Destination Zero: zero harm to our people, environment and community.
- We will make safety personal.
- No task is so urgent and no service is so important that we cannot take the time to do it safely.
- We will aim to improve the quality of life, now and for future generations.
We are responsible for:
- Our own safety and health.
- The safety and health of our employees, patrons, contractors and visitors.
- Our impact on the environment.
We will recognise and promote excellence in safety, health and environmental performance.
Safety and Health Policy
Australian Leisure & Hospitality Group is committed to taking appropriate measures to protect the safety, health and wellbeing of its employees, patrons, contractors, visitors and the community. Individually & collectively we play an important role in meeting this commitment.
In pursuing this commitment we will:
- Make safety, health and wellbeing one of the core values in our business.
- Set measurable objectives and targets to continuously improve and progressively set higher standards in our safety, health and wellbeing performance.
- Engage in fair and effective consultation, co-operation in relation to relevant safety, health and wellbeing matters.
- Protect against harm arising from health, safety and wellbeing risks through the elimination or minimisation of those risks.
- Make available and use appropriate resources and processes to eliminate or minimise safety, health and wellbeing risks.
- Implement processes for receiving and considering information concerning safety, health and wellbeing incidents, hazards and risks and will respond in a timely way.
- Comply with applicable safety, health and wellbeing legislation.
- Verify the reliability and use of safety, health and wellbeing resources and processes.
- Provide necessary information, education, training, instruction or supervision concerning safety, health and wellbeing.
- Assist individuals to understand their responsibilities for the effective implementation of the Safety & Health Policy.
Our aim is to provide the highest level of protection against harm arising from safety, health and wellbeing hazards and risks as reasonably practicable.