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Strategies to Overcome Barriers

The Work Health, Safety and Environment Policy (WHSE Policy) sets out the WHS and environmental aims and objectives of the company, and forms the basis of this Plan which sets out how the WHSE aims and objectives of the Policy are to be achieved, and how the company will meet its environmental aims and objectives where it has been recognised that company activities or products may have a measurable environmental impact. The Rehabilitation and Return to Work (RTW) Policy states the intention of the company to ensure that any worker who may suffer a work-related injury or illness will be encouraged, with the assistance and support of their treating practitioner, to return to meaningful work as soon as possible after the injury or onset of the illness. The Quality Policy states how the company adopts a “continuous improvement” approach to its design, manufacturing and installation process to ensure that our products and services meet the needs and expectations of our customers. All Policies are signed and dated by the principal of the company, and are reviewed annually.  
Aims and Objectives:
To provide a safe work environment for every worker.
Aims and Objectives
We will adopt procedures to: The administration
  We recognise that the overall responsibility environmental sustainability rests with management, who will be accountable for the implementation of this policy. These responsibilities include – ensuring that all environmental policies and procedures are implemented; establishing measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement aimed at theelimination of waste, pollution and environmental harm; encouraging consultation and co-operation between management, workers and stakeholders in matterswhich may affect or impact on the environment; and providing adequate resources to meet these environmental commitments. Workers also have responsibilities, which include – following all environmental policies and procedures; and recognising and reporting hazards which may affect the health and well-being of the environment.       This plan includes WHSE duty statements that nominate individuals who will be responsible for specific WHSE aspects of the work, and who will be available to deal with any injury, illness or WHSE incidents. Evidence of competency must be provided where regulations require that only competent or licensed persons carry out certain work, and ensure that certificates and licences are current.