Here you can read our rules of procedure
Anderssons Bygg’s general rules of order and safety apply to all our permanent facilities and construction sites. It’s important to us that everyone can feel comfortable, respect each other and come home from work alive and well. The rules therefore apply to everyone who stays at our facilities/workplaces, including hired staff, contractors, other partners and our own employees. The general rules of order and protection are supplemented with specific rules for each workplace (these are clarified in the workplace’s work environment plan). In order to achieve an injury-free workplace, it is essential that we are all aware of our actions and do not take risky shortcuts due to time constraints or convenience. It is also important that we point out safety deficiencies and immediately report incidents and accidents to the Project Manager/IDEA.
Risks of ill-health and accidents are prevented by carrying out regular risk assessments of all risks in the workplace. Project risk inventories and work preparation are used to identify risks and opportunities in the work. Risks are assessed and measures are proposed to prevent accidents and incidents. Everyone in the workplace must be aware of the risks involved in their work and the safety measures that apply.
We require that everyone in our workplaces is adequately informed and has the necessary skills to stay and work safely.
Andersson’s construction sites are designed to create safe conditions for all who work on and around them.
Where adequate protection against ill health or accidents cannot be achieved by other means, personal protective equipment shall be used.
If the work involves a risk of injury, a temporary protection device must be erected around the work area.
Falls are the most common cause of serious accidents in the workplace. Where there is a risk of falling, work activities should always be risk assessed/prepared.
Measures must be taken to reduce or screen out dusty work, so that other occupational groups do not have to be exposed to the dust generated, through the planning and selection of methods, machinery and equipment.
Measures shall be taken to reduce or screen out particularly noisy work as far as possible, through the planning and selection of methods, machinery and equipment. Noise should be reduced as close to the source as possible.
Only an authorised installer, or an electrician working under an authorised installer, may interfere with electrical installations at the workplace.
Measures must be taken to ensure that waste/garbage is handled appropriately at each workplace. Source separation in all fractions must be possible at all our permanent workplaces, but we must also work on waste prevention as far as possible. Other waste must be managed according to the municipality’s waste plans:
Hazardous substances may only be used in accordance with the guidelines/instructions from the risk assessment/work preparation carried out and the associated Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
A person who is under the influence of alcohol or has a hangover in the workplace is a danger to himself, his colleagues and his environment. In cases where the contractor does not have its own drug policy, Andersson’s Construction Drug Policy applies.
We require everyone in the workplace to follow our general rules of order and safety. Those who violate these rules may be warned and/or expelled from the workplace. Refusal means that the person must leave the workplace immediately. Penalties may also be claimed, as agreed with the contractor. Repeated rejections can lead to dismissal.