Our guiding principles for environmental protection, health and safety
Infraserv Höchst pledges to act responsibly with regard to health, safety and the environment. We take our responsibility to our employees, customers and the public very seriously in protecting human health and the environment. The following principles guide our business activities:
- We pledge to constantly improve our health, safety and environmental activities with the support of our entire staff.
- We will develop, monitor and optimize our plants, equipment, processes and services to protect human health, conserve resources and the environment and minimize risk.
- We provide safe, healthy work conditions for our employees. We enhance their skills, motivation and awareness of health, safety and environmental issues.
- We require all employees to act responsibly when working on or with plants and equipment and providing services at all our sites.
- Our health management programs provide our employees with comprehensive medical support, from prevention to intervention to rehabilitation.
- We pledge to follow all laws and regulations on health, safety and environmental protection.
- Our efficient emergency response organization prevents environmental pollution and health hazards and contains them as much as possible.
- We pledge to provide the information and resources required to achieve health, safety and environmental goals.
- We also require our suppliers and service providers to act responsibly with regard to health, safety and the environment.
- We pledge to consult and communicate with our customers, suppliers and other business partners in order to promote safe, environmentally responsible behavior within their and our organizations.
- We actively engage in dialog with stakeholders and fully cooperate with government agencies. We also keep employees and the public fully apprised of our activities and their impact on human health and the environment.
These guiding principles are binding on all employees of Infraserv GmbH & Co. Höchst KG.
Frankfurt-Höchst, November 1, 2018