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Policies

Quality Policy ISO 9001:2008

Eastern Pacific is a leading provider of construction services to the public and private sector. Thriving in speculative and contractual construction projects, our strengths lie in our vast portfolio of high-rise commercial and residential projects. We invite all investors, customers and associates to view our undisputed steady growth through stable and volatile markets over the past 30 years. We take pride in taking the time to understand our clients and stakeholders’ requirements and outcomes. To this end, we have developed and implemented a Quality Management System that complies with the ISO 9001: 2008 standard.

The Quality Management System is defined in documented management procedures, which provide clear standards and guidelines in all the appropriate areas of the company’s activities. Management is committed to implementing and continually improving our quality management system.

This policy will be communicated to all employees, contractors, and interested stakeholders of Eastern Pacific to ensure awareness of our commitment to quality. Our quality objectives will be regularly reviewed and discussed at management meetings or other communication events as required.

All Eastern Pacific personnel are expected to comply and work towards the requirements of the management system. Management will regularly review the system to maintain its suitability and effectiveness.

Environmental Policy ISO 14001:2004

Eastern Pacific is a leading provider of construction services to the public and private sector. Thriving in speculative and contractual construction projects, our strengths lie in our vast portfolio of high-rise commercial and residential projects. We can confidently assure our clients that every effort is taken by Eastern Pacific to deliver clean, sustainable design and energy efficient building construction wherever possible. We believe not only in working in the best interests of our clients but also that of our staff and the community at large by reducing the impact on the environment and minimising pollution, whilst maintaining our competitive edge and economic sustainability. In order to minimise our impact on the environment, Eastern Pacific has developed and implemented Environmental Management System that complies with ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental Management Standard. The Environmental Management System is defined in documented management procedures, which provide clear standards and guidelines in all the appropriate areas of the company’s activities.

Management is committed to:

  • Complying with applicable legal requirements and with other requirements to which Eastern Pacific subscribes, which relate to its environmental aspects;
  • Providing a high quality service with minimal environmental impact;
  • Minimising our impact on the community;
  • Operating and continually improving our EMS All Eastern Pacific personnel are required to work towards the fulfilment of the management system, and management will regularly review the system to maintain its suitability and effectiveness
Work Health & Safety Policy OHSAS 18001

The Eastern Pacific Design and Construct’s Work Health and Safety Policy is based on a belief that the well-being of people employed at work, or people affected by our work, is a major priority and must be considered in all aspects of the business.

People are our most important asset and health and safety in the workplace is everyone’s responsibility with every person being of equal priority, including members of the public. Eastern Pacific Design and Construct, through its senior management will endeavour to comply with all legislative and other requirements placed upon it and will encourage all workers to comply. Eastern Pacific has developed and implemented a Safety Management System that complies with the Safety Management Standard AS/NZS 4801: 2001 and with legal requirements. The Safety Management System is defined in documented management procedures, which provide clear standards and guidelines in all the appropriate areas of the company’s activities.

The objectives of this Work Health and Safety Policy are to ensure that the business, at all levels, so far as is reasonably practicable:

  • Continually strives to achieve a safer workplace.
  • Considers health and safety in project planning and work activities.
  • Involves all workers in the decision-making processes through regular communication, consultation and training.
  • Encourages workers to undertake a continuous program of education and learning to identify and control hazards in the workplace through a continuous risk management program.
  • Takes action to eliminate or control potential accidents / incidents.
  • Provides effective injury management and rehabilitation for all injured employees.
  • Promotes and rewards positive WHS activity.

The success of our health and safety management depends on:

  • Appropriate planning of work activities with due consideration given to implementing control measures that are suitable to each given situation.
  • All persons involved in the business or affected by the carrying out of our business understanding the total work process and associated WHS risks.
  • Continual encouragement of all workers to be committed to achieving our objectives. • Open and honest communication between all parties involved in our business, or that will be affected by the carrying out of our business.

Eastern Pacific’s personnel are required to work towards the fulfilment of the management system, and management will regularly review the system to maintain its suitability and effectiveness.