QUALITY DRIVEN

We place much priority on quality of work we render to our clients.buy papers online pay to do my essay

 

CUSTOMER FOCUSED

We understand our needs and we strive to meet their requirements.

 

GLOBAL SOURCING

We are the go-to company when it comes to the provision of manpower.

POLICY STATEMENT

POLICY

It is the intention and policy of the Company to supply products and services to companies In line with contract specifications and regulatory requirements. The activities of the Company demand that emphasis should be laid on fitness for purpose, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. In order to achieve our goal of a quality system, the Company places importance on the tracing and alienating of causes of errors and problems, with emphasis on preventive rather than corrective, thus achieving high quality at low costs.
The success of any safety program requires a continuous effort by all staff. Consequently, all employees must follow documented work procedures and must act responsibly in the performance of their work activities. Acting responsibility includes taking every precaution to protect individuals and the environment as well as reporting any unsafe act, condition, and I or equipment failure to management. All employees are responsible for the implementation of Safety Policies and are encouraged to participate in the continuous improvement of the safety program.

HEALTH SAFETY AND ENVIROMENT AFFAIRS

EMADAP INT. CO. LTD. Is Committed to maintain and enforce an effective Health, Safety and Environment Affairs program that encompasses all levels of management: This commitment centers around the belief that ALL ACCIDENTS ARE PREVENTABLE. The safety and health of EMADAP employees and the protection of the environment are management responsibilities requiring primary consideration in the planning and implementation of all activities. Furthermore, managers are responsible for all health, safety, and environmental issues at their locations.
The success of any safety program requires a continuous effort by all staff. Consequently, all employees must follow documented work procedures and must act responsibly in the performance of their work activities. Acting responsibility includes taking every precaution to protect individuals and the environment as well as reporting any unsafe act, condition, and I or equipment failure to management. All employees are responsible for the implementation of Safety Policies and are encouraged to participate in the continuous improvement of the safety program.

TRANSPORTATION POLICY

EMADAP shall ensure safe movement of her human and material resources from one point to another. To achieve these policy objectives, the company shall, depending on the mode of transport –water, land and air, use equipment (water craft, aircraft, vehicle etc.) of high integrity, and fit for the said purpose.

Statutory and safety regulations including “No Night Sailing/driving” rule, as it concerns transportation shall be complied with. Trained, competent and certified operator shall be provided to handle transportation of  equipment.

Regular and routine inspections/checks of transport equipment, its accessories and other facilities shall be carried out to re-affirm their technical integrity.

The use of corporate journey management guide shall remain mandatory for all movements.Every personnel are expected to co-operate with transport and safety department in the implementation of this policy.

CORPORATE QUALITY POLICY STATEMENT

IN EMADAP INT. CO, LTD we have established and are implementing
procedures and practice to ensure that our employees are properly trained and motivated, that we provide a safe and pleasant working environment and that we have the proper resources to deliver high quality services and data to our customers in a timely manner.
The management recognizes the importance of a collective commitment
to corporate quality principal and ensure this by; implementing policies,
which enable all employees to actively contribute to the efforts of the
company. We have proficient team committed to quality services. We
consistently meet our client’s requirements and standards with
dedication and hard work. We have overtime-developed excellent
business relationship with some of the leaders in the oil & Gas Sectors..

SECURITY POLICY

EMADAP  foremost interest in this project is the health of its employee.
The maintenance of a high degree of personnel health standards, both on and off the job, must be taken into account. The areas to be addressed include:

  • provision and maintenance of first aid facilities both at base and project site
  • provision of potable drinking water and a constant drive to ensure that proper quality standard area adhered to
  • Following good feeding habit and the avoidance of harmful drugs and alcohol within company or CLIENT controlled areas.
  • Sufficient rest period shall be ensured for personnel onsite, i.e. work cycle that is compatible with CLIENT approved policy shall be observed.

The company is also conversant with  the mineral oil Act the mineral oil regulations, the factories Act as it relate to the heath of employees.
Standard Management shall ensure that engaged in work and services in all contract remain medically fit throughout the duration of the contracts. Medical certificates of fitness are already available for all personnel involved in projects and personnel on water borne operation are certified swimmers.In order to achieve good health to all employees,EMADAP has provide retainer clinic for its employees.

