• Safety is the highest priority.
  • Everyone is accountable.
  • On-site workers influence safety procedures.
  • All levels of management understand safety.
  • Safety supervisors receive support.
  • Improvement is continuous.

Safety-focused managers will provide:


  • Consistent communication of the consequences of ‘at risk’ behaviors and why they should be avoided under all circumstances.
  • A full presentation of the company’s values, policies and procedures throughout the workplace, including Management, workforce, contractors and subcontractors.
  • A shared understanding of key hazards and their risks, and engagement by everyone throughout the workplace and the company to achieve solutions.
  • Hazard-specific training to their workforce.
  • A collaborative approach to hazard identification/risk assessment and control.

Diamond Environmental Services and Blu Bulk Delivery has engaged in a Safety Promise for all employees in our company, investing in the Health and Well Being of our Diamond family. This is full entitlement and a guarantee for a safe and healthy work environment extended to every person. With an open-door and open arms, Management intends to take on safety hazard concerns to the maximum extent of resolution.

  • Post OSHA’s “It’s the Law Poster” in the workplace.
  • Comply with applicable standards of the OSH Act.
  • Inform employees of the provisions of the IIPP and ensure understanding.
  • Model and enforce safe work practices for employees and everyone in the work area.
  • Communicate with all employees about occupational health and safety on an ongoing basis, including conducting monthly employee meetings to discuss current safety issues.
  • Encourage employees to report hazardous conditions, injuries, near misses, and all incidents.
  • Assure that positive incentives are in place for continued safety performance and adherence to safety rules. Refer to your organizations performance review process.
  • Follow disciplinary procedures for employees or management who disregard workplace safety requirements. Refer to your organizations disciplinary process.
  • Train employees in the hazards and respective controls associated with their work area.