RFB Construction Inc. is committed to ensuring the health and safety of every team member.
It is RFB Construction’s goal to perform all business operations in a safe and effective manner, which will not adversely affect staff, clients, the public, or the environment. Incorporating health and safety principles into all phases of our operations emphasizes responsible, sound, and efficient management as the safety of every team member is an integral component of our business practice. RFB Construction Inc. recognizes that accident prevention and quality of working life is an essential part of our business operations and as such, will empower each individual to actively participate in their Health and Safety Program.
RFB Construction Inc. will take all reasonable steps to emphasize that health and safety is everyone’s responsibility. We will comply with Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act, Environmental Protection Act, and all applicable Regulations and accept these statutes as minimum standards.
By working together and giving the most careful attention to Health and Safety, we will meet our shared objectives of a healthy and safe working environment. Management is responsible for maintaining a work environment as free as possible from actual and potential hazards, and for ensuring the security of all.
RFB Construction Inc. recognizes the responsibility of all Supervisors to ensure that safe and healthy conditions are maintained in our workplace.
Each team member is responsible for working in a safe and healthy manner, following all health and safety policies and procedures, reporting all sub-standard and/or unhealthy conditions and intervening when such conditions occur. To ensure a safe workplace, safety training shall be planned, scheduled and executed for all employees. Everyone is encouraged to adopt a safe and healthy lifestyle on and off the job.
All contractors, sub-contractors and visitors will work in accordance with all RFB Construction Inc. policies, procedures and practices in compliance with all legislative requirements.
Through open lines of communication, objective discussions and cooperation between workers, supervisors, management, and other outside parties, our objectives of a workplace free of hazards, injury, and illness can and will be achieved.
Ron Bottos, Founding Partner | Fred Browne, Founding Partner