HSE Policy


The top management of AEDGE GROUP OF COMPANIES recognises the importance of providing all our employees, sub-contractors, and visitors with a safe and healthy work environment.

Our goal is to prevent all occupational injuries and illness.

The company will seek to achieve this by:

  • Adopting and carrying out all our work activities per safe working practices that comply with national and international safety regulations, standards, code of practices,
  • Establishing OHS objectives and targets, and reviewing them periodically,
  • Providing our personnel with safe and well-maintained tools and equipment for these work activities,
  • Complying with all applicable OHS legal and other requirements,
  • Providing training to all our employees to enhance their competence and awareness,
  • Establish, implement and maintain a recognised OHS management system and continually improve its effectiveness,
  • Communicate this policy to all our employees and persons working under our control, to ensure that they are aware of their individual OHS obligations,
  • Identify potential health threats, terrorist attack and hazards and eliminate them before they occur, and
  • Prepare and respond quickly to accidents, terror attack, ill health or other emergency situations to mitigate adverse impact on people, property and the environment.

All managers and supervisors are responsible and accountable for the safety and health of our employees, sub-contractors and company property under their control. Managers and supervisors are responsible for ensuring compliance to all regulations, procedures and safe work practices in all work places, work-sites at all times.

All employees are expected to:

  • Follow and comply to our company and our client’s safety requirements and relevant Codes of Practice,
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area,
  • Report all injuries and work-related incidents and accidents,
  • Actively participate in safety improvement activities.


Chief Executive Officer