Health & Safety
Nothing is more critical at Bed Bug Killers than ensuring everyone goes home safe at the end of their working day. Our colleagues, our families and our customers rely on this commitment. Safety, health and the environment will always be our priority, and there can be no compromise on this.
Our colleagues are at the heart of our plan to enable THE RIGHT PEOPLE to do THE RIGHT THINGS in THE RIGHT WAY. Health and safety are embedded in this plan and are the first item on our Colleague and Customer Promises, the framework for our company’s culture.
Our SHE standards
We developed several policies to give substantial Health & Safety benefits to our employees and customers. The introduction and commitment to such approaches contribute to the constant improvement in Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental Protection in our organization.
By adopting the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 Principles, we have implemented the following requirements:
- Hazard Identification Assessment
- Safe Work Procedure (SWP)
- Site Risk Assessment (SRA)
- Fire fighting Training
- Work at Height & Bird Proofing
- Defensive driving/riding training
- Certified First Aider Training
- Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) Training
Internal SHE audit is an integral part of the company culture, in line with legal requirements implemented and maintained by each employee.
Zero Tolerance Policy
All Bed Bug Killers employees, regardless of position and ranking, advocate installing a Zero Tolerance policy by adopting safe working practices. This is established to minimize the occurrence of work accidents and ensure employees work in a secure environment.
Safety Day is an annual ongoing effort to promote Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) awareness and cultivate a safety culture for all employees.
Legislation & Regulatory Affairs
Every industry is governed by its own set of health, safety and hygiene legislation. Bed Bug Killers has many years of experience helping businesses of all kinds meet both the letter and spirit of regulations that may affect them. These include:
- Control of Vectors and Pesticides Act
- Workplace Safety and Health Act
- Environmental Protection and Management (Hazardous Substances) Regulations
- Wild Animals and Birds Act
- Work Injury Compensation Act