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Uni-Bros Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE)

We attribute our success to HSE and hold this important mentality our corporate culture. Simply put, the health of our employees, their families and the communities in which we live and work directly related to the well being of our clients.
At Uni-Bros, we believe HSE begin in the mind. Hence the very corner stone of our HSE program is continuous training and development. The goal is to elevate the level of awareness, to take corrective actions before a situation escalates to disruption status. On top of individual-level awareness, corporate-level programs and processes are implemented to promote Incident and Injury Free (IIF) workplace:
In striving for 100% IIF, we like to look at the results objectively and continuously looking for ways to improve our performance. We engage an independent third party inspector for annual report. Please contact us for instruction on how to obtain this report.

▪ Training and Development
▪ Recognition and Reward
▪ Supplier HSE
▪ Project HSE evaluation checklist and audit

Training and Development

Each and every Uni-Bros employee must attend HSE training programs and obtain HSE Certificate of Completion. Training programs and instructions are developed and administered by the Ministry of Labor.
In addition to HSE certificate, equipment specific certification must also be obtained. For example, steam boiler operators must have Pressurized Equipment Certificate.

Recognition and Reward

Our internal HSE audits are conducted quarterly, and rewards are recognized for individuals and groups who contribute to our IIF achievement.

Supplier HSE

Suppliers to Uni-Bros are evaluated based on a number of variables. We look for suppliers with similar values and culture. Please contact us for this evaluation process involving HSE.

Project HSE evaluation checklist and audit

Project requirements and conditions are evaluated against our HSE guideline. Any HSE issue must be corrected before the project can begin. Such evaluation is audited monthly until project completion, and again, any discrepancy must be corrected in order for the work to continue.