Safety In charge will be responsible for reviewing all incoming MSDSs for new and significant health/safety information
  • New materials will not be introduced into the work area until a MSDS has been received.

EMPLOYEE INFORMATION AND TRAINING

  • An overview of the requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard, including their rights under this regulation.
  • Information regarding the use of hazardous substances in their specific work areas.
  • The location and availability of the written Hazard Communication Program. The program will be available to all employees during the orientation meeting. Subsequent to this, the program will be available from managers and also from the office.
  • Emergency and first aid procedures to follow if employees are exposed to hazardous substances.
  • Methods of observation techniques used to determine the presence or release of hazardous substances in the work area.

INFORMING CONTRACTORS

  • The hazardous substance to which they may be exposed while working on the jobsite.
  • The precautions the subcontractors' employees must take to lessen the possibility of exposure by usage of the appropriate measures.
  • Rules and regulations regarding the protection of employee safety, relevant to fire and ignition sources around flammable materials will be followed. The rules regarding smoking, welding, and grinding, will also be followed.'

RISK CONTROL

  • Considering potential emergency situations and possible accidents/incidents are documented. Reviews information regarding potential safety or health hazards.
  • Appropriate training on fire extinguishers and mock drill practices done twice in a year.
  • The possible level of fire is informed to fire brigade for their preparedness to assist us in such emergency fire or blaze situations.
  • In such emergency a central point is identified to collect the entire employee to avoid any casualty of employee.
  • Organization ensures the site is continuously monitored to ensure cleanliness procedures are maintained at least within the premises
  • No alcohol is consumed by organization personnel at any time. Those persons reporting for duty and believed to be under the influence of alcohol shall be refused entry. It is the organization's responsibility to ensure all his employees are made aware of this requirement and to enforce compliance.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE

  • A core team has been established consisting safety officer & incident controller.
  • Reviews information regarding potential safety, or health hazards & effects.
  • Reviews periodically, particularly following an emergency or drill incident, information.

From these tests or actual implementation of EPR plans and implementation results.

  • Uses results of these reviews to determine the effectiveness of the plan and also allow for any adjustments to be made. Plan and the Spill Prevention, Control & Counter measure Plan.
  • Potential emergency situations applicable to the organization are fire, Tower collapse, Electric Shock, Theft, Fall from height, Road accident & other fatal accident.
  • Training & Mock drill practice carried out to check the effectiveness of planned arrangement. Anyone who comes to know first the emergency situation will ring the bell or inform by other available means.

INJURY MANAGEMENT

  • An injury management program is a post injury procedure designed to ensure quality medical care, contain medical costs, reduce opportunities for litigation and return injured workers to full gainful employment in the earliest possible time.
  • The soaring cost of Worker's Compensation Insurance to our company will be contained. Rather than accepting injury related expenses as a fixed cost of doing business, we will be proactive in this program to focus our resources on:
  1. Educating our employees.
  2. Loss reporting.
  3. Utilization of medical providers.
  4. Return to work (RTW)
  5. Documentation