SAFETY POLICY

It is the policy of EMADAP INT. CO. LTD. to conduct our business in a manner to safeguard the life and health of both our employees and those of our clients, while at the same time protecting the properties of both EMADAP and our clients, and preserving the environment in which we work. These objectives are achieved through planned education of our employees in safety matters, regular safety meeting with our staff and client, and the outfitting of our vehicles, equipment, and facility in a manner that stresses safety as our number one priority. It
is our belief that all accidents are preventable, and that this goal of no
the accident can be achieved through the use of proper planned education,
procedures and equipment that place safety as our company number
one objective.

SAFETY OBJECTIVES

1. To prevent accidents at work
2. To give all employees appropriate safety training.
3. To provide and maintain safe equipment.
4. To comply with all legal requirements
5. To adhere to safe systems of work at onshore and offshore installations
6. To monitor work activities to ensure that they are being
conducted safely
7. To promote free and open communication on safety matters.
8. To adhere to 3 Safety Golden Rule – Comply, Intervene and
Respect.

LAND TRANSPORTATION

Laws regarding highway transportation in Nigeria shall be observed, for this reason all vehicles shall be sound and regularly maintained. Seat belts must be installed. The following must be observed.

  • All light vehicle drivers and passengers shall fasten their seat belt while the vehicle is in motion.
  • Speed limits shall be adhered to as well as other traffic rules and regulations.
  • Drivers shall check oil, fuel, water reflectors, tyre pressures, spare tyre, wheel spanner, jack, fire extinguisher, and triangle, tow rope and vehicle particulars before proceeding on journey.
  • Drivers shall hold a valid license.
  • Heavy-duty drivers shall have a motor mate while on duty.
  • A truckload shall be provided with the necessary load security devices, warning signs, and signals.
  • Low loaders and cranes are not to be used for personnel transportation. It is forbidden to ride on construction equipment. Operators are to ensure that No Rider signs are posted and obeyed.

VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT CONTROL

The supervisor at each job site shall carry out regular equipment check. These checks shall be documented and a copy kept on file at the job site. Any deficiency shall be noted and corrective action taken shall be noted.

Routine daily checks by the operator shall be mandatory. Equipment controller shall initiate a daily repair work required on machine and the supervisor, referencing company equipment number and date of service, shall keep a log of such repair.

Any unserviceable or unsafe piece of equipment found during those routine inspections shall be tagged thus, “NOT USABLE, DO NOT OPERATE”.  The supervisor shall notify all personnel.

  • All vehicle and equipment shall be duly pre-mobilized and in good conditions.
  • Vehicle and equipment must undergo regular maintenance schedule and service when due.
  • All vehicle and equipment shall be provided with seat belts and utilized

Vehicles shall be provided with spare tyres, signal triangle, fire extinguishers, and necessary particulars.

  • No vehicle or equipment shall be used to convey personnel or materials unless licensed or authorized to do so.
  • Conveyance of personnel on open bodied vehicles is strictly prohibited.
  • Vehicles and equipment brakes, trafficators, front and rear lights etc. must be in place and functional too.
  • Ensure vehicles/equipment are provided with reverse light and back up (reversing) alarms, communications system where appropriate.
  • Fire drills shall be held at least once a month. Each drill is to be recorded in the log book and engine room log book.
  • All journeys must be planned and authorized by appropriate senior personnel at the Base or Project Site.

DRIVERS

Laws regarding highway transportation in Nigeria shall be observed, for this reason all vehicles shall be sound and regularly maintained. Seat belts must be installed. The following must be observed.

  • All light vehicle drivers and passengers shall fasten their seat belt while the vehicle is in motion.
  • Speed limits shall be adhered to as well as other traffic rules and regulations.
  • Drivers shall check oil, fuel, water reflectors, tyre pressures, spare tyre, wheel spanner, jack, fire extinguisher, and triangle, tow rope and vehicle particulars before proceeding on journey.
  • Drivers shall hold a valid license.
  • Heavy-duty drivers shall have a motor mate while on duty.
  • A truckload shall be provided with the necessary load security devices, warning signs, and signals.
  • Low loaders and cranes are not to be used for personnel transportation. It is forbidden to ride on construction equipment. Operators are to ensure that No Rider signs are posted and obeyed.

