National Cables Industry is fully committed to undertake its business in such way as to minimize the risk of injury or ill health to people, damage to property or the environment. National Cables has a moral and legal obligation to safety and welfare of their employees and anyone who may be affected by the actions of the Company, its employees, or as a result of National Cables Industry activities. National Cables Industry full accepts their obligations and responsibilities, which will be achieved by:


  • Meeting its responsibilities as an employer to do all that is reasonably practicable to prevent accidents, injuries and damage to health; including a commitment to continual improvement in OH&S management and performance.
  • A commitment to at least comply with applicable legal requirements and with other requirements to which the organization subscribe to relate to its OH&S hazards.
  • Providing and maintaining safe working environments that minimize the risk to health, safety and welfare. Limiting adverse effects on and adjacent to the area in which those activities are carried out.
  • Ensuring all employees play an active part in the health and safety of the company by consulting with them and providing them and providing them with adequate information, instruction, training and supervision for them to understand their role with in the company.
  • Setting standards that comply with the relevant statutory requirements relating to health, safety and welfare with regard to the effect on employees, contractors, visitors and the public.
  • Safeguard employees and others from foreseeable hazards connected with work activities processes and working systems.
  • Ensuring that hazardous areas are kept secure from the public, employees or tenants, or contractors not required to enter them.
  • Ensuring that when new substances, plant, machinery, equipment, processes or premises are introduced, adequate guidance, instruction, training and supervision are provided for safe methods of work developed.
  • Ensuring that all plant and equipment is maintained in a safe condition and is subject to routine and statutory inspection and expectations.
  • Ensuring that contractors undertaking work for the company are informed of the relevant standards required and are monitored to insecure compliance without detracting from the contractors’ legal responsibilities to comply with statutory requirements.

Employees are required to cooperate with the Company, not only to ensure their personal safety, but also to ensure they are not prosecuted for breach of legislation nor have disciplinary action taken against them by the company for breach of company rules. The Company will communicate the health and safety policy to all employees, and it will be freely available to customers and the general public.

This policy and objectives will be reviewed annually and updated as required to conform to current legislation.

This Policy, supported by instructions, procedures and organizational arrangements, is to be applied to all activities carried out by the company. Managing Director, General Manager, Dept. Managers, Shift Engineers and Supervisors will enforce this policy. The Managing Director and General Manager is personally responsible for the health and safety performance of the Company.





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