We don’t just talk about safety, we live it each day on every one of our sites. Safety is our culture. It’s part of who we are and how we do business, and its why Budget Demolition is considered a leader in the prevention of workplace accidents.
Beliefs, Responsibilities & Commitment:
We believe that every injury is preventable.
We are responsible for providing a safe workplace. This is done by effectively managing workplace risk, and promoting a culture of taking responsibility for each others safety.
We are committed to providing leadership and effective resources for managing health and safety to ensure knowledge, ability and understanding to safely perform duties.
We expect all employees to be leaders in health and safety, and to work together to promote the safety culture. Through identification, documentation and communication of hazards, followed by the elimination or the control of high-potential risk, we all share in the responsibility for our safety and that of our co-workers. Working together, we believe we can eliminate injuries in the workplace.
We strive for constant advancement and we hold ourselves accountable through verification and reporting of our performance. We promote best practice across all areas of our business and operations, and continue to review our procedures and implementation. Regular discussions reveal any areas that require improvement, including new and emerging customer needs. Should enhancements be identified, these are integrated into our processes and systems, ensuring continual business development, thus enabling us to remain at the forefront of our industry.
We provide all our employees the appropriate training and equipment required for a project including how to perform their jobs safely in accordance with legislative requirements and our Safe Work Procedures / Practices.
Together, all employees are involved in developing, implementing and maintaining the safety and accident prevention program. This is an integral part of the Internal Responsibility System that has been adopted. We are also working towards COR certification, a safety initiative that is continually improving our Safety Program.
A Site-Specific Health & Safety Plan is prepared for each project and is then communicated to the onsite team and our clients.
We also have a full-time in-house environmental, health and safety team that actively communicates with the crews at our job sites. They work with the directors, the management team and the site crews to ensure the safety program is current, relevant and successful.