The customer's requirements play a central role in the Quality Management System. H2M BV formulates objectives annually. Management audits the Quality Management System annually in order to determine whether it continues to be suitable, appropriate and effective. This audit investigates opportunities for improvement, as well as the need for any changes to the quality management system including quality policy and quality objectives.
Health Safety & Environment (HSE)
Policy has been drafted to provide maximum levels of safety and optimal measures for safeguarding the health and well-being of all parties involved and employed at H2M BV.
The aim is to eliminate all foreseeable hazards for both company and third-party personnel that could result in personal injury, occupational illness, fire, and damage to property and the environment.
Working Conditions and Absenteeism Policy.
Working conditions and absenteeism policy has been drafted to ensure proper and healthy working conditions. The aim is to make the conditions in which personnel work on a daily basis as comfortable and healthy as possible. Absenteeism policy has been drafted to help minimize absenteeism due to illness as much as possible. It is also the aim of this policy to provide proper assistance concerning optimal recovery and return to work as soon as possible.
Sexual intimidation, Aggression and Violence
Policy has been drafted to prevent and combat sexual intimidation, aggression and violence. For successful implementation of this HSE policy, it is expected that everybody within the organization make a positive contribution and provide his/her full cooperation. It is everybody's duty to work towards improving health, safety and well-being at the work site.
H2M’s management regards the care for Health, Safety and the Environment as an ongoing process, which means there shall be continual sought to work more safely and effectively in order to constantly improve working conditions.
Policies are audited annually and revised if deemed necessary. Policies shall be revised at least once every three years.