KASI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is committed to a high level of Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) standards and shall take practicable steps to eliminate or prevent risk of injuries, occupational illness and environmental for all our employees, contractors, clients and the public.
To execute the policy, KASI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd shall:
KASI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd requires all its employees, clients, contractors to strictly adhere to this policy at all times.
Kasi (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. is committed towards the development of a healthy, safe and environmentally friendly atmosphere. Towards this end our company has adopted a ‘Non-Smoking’ Policy which incorporates the following:
KASI’s Alcohol and Drugs Policy aim to cultivate and maintain healthy and productive work environment in the workplace. The use of drugs and alcohol in the workplace may impair worker’s ability to perform their work safely, efficiently and with respect for colleagues, clients and others. This is also important as to ensure that employees are aware of the health risks associated with alcohol and drugs misuse.
It is KASI's policy to:
All activities are to adopt a Zero Accident Tolerance attitude to any occurrences that threaten the Health, Safety and Environment (HSSE) of our work force and the public. KASI’s Management is committed to achieving and sustaining “ZERO ACCIDENT TOLERANCE” through continuous improvement practices.
These are the mandatory rules of wearing PPE on work site:
KASI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is committed towards giving priority to Health, Safety, Security and Environment, wherever it operates and shall endeavor to take every reasonable and practicable step to minimise or eliminate the risk of injuries, health hazards, damage to properties or environment.
It is the Company’s policy that all employees, including contractor staff, have the right not to continue work when there is an immediate threat which can endanger himself, others or cause adverse impact to the environment.
The Stop Work Policy has the full support of Management. When there is a doubt on whether work should continue, employees including contractor’s staff, should promptly notify their immediate supervisor for assessment of the hazardous condition.