QHSE – Quality, Health, Safety and Environment

Quality, Health, Safety and Environment

The search for operational excellence and constant attention to the risks of activities are supported by an integrated management system based on ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards. Quality management is guided by Client satisfaction and continual improvement in our performance. To ensure workers’ physical integrity and to provide a motivational and safety workplace are the pillars of health and safety management. The environmental management is focused on non-degradation, pollution prevention and rational use of natural resources.

These principles are consolidated in our QHSE Policy described below.

Azevedo & Travassos® has as guideline to always reach the best performance when executing work services, being obliged to:

  • To know and attend the demands of its clients and other interested parties (shareholders, internal personnel, suppliers and society), and the legislation and other requirements applicable to its projects and services, according to the scope of its contracts.

  • Identify and control the risks of its activities with reference to health, safety and environment, seeking prevention and/or mitigation;

  • Ensure that its internal personnel have the appropriate orientation to perform their tasks and be aware of the desired commitment and behavior to support this policy;

  • Promote, with its suppliers, the same level of commitment to this policy;

  • IImplement and maintain a management system to develop and fulfill this policy, consistent with the other practices of the company, seeking the continued improvement to its efficiency;

The integrated policy of quality, health, safety and environment will be internally published and made available to other interested parties, including public divulgation. In a way to facilitate its comprehension, the policy will be summarized and published throughout the whole company with the following phrase:

“Always do it right, better, with lower cost and without incidents”.