NZ MARSHALLING &
STEVEDORING LTD

CARGO HANDLING, MARSHALLING & STEVEDORING SERVICES. NEW ZEALAND.

POLICIES

  • HEALTH & SAFETY
  • ZERO HARM
  • ACC
  • ENVIRONMENTAL
HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY STATEMENT

NZ Marshalling & Stevedoring Ltd. is committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for all personnel, contractors and visitors.

The Company Management Team will:

  • Comply with relevant health and safety legislation, standards and codes of practice

  • Ensure that the management team will have an understanding of roles and responsibilities within health and safety

  • Assess and control all identified hazards in the workplace

  • Control all hazards to best Industry Practice Standards

  • Ensure every employee is aware of all identified hazards within the work area

  • Ensure every employee is trained to carry out their duties in a safe manner

  • Accurately record and report all incidents and near misses

  • Investigate all reported incidents to identify all contributing factors and formulate plans for corrective action

  • Provide health and safety training and supervision

  • Give staff the opportunity to be involved in the hazard management process and the improvement of health and safety in our workplace

  • Support injured staff to return to work safely as early as possible

Company Employees will:

  • Actively contribute to hazard identification and management

  • Participate in health and safety training

  • Adopt safe work practices

  • Encourage work mates to do the same

  • Report injuries and near misses promptly and accurately

  • Participate in a return to work programme if applicable

ZERO HARM WORK PLACE FORUM

The Forum's pledge

Forum members sign a pledge to take personal responsibility for health and safety, and commit to becoming more effective safety leaders.

I will:

  • Take personal responsibility for making health and safety a vital part of my business.

  • Create a workplace where everyone views health and safety as natural and important as quality, profit and customer service.

My organisation will:

  • Hold itself accountable before its peers by sharing its health and safety performance.

  • Constantly improve its health and safety performance.

  • Champion health and safety – inspiring our people, suppliers and customers to create Zero Harm Workplaces.

  • Build workplaces which guarantee reported incidents will be investigated and action taken.

The Forum will:

  • Use its combined skill, experience and resources to make health and safety everyone’s responsibility.

  • Combine its strengths to improve people’s ability to look after themselves and their families.

  • Be open to initiatives from all sources which contribute to achieving Zero Harm Workplaces.

ACC WORKPLACE SAFETY MANAGEMENT
PRACTICES

NZ Marshalling & Stevedoring has been recognised by ACC for our efforts in Health & Safety. We are members of the ACC Workplace Safety Management Practices Programme.

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

NZ Marshalling & Stevedoring Ltd. is committed to minimising the impact of its activities on the environment.

The key points of the NZM&S strategy to achieve this are:

  • NZM&S has appointed an Environment Manager to be responsible for environmental management.

  • Minimise waste by on-going evaluation of operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible.

  • Minimise toxic emissions through the selection and use of machinery and the sources of our power requirements.

  • Actively promote recycling internally and with our customers and suppliers.

  • Source and promote products that will minimise the environmental impact of our operations.

  • Strive to exceed all the environmental legislation that relates to our operations.

  • Accurately record and report all incidents and near misses of environmental concern.

  • Investigate all reported incidents to identify all contributing factors and formulate plans for corrective action.

  • Provide environmental training and supervision.

  • Give staff the opportunity to be involved in environment issues as they relate to the organisation.