OHS-E Policy


Occupational Health and Safety – Our Environmental Policy

1. Risk Analysis based study
In order to determine and evaluate the risks within the scope of OHS-E and to take measures in all kinds of impacts that come to the fore due to our field of activity; Before the project, a preliminary study is carried out in the project area. Possible risks are determined and precautionary elements are included in the company. The information regarding the B-C plans, along with the measures taken to eliminate the risks with the construction site installation, are shared with the staff and workers.


2. Zero accident and occupational disease
As Sutek Engineering, it has adopted the principle of fully implementing the OHS (Occupational Health, Safety and Environment) policies and producing beneficial work for both the country and the people.

3. Education
Regular and irregular trainings are organized so that our employees do not lose their responsibility and environmental awareness regarding OHS-E, as well as maintain this level. In addition, vocational trainings that can contribute to the careers of employees, certification studies, project management for staff, foreign language, software and programming, etc. contributes to training.


4. Safe Tool/Equipment Supply
We work with stocks of equipment and hand tools in compliance with OHS-E, including personal protective equipment. In addition, by ensuring that all employees comply with all rules, the risk of work accident and occupational disease is reduced to the minimum possible level.


5. Efficient use of natural resources
Recycling is given great importance in project implementation and production areas. Adhering 100% to the technical specifications of the product to be produced or applied, products with the lowest carbon footprint are preferred and activities are carried out within the framework of this principle.


6. Enforce Disposal Regulations
The most appropriate methods are followed for the disposal of all kinds of waste and garbage that may occur in both production and project areas.


7. Identifying OHS-E Responsible Persons, allocating resources
Responsible persons are determined to minimize OHS-E risks and resources are allocated for this work. While making new investments, OHS-E risks are taken into consideration and investments with optimum solutions are realized.


8. Full compliance with regulations
Legislation, administrative regulations and legal conditions regarding OHS-E in force are followed and full compliance is ensured.


9. Developing e-QMS
The requirements specified in the Integrated Quality Management System Standard are fulfilled, ensuring continuity, improvement and announcement to the employees. For this purpose, related software and hardware systems are used to ensure traceability within the company.


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