EMERGENCY/CONTINGENCY DRILL

CONTINGENCY Plan for any unusual event are in place in EMADAP .The plan tends to highlight what shall be done and persons to be contacted in the event of any emergency.Staff is periodically required to demonstrate awareness of the emergency drills. Such drills are conducted bi-monthly and the total number of personnel that participated and response time is recorded accordingly.

The management of EMADAP believes that trained personnel are an invaluable asset during emergencies.This is because there is a clear understanding of what to do in the event of an emergency and what is expected of everyone. Thus, response time shall be reduced drastically to the barest minimum and panic/erratic actions are eliminated.To generate and sustain a practical approach to emergencies, the Company has developed the following Drill Plan of action:

  • Contingency drills shall be conducted by the supervisor/HSE Officer to  enhance workers preparedness to contend with emergencies and inculcate in our workers the correct responses to every emergencies.
  • The established drill plans are widely publicized among workers.
  • At least one emergency drill shall be conducted every Month.
  • Such drill shall include: Fire, Medical Emergency, assault etc.
  • Response time and roll call shall be monitored and recorded by the HSE Officer, Supervisor or Fire warden(as the case may be) at each drill alarm to ensure compliance.
  • All drill to be documented by the HSE Officer or the Supervisor and copies sent to Client.During the drill the following steps shall be followed:
  • A drill warden shall be appointed for each drill, a safe area for the mustering personnel in an emergency shall be identified.
  • The Warden shall go round during drills to ensure no one is left in the site office etc. once emergency drill alarm is sounded.
  • Once the drill alarm is sounded, everyone must move and gather at the designated point.
  • The drill leader/warden shall take a head count and report to the drill co-coordinator (site supervisor/HSE officer)
  • Basic emergency Responses plans shall be taught and demonstrated. This shall not exceed twenty minutes
  • Once the drill alarm is sounded, everyone must move out and gather at the muster points in appointed groups at designated sports.

Due to the nature of the project,  the civil and cultural conditions of the proposed work locations, there may be several emergency situations, which may require contingency planning. Some of these situations which may require evacuation from the area are as follows:-

  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Hazardous Exposure
  • Radiation Incidents
  • Civil Unrest and Medical Emergency resulting from accidents or illness.

NO SMOKING POLICY

Smoking is not only injurious to health but also a potential  safety hazard. Smoking in public places exposes non-smokers to health related hazards. It is the duty of EMADAP  to protect employees from unnecessary exposure to such hazards.Smoking of cigarettes or pipes is prohibited at all oil installation and construction sites.This ban also includes all conference/meeting rooms, corridors and public areas and shared offices, unless otherwise agreed between all occupants of such offices.

HSE AUDIT POLICY

Due to the sophistication of our equipment, work tools and the nature of operations coupled with man’s imperfection, unsafe acts and conditions are inevitable. These acts and conditions, if not observed, checked and controlled or completely eliminated, can result in accidents.

EMADAP recognizes this fact and therefore has it as a policy to carry out monthly HSE AUDITS on all its work sites and operations. For every project, quarterly HSE AUDIT shall be performed jointly by EMADAP  project manager and the client’s representative. It is the responsibility of all the safety officers to carry out HSE AUDITS both inside and outside their department’s area of operation and report to their immediate supervisor. All workforces are required to read, understand and abide by this policy.

SEAT BELT POLICY

Safety Belt is an employee’s (Drivers and operators) best chance of surviving an automobile collision or accidents, and can reduce the risk of moderate, serious or fatal injuries in a crash as much as 60%.  It is therefore mandatory by this policy that every worker whose work demands the use of Safety Belt wear them especially while on company’s business and must be properly buckled always, as safeguard against any unwanted event. All light  and heavy-duty crafts such as trucks, tractors, forklifts etc must have seat belts fitted in them for use by the driver or operators. The back seat of all light crafts shall additionally be fitted with seat belt. “NO SEAT BELT, NO EXIT” rule shall be enforced at the gate or point of entry into the company premises or facilities by Security Officer. They should carry out visual inspection on any company / other vehicles entering or leaving the premises to ensure all occupants comply with the directive. Safety Officers are empowered to stop any operator wherein there is an obvious breach of this policy. Foremen, Supervisors and indeed other member of line management shall monitor and ensure that everyone in company owned vehicle fastens his/her seat belt as required. Appropriate disciplinary action may be taken against any staff that violates this policy directive.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE POLICY

