The Group health and safety policy provides a brief overview of major principles in the field of health and safety. According to the health and safety policy, basic obligations of Agromino in the area of health and safety are to provide:
– safe and healthy systems of work;
– safe and healthy work environment;
– adequate amenities;
– safe and healthy premises of work;
– safe and well-maintained plant and machinery;
– safe methods of handling, storing and transporting materials;
– adequate instruction and training for employees;
– adequate supervision by competent and trained personnel;
– relevant and adequate information for all employees;
– responsible person.
According to the health and safety policy, each employee of the Group is encouraged to play a vital and responsible role in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace through:
– being involved in the workplace health and safety system;
– sticking to correct procedures and equipment;
– wearing appropriate clothing and equipment as and when required;
– ensuring all accidents and incidents are reported to direct superior and responsible staff member;
– helping new employees, trainees and visitors to the workplace understand the right safety procedures and their objective;
– telling your direct superior immediately of any health and safety concerns;
– keeping the workplace tidy to minimise the risk of any trips and falls.
As Agribusiness managers, the Group is fully aware of the risks associated with grain production, transport, and storage processes. In 2018, there were no workplace accidents reported in Ukraine, Russia, and Estonia. The Group, however, continues to monitor and improve the workplace safety situation. In 2018, The Group continued to implement and follow strict work safety regulations and provide proper training and updates to employees in order to ensure safety and avoid accidents. The Group employs dedicated work safety officers to ensure compliance with the policy. General health and safety induction training is provided for all new employees.