Health & Safety

IDE believes in and delivers the highest levels of health & safety. We have three principles around which we manage this area:

Culture of Responsibility

We endeavor to create a culture of responsibility around health and safety, where every IDE team member feels they have a personal impact on the health and safety of people, plant, equipment and processes of any project on which they work. We also ensure that all employees have the requisite training for their role.

It’s Everyone’s Job

IDE believes that adherence to health and safety principles on each and every project we undertake is paramount. We build this into all our teams – top down and bottom up; it’s everyone’s job. Onsite compliance audits and inspections are a critical part of what we do, and there is thorough integration of these same principles across all our offices. Every employee has access to health and safety data and information, and integrates this into all our processes, company wide.

Integrated Approach

All our projects involve other suppliers and contractors, and integrating health and safety practices amongst this wider team is critical for a safe and healthy work environment. IDE only selects suppliers that meet our strict standards, and we ensure that all partners on our projects comply with these standards as well.

IDE was awarded ISO 14001:2004 certification after its Environmental System was found to comply with the requirements of this standard.


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