EMADAP  shall regularly maintain all equipments require for her operations. All unserviceable equipments shall be locked out and tagged as thus.  Routine maintenance and minor repairs shall be undertaking at work site, while serious maintenance of completely broken down equipment shall be done at the base. Turn around maintenance shall be planned and executed twice a year; the aim being to put all equipments in serviceable order for hitch-free operation. It is mandatory that operator report and log immediately any breakdown or faults observed in their equipment. Toolbox meeting on proposed equipment maintenance MUST precede the maintenance work plan for each day. Repair/Modification/Maintenance/Servicing shall be restricted to those who must have received adequate training. All maintenance shall be carried out in accordance with company’s safety maintenance procedures. The maintenance crew must be briefed before each maintenance episode. The implementation of the maintenance  policy shall be the responsibility of the Workshop/Maintenance Supervisor, who should report to the Operations Manager.

SEAT BELT POLICY

Safety Belt is an employee’s (Drivers and operators) best chance of surviving an automobile collision or accidents, and can reduce the risk of moderate, serious or fatal injuries in a crash as much as 60%.  It is therefore mandatory by this policy that every worker whose work demands the use of Safety Belt wear them especially while on company’s business and must be properly buckled always, as safeguard against any unwanted event. All light  and heavy-duty crafts such as trucks, tractors, forklifts etc must have seat belts fitted in them for use by the driver or operators. The back seat of all light crafts shall additionally be fitted with seat belt. “NO SEAT BELT, NO EXIT” rule shall be enforced at the gate or point of entry into the company premises or facilities by Security Officer. They should carry out visual inspection on any company / other vehicles entering or leaving the premises to ensure all occupants comply with the directive. Safety Officers are empowered to stop any operator wherein there is an obvious breach of this policy. Foremen, Supervisors and indeed other member of line management shall monitor and ensure that everyone in company owned vehicle fastens his/her seat belt as required. Appropriate disciplinary action may be taken against any staff that violates this policy directive.

COMMUNITY RELATIONS POLICY

For effective relationship between the company and the host communities, EMADAP  has it as a policy to engage 75% of non-skilled workforce from the local/host communities.EMADAP  shall engage community liaison officer, who shall liaise between the company and the community on matter such as employment and community development project,
EMADAP  shall establish good interface with the client’s community liaison officer and the community avoid unnecessary delay and incessant harassment from the community,
 
Prior to mobilization/Movement to any work site EMADAP  shall pay homage to the host community host Chiefs and leaders.
 
Any community disturbance or threat shall be reported to the community executives and client without delay.
 
In EMADAP  we are all committed to:

  1. Pursue the goal  of no harm to people
  2. Protect the environment
  3. Use material and energy efficiently to provide our products and services.
  4. Develop energy resources, products and services consistent with these aims.
  5. Manage HSE matters as any other critical business activity.
  6. To respond to formal community requests within our economic capacity in an appropriate and timely manner.


In this way, we aim to have an HSE performance we can be proud of, to earn the confidence of our client and society at large, to be a good neighbor and to contribute to sustainable development.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICY

EMADAP shall carry out her activities in such a way as to minimize any adverse effect or impact on the environment in which she carries out her operations.
EMADAP  shall promote and encourage plans; activities and programs aimed at environmental preservations and protection.
EMADAP Staff shall be trained and encourage to perform their work in an environmentally sound manner.

  1. The employee shall not knowingly discharge oil into the environment.

The wastes generated in the  course of our operations must be collected, handle, treated and disposed of, in an environmentally sound manner.

  1. ALL spills regardless of volume, shall be contained and reported to your supervisor.
  2. NO sanitary waste shall be discharge on land or in swamp locations unless properly treated.

In order to improve the quality of life in host communities, EMADAP  shall establish community development assistant on activities having high impact and broad benefits for the host communities.

Encourage the full participation of host communities in execution of works.
Maintaining communication with all social segment of host communities in order to address their needs.
Have a systematic approach to HSE management designed to ensure compliance with the law and to achieve continuous performance improvement
Set targets for improvement and measures, appraisals and report performance
Include HSE performance in the appraisal of all staff and rewards accordingly.

“THE ENVIRONMENT IS OUR COMMON HOME”