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UON is committed to carrying out operations in a manner whereby business activities will be planned and conducted to minimize and where possible, avoid adverse effects on the natural environment and social surroundings for the benefit of current and future generations.
We will ensure our operating processes meet the legal framework as set out in the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) for the purpose to protect and manage nationally and internationally important flora, fauna, ecological communities and heritage.
UON is committed to operating in a way that allows us to provide quality products and services of power, air and water solutions through innovation and sound engineering practice.
We ensure practicable steps are taken that allow us to deliver our products safely, reliably and efficiently without any negative impact on our natural environment and social surroundings. Focusing on preventing pollution and minimizing waste is fundamental in all that we do.
Environmental leadership is our driver for higher standards within the business and we look for ways to continually improve our environmental performance and adherence to our environmental responsibilities as outlines in this policy is the responsibility of all UON employees, contractors, suppliers and vendors.
It is the policy of UON to implement and maintain procedures and work practices, designed to prevent industrial accidents and ensure a healthy working environment.
Management recognises that this can only be achieved by the mutual cooperation of all personnel in matters related to accident prevention and employee welfare.
UON Management accepts accountability for the safety of employees at work as part of its overall moral and legal responsibility for the successful completion of Company's contractual obligations.
As a consequence, each and every member of the company has an important role to ensure that the work place, work method, tools, plant and equipment are maintained in the highest state conducive to accident free performance.
All relevant statutory requirements under Federal, State, Local Government or other Authority, act or regulation shall be complied with, along with any occupational health and safety provisions forming part of a legally constituted industrial agreement or award.
UON Management commits to establish measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement aimed at reducing the risk of occupational injury and illness. This is the corner stone of the UON Occupational Health and Safety Policy.
UON acknowledges that drugs and alcohol are part of our society. These substances must not be permitted to jeopardize our employees' safe work performance and wellbeing whilst employed by UON, thus UON has a zero tolerance on drugs and alcohol within the workplace.
It is UON's philosophy that performance of any activity does not meet an acceptable standard of quality and efficiency unless it is also safe.