Tutukaka Marina Management Trust Health & Safety Policy

At Tutukaka Marina Management Trust (Tutukaka Marina) our Occupational Health & Safety Policy is based on a belief that the wellbeing of people employed at work, and people affected by our work, is a major priority and must be considered during all work performed on our behalf.

Tutukaka Marina is committed to providing a healthy and safe working environment for our workers, contractors and visitors to our workplace.                       

We will ensure the safety of people by:

  • Ensuring so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of workers and that other people are not put at risk by its work.
  • Providing and maintaining a safe working environment.
  • Providing facilities for health and safety.
  • Ensuring all equipment is safe.
  • Ensuring all workers and other people at (or in the vicinity) of Tutukaka Marina are not exposed to unmanaged or uncontrolled risk.
  • Developing and implementing emergency and evacuation procedures.
  • Compliance with legislation, regulations, codes of practice and safe operating procedures.
  • Ensuring the safe use, handling and storage of equipment, structures and substances.
  • Monitoring the health of workers and the conditions at the workplace for the purpose of preventing injury or illness.

To achieve this we will:

  • Systematically identify and document all risks to health and safety at Tutukaka Marina.
  • Implement and document appropriate control measures to eliminate or minimise risks to health and safety.
  • Provide health and safety information, training, instruction and supervision.
  • Encourage consultation and participation with employees, contractors, clients and suppliers in matters relating to health and safety
  • Ensure the accurate and timely reporting of all accidents, incidents, injuries and near misses.
  • Support injured staff to return to work safely as early as possible.
  • Protect visitors and other people from the risk of workplace hazards.
  • Provide support and resource so that systems are maintained and improved.
  • Meet our obligations under the Health and Safety at Work act (2015), Health and Safety at Work Regulations 2016 and all relevant Standards, Codes of Practice and Best Practice Guidelines.
  • Inform and train all workers in emergency plans and procedures and evacuation procedures.
  • Ensure that contractors and sub-contractors are not exposed to risk within our workplace and do not expose our workers to the risk from hazards that the contractor introduces.