Environmental Health & Safety Policy


Executive management, managers and staff understand their HSE accountabilities, and are responsible for leading and engaging in meeting HSE policy, standards, objectives and goals.


Processes are in place to meet the following requirements:

  • Managers and employees are accountable for the HSE performance of the business, the implementation and communication of the HSEQ Policy, and meeting HSE performance objectives.
  • Managers ensure compliance with laws, regulations and permits relating to HSE, which is maintained across all Diamond Group’s operations.
  • Inductions addressing relevant HSE objectives, hazards, risks, controls, and behavior are conducted for managers, staff and visitors.
  • Competence-based training programs and assessments are in place for positions where critical HSE tasks / activities have been identified.
  • All internal and external complaints related to HSE aspects of the Group's operations are recorded, acknowledged, and investigated as incidents.
  • Hazards and risks are identified, evaluated, prioritized, and controlled by a structured process, including means that address normal and non-routine work activities.
  • The results of hazard identification, evaluation and control, and formal risk assessments are considered in the preparation and review of emergency response plans and procedures.
  • Maintained procedures are in place for the timely reporting, investigation, mitigation, and appropriate communication of all HSE incidents.
  • Procedures are in place to identify and determine the significance of environmental aspects and impacts of all operations, projects, goods, equipment and services.
  • Pollution prevention and waste minimization programs are developed, implemented, and maintained to eliminate, reduce, reuse, recycle, treat, or appropriately dispose waste.