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It is the policy of Kampala Cement Company limited to manufacture and supply quality cement for the building industry. A key way to strategically position ourselves as the market leader in Uganda... Read more

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Occupational health & safety

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Kampala Cement Co. Ltd. strives to be a healthy and safe environment workplace. To achieve this, the Company has established and is maintaining an Occupational Health and Safety Management Program designed to prevent injuries and disease with reference to ISO EMS 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007.

Management is responsible for providing workers with adequate instructions in environment, health and safety and for addressing unsafe situations in a timely, effective manner through a comprehensive safety leadership program. All workers and service contractors are required to learn, adhere, work safely and follow our Company guidelines for Safe Work Procedures.

Our success in managing Occupational Health and Safety will be achieved through these beliefs:

  • All Accidents are preventable.
  • Management is responsible and accountable for preventing injuries.
  • Employees have a right to a safe workplace but also a responsibility to work safely.
  • Operations will comply with current legislation and regulations.
  • Employees have the right and responsibility to refuse unsafe work.
  • Employees and Contractors are accountable for following Safe Work Practices.
  • Management will regularly review and update procedures.

OUR SUCCESS is "everyone returning home each day to their families without injury".

OUR GOAL is "To achieve 'zero' recordable incidents through safe working habits".

Objectives

  • Maintain safe, clean working conditions.
  • Be cooperative in our Safety Program.
  • Abide by and enforce safety rules.
  • Promote a genuine interest in safety and health through:
  • Regular meetings with workers for discussion of Health and Safety matters.
  • Role modelling of Safe Work Practices.

Roles and Responsibilities
Each employee/supervisor is expected to review and understand this Safety Program before commencing work. Safety incidents or near misses will be reported to the Environment Health and Safety Coordinators office within 24 hours.

Employer's Responsibilities

  • Establishing the Health and Safety Program;
  • Conducting an annual review in July of each year;
  • Training supervisors;
  • Providing a safe and healthy work environment;

Supervisors' Responsibilities

  • Providing a Health and Safety Orientation to new workers
  • Providing ongoing training to workers
  • Taking part in inspections and investigations
  • Reporting any safety or health hazards
  • Correcting unsafe acts and conditions

Workers' Responsibilities

  • Learning and following Safe Work Procedures
  • Correcting hazards or reporting them to supervisors
  • Participating in inspections and investigations where appropriate
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment where required
  • Helping to create a safe workplace by recommending ways to improve the Health and Safety Program
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