Provision of drilling services, plant hire, earthmoving services, rehabilitation services including land filling and clearing, mining services and forestry services supplied to the mining, natural resources, environmental, construction and industrial markets
Geosearch shall engage the services of an adequately qualified, competent and experienced employee to lead the significant aspect/risk assessment process.
Once the hazards/aspects have been identified and rated, the operation managers, in conjunction with the department managers and other relevant personnel shall develop objectives and targets to mitigate the identified significant aspects/risks. Objectives and targets are developed to control the potential risks/impacts of the operation’s activities, processes, and services.
Following the development of Objectives and Targets, Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality Management Programmes (MPs) shall be developed to clearly describe the actions that need to be implemented in order to achieve the objectives and targets to minimise the associated significant aspect/risk.
This procedure describes the process of identifying applicable legal and other requirements, ensuring awareness and understanding of these legislative requirements and updating applicable legal requirements.
The implementation and operation of the SHEQ management system and MP’s is in line with the ISO 9001:2015, ISO14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standards.
Communication of the SHEQ Policy, SHEQ hazards/aspects and the SHEQ management system is channelled through the respective induction training, meetings, e-mails, notice boards and one-on-one meetings. All employees working for Geosearch, forms part of the internal communication process.
Relevant communication, regarding SHEQ matters, from and to external parties shall be addressed by the managing director, services manager and business manager, who shall consider the process for external communication.
Emergency incidents that could be harmful to the environment shall be reported to the relevant authorities as is required by applicable environmental legislation.
This procedure describes the interrelation of the core elements of the SHEQ management system.
Related documentation is referred to per core element. Further reference to recent documentation shall be addressed in each procedure.
The core elements are the key areas of the SHEQ management system and are documented through the following procedures and applicable processes: