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Our Quality, Environment, Safety and Health policy

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Quality Policy

Through continual improvement, JCU Singapore is focused and committed in providing high quality learning programs in a research-rich environment for its students within the environmental, legal and regulatory framework of Singapore

Environmental Policy

James Cook University has established, implement and maintain an environmental policy within the defined scope of environmental management system. The top management is committed:

  1. to ensure that this policy is appropriate to the nature and scale of the organisation’s environmental impacts of its activities, products and services;
  2. to prevent pollution and continuously seek to improve environmental performance;
  3. to comply with all relevant and applicable environmental registration and regulation.
  4. to ensure that this policy is documented, implemented and maintained;
  5. to ensure that this policy is communicated to all employees and stakeholders