Health and Safety
We are committed to safety at a high standard across the entire organization. A high regard for workplace safety is part of our culture. Seko has the following certificates, recognitions, associations:
- Alberta COR
Health and Safety Policy
The senior management of Seko Construction is committed to the health and safety of its employees, subcontractors, members of the public and the environment.
Management/Supervisors are responsible for providing a safe worksite and for establishing and maintaining adequate standards of maintenance of site & equipment to ensure that physical and health hazards are guarded against or eliminated, and for developing work procedures conducive to a safe and healthy workplace.
Management/Supervisors are also responsible for ensuring that workers are properly instructed to do their work safely; for enforcing safe work procedures and regulations; and for correcting all unsafe activities.
All workers and subcontractors are required to work safely, to know and follow all rules and safe work procedures.
In fulfilling this commitment to protect both people and property, management will provide and maintain a safe and productive work environment in accordance with industry standards and in compliance with legislative requirements. Every effort will be made to identify and eliminate hazards that may result in property damage, accidents or personal injury or illness.
Accidental injury and loss can be eliminated or controlled through effective communication, training, maintenance and commitment of both management and qualified employees.
Recognizing that workers have the right to a safe and healthy workplace, our goal is an injury free and productive workplace that we can all be proud of.
Working together, we can achieve this goal!