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Our Health and Safety Program
Tasman is committed to the health and safety of our employees, customers, contractors, and to the protection of the environment. Tasman’s primary goals under our health, safety, and environment (HSE) program are to be an industry leader in accident prevention and to develop progressive solutions for addressing impacts to the environment we live in.
The objective of the Tasman HSE program is to prevent incidents which may result in illness, injury, or property damage. An incident is any unplanned event that disrupts the process of performing work. An incident, by this definition, results in a loss due to project disruption and delay, and often involves additional losses due to personal injury, equipment damage, property or material damage, environmental impacts, or a combination of these factors. To achieve our objective, Tasman operates under the following basic principles:
Health and Safety Client Services
Tasman’s health and safety program is continually driven to be innovative through technology. The biggest driver of change in the health and safety industry will be the introduction of new technologies and Tasman embraces this change. Tasman believes in using technologies that maximize efficiency – these are technologies that make it easier to implement health and safety procedures.
Tasman uses in-house customized corporate safety software and smart devices to complete Job Safety Analyses (JSAs), preform vehicle/equipment inspections, issue work permits, collect real time leading and lagging safety data (near miss reports) and develop safety data trends for training and policy development.
With the use of cloud based smart devices, such as phones or tablets, employees can provide immediate health and safety information back to clients, take pictures and even capture video.
Tasman uses QR codes to enable easy access to information about hazards in the workplace. QR codes also provide quick access to e-forms, employee and worksite visitor check-in procedures, and COVID health screenings.
Tasman uses unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to conduct inspections and identify potential hazards through aerial videography and photography that are used to further define hazards and develop enhanced training opportunities.
Tasman has found that the level of engagement from participants and the overall attitude to health and safety improves when virtual, scenario and interactive training is used as opposed to traditional power-point methods.
Tasman has incident management subject matter experts on staff that have a diversity of investigation background and experience. Our safety team includes experts who participate in large complex incident investigations and provide expert courtroom testimony for our clients. Tasman uses state-of-the-art in-house designed incident reporting and investigation software to ensure professional and accurate incident investigations that results in effective corrective action plans.
Tasman Health and Safety operates under the Incident Command System (ICS) and has staff that are qualified in ICS operations, logistics, planning, and recovery services for complex incident investigations and response to large natural disasters and emergencies.