Health, Safety and Environmental Policy


1-Safety is a priority for Arrow Petroleum
2-Company wide safety plan has been developed by OSHA certified
3-professionals •Safety is implemented in all daily operations
4-Spill prevention plans are implemented for all fuel stage facilities
5-Safety Audits are conducted by management on regular basis
6-Drivers’ training program is an ongoing process

 

Arrow Petroleum Management is committed to the safety and health of our employees, customers, and work sites Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) “Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines”, published on January 26, 1989 in the Federal Register. We are responsible for providing the resources necessary for employees to follow safety regulations related to our work. We will strive to set expectations for continual improvement as a safe employer. Management ensures that all visitors to the site, including contract and temporary labor, co-op students, interns, vendors, and sales people, have knowledge of site hazards applicable to them and how to protect themselves against those hazards, including emergency alarms and procedures. Management also ensures that these visitors do not introduce to the site hazards that can be prevented or that are not properly controlled. The objective of AP is to establish a means of positive control to prevent the Accidents. This program serves to: Provide each new employee with a general safety orientation containing information common to all employees and appropriate to the business operations before they begin their regular job duties. Provide job- or task-specific safety training appropriate for employees before they perform the job or task without direct supervision. Provide regular refresher training (when require). Develop awareness and appreciation of (safety through newsletters, periodic safety meetings, posters and safety incentive programs). Provide periodic self-inspection for hazard assessment when the safety program is implemented, new worksites are established, and thereafter as appropriate to the business operations, but at least annually. Including documentation of performance of activities for at least three years. This policy statement serves to express AP commitment to and involvement in providing our employees a safe and healthy workplace.

 

Arrow is proud to announce that we have achieved ISO 9001, 14000 cer- tification and OHAS 18001. This latest achievement reflects our contin- ued drive to delivering the very best proactive IT support and customer care.

 

1-The ISO 9001 standard outlines a process approach to implementing and supporting a quality management system. As a result, there is increased involvement of top management with regards to the Quality Manage- ment System. Top Management is engaged for the setting of the Quality Policy andQuality Goals and Objectives. It continues with Management Review looking at data from the QMS, and taking actions to make sure that Quality Goals are met, new Goals are set, and continual improve- ment is achieved.

 

2-The ISO 14000 family addresses various aspects of environmental management. It provides practical tools for companies and organizations looking to identify and control their environmental impact and constant- ly improve their environmental performance.

 

3-OHSAS 18001 is an assessment series published by a British standards institution. OHSAS 18001 requires identify health/safety hazards and risks associated with all operations, eliminate or at least control those hazards / risks, and demonstrate improvement by minimizing and/or eliminating illness and injury.