Arasco international Company are provide the health and safety of its employees, contractors and visitors, the satisfaction of its customers, the protection of the environment and the development of the communities where it has its operations as integrated key drivers of its business; the entire organization is oriented towards achieving these goals openly and transparently.
Arasco international Company expects a safe and healthy work environment for all staff and contract personnel.
Arasco international Company providing the highest quality services to our customers, and seek to meet or exceed customer expectations at all times.
Management is responsible and accountable for achieving excellence in Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental performance for successful business results.
We will continually train and develop the competencies of our staff. We will provide appropriate QHSE training & protective equipment to our employees.
Our commitment to environmental, quality, health, safety, and security excellence is a foundation we affirm to all of our internal and external stakeholders. We will work collaboratively with our stakeholders to identify and deliver sustainable innovations that help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, while protecting our people, our communities, and our planet. We will review and continually improve our practices, aided by science and technology advances, to drive improvements in environmental, health, safety, and security performance.
We believe that all occupational injuries and illness and all losses and damage to equipment or the environment are preventable, and that QHSE is the responsibility of all personnel.
Provide support to Project and Operation team in all aspects of safety, occupational quality health, safetyand environmental issues.
The quality in construction relates to the following objectives
- Satisfaction of Contract Specifications
- Completion of Project within Time
- Enhancing Customer/ Owner Satisfaction
- Motivation and Empowerment of Employees
- Avoiding Disputes and Claims
- Performance based on Purpose
Safety and Health in Construction
construction workers build, repair, maintain, renovate, modify and demolish houses, office buildings, temples, factories, hospitals, roads, bridges, tunnels, and more.
Construction projects, especially large ones, are complex and dynamic. Several employers may work on one site simultaneously, with the mix of contractors changing with the phases of the project; for example, the general contractor is present at all times, excavating contractors early, then carpenters, electricians and plumbers, followed by floor finishers, painters and landscapers. And as the work develops—for instance, as a building’s walls are erected, as the weather changes or as a tunnel advances—the ambient conditions such as ventilation and temperature change too.
Health Hazards on Construction Sites
Construction workers are exposed to a wide variety of health hazards on the job. Exposure differs from trade to trade, from job to job, by the day, even by the hour. Exposure to any one hazard is typically intermittent and of short duration, but is likely to reoccur. A worker may not only encounter the primary hazards of his or her own job, but may also be exposed as a bystander to hazards produced by those who work nearby or upwind. This pattern of exposure is a consequence of having many employers with jobs of relatively short duration and working alongside workers in other trades that generate other hazards. The severity of each hazard depends on the concentration and duration of exposure for that particular job.