We at Superior Environmental Solutions have a responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of our employees, contractors, business visitors and the public.
We have a responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of our employees, customers, contractors and the general public. It is our firm and diligent commitment to eliminate accidents through every reasonable precaution and by promoting safe behavior both at work and at home. We believe that every employee should arrive home at the end of the day as healthy as when they arrived at work. We also commit to providing a well-educated, safety-conscious workforce to ensure that all work is performed in the safest manner possible. Injury prevention and efficient operations go hand in hand, and no work activity is more important or urgent than its safe execution. We promote a work environment that encourages personal responsibility in accident prevention. We have a responsibility to our families, our fellow employees, our customers, our company and ourselves to perform our duties in a safe and productive manner. This requires an understanding and observation of the safety rules and procedures related to the efficient and effective handling of each person’s job. Under no circumstance should any SES employee take an unnecessary risk that could cause injury.
The SES Safety Philosophy
People are the most critical element in having a safe workplace.
Everyone is expected to give and accept feedback—both positive and negative—regarding safety, health and the work environment.
Train for Safety
Safety training and audits must be conducted and are essential elements for safe workplaces.
Environment is important
It is essential to investigate injuries and occupational illnesses as well as incidents with the potential for injury.
Start with prevention
Preventing injuries and occupational illnesses is good business.
Safety is a choice and a condition of employment
All injuries and occupational illnesses can be prevented.
Safety is everyone’s responsibility.
Accountability for all
Management and employees are equally responsible for and accountable to preventing injuries and occupational illnesses.