Purata will do this through committing to the following activities:
1.1 We will develop a safety leadership programme that includes:
2.1 Our people will be provided with a reasonable opportunity to participate in the improvement of health and safety management at work. All farms will have an active employee participation system which may include:
3.1 We will identify and effectively manage all critical-risk work activities.
3.2 We will ensure there are policies and procedures in place for the following critical-risk activities, where they are applicable:
4.1 We will use functional farm-specific Safety Plans.
4.2 We will ensure all contractors complete and maintain a plan for each site with at least the following content:
4.3 Evidence of an emergency management plan.
4.4 We will ensure sites are isolated appropriately to reduce the risk of unexpected or unwanted access.
5.1 We will have systems for the accurate reporting and recording of all incidents, accidents, near misses and hazards. These systems will allow industry benchmarking and include reporting on lead and lag indicators as follows:
6.1 All Purata employees will receive basic health and safety training prior to starting work. At all times Purata employees will be qualified to perform their work unless they are supervised. Basic training will include the following:
7.1 All Purata employees, contractors and visitors will be fully inducted to farms or supervised by the person in charge. This induction must include the following:
8.1 PPE will be worn at all times by every person on farm. No exceptions, no excuses. The minimum PPE or Personal Protective Clothing (PPC) standard is:
9.1 The safety of our Purata people must not be compromised by anyone under the influence of drugs, alcohol or fatigue. The drug and alcohol policy will include:
9.2 The fatigue management plan will:
10.1 We will actively promote injury management and the health and wellness of Purata people. This will include: