Conduct and Standards of Behavior for Employees, Sub-Contractor
and Supplier Personnel
Performance understands the vital role that established and
clearly defined standards of conduct and behavior play in the successful
completion of a project and in the maintenance of our valued client
relationships. We established this policy set to provide clarification
and standards for; rules of verbal and written communication; equal
employment opportunity; compliance with immigration laws; drug, alcohol
and substance abuse; sexual harassment; weapons and workplace violence;
establishment of English as the communication standard; dress code &
grooming; distribution of written materials; licenses, credentials and
training of sub-contractor personnel; on the job safety, accident response
and accident reporting; and many other topics including disciplinary
actions for failure to comply are presented. 15
Safety Program and Philosophy
Performance has developed and implemented our proactive
Safety Program to protect Performance employees and visitors,
Client's employees and visitors, and subcontractor's employees and
visitors from preventable accidents and injuries. Performance
strongly feels that safety is the day-to-day responsibility of every
Performance employee and is counting on the cooperation of all
employees to implement this program and make the Performance workplace as
safe as possible. This emphasis on safety is particularly important given
the physical, heavy construction machinery oriented nature of the
Company's business. 18 pages
Hazard Communication Program
In compliance with OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, Title 29 Code
of Federal Regulations 1010.02, the following Performance Hazard
Communication Program has been put into effect to allow job site personnel
to have ready access to information describing the characteristics and
potential hazard of chemicals brought onto the job site and to protect job
personnel from harm and injuries that might otherwise result from handling
or working with these chemicals. 9
Responsibility For Implementation Of This Program
Performance Construction's off-site senior management has overall responsibility for ensuring that Performance's Hazard Communications Program is properly and completely implemented at each job site.
Performance's Director of Safety is responsible for actively reviewing the implementation of Performance's Hazard Communication Program at each job site, through audits and other means, and for providing information and other assistance as required by the on-site superintendent.
Performance's onsite superintendent and his assistants are responsible for the day-to-day implementation of Performance's Hazard Communications Program, including the maintenance of the on-site records, disseminating hazardous chemical information as required, and on-site hazardous chemical training.
Performance categorically prohibits employees from reporting
to work or coming onto Company or Client premises while under the
influence of or impaired by illegal drugs, intoxicating drugs, or alcohol.
In addition, the company categorically prohibits employees from
possessing, using, distributing, purchasing, or transferring illegal
drugs, intoxicating drugs, or alcohol on Company or Client premises.
Finally, the Company prohibits employees from reporting to work while
under the influence of certain prescribed drugs or using certain
prescribed drugs while on Company or Client premises. 10
Performance categorically prohibits employees for bringing
onto Company or Client premises weapons or handguns of any sort or from
exhibiting any behavior perceived as violent or threatening by other
persons while on Client premises or while conducting the Company's
business, regardless of location. 7
The company utilizes a full and complete administrative policy
inclusive of an employee handbook governing all aspects of both the
company and its personnel's duties and obligations. 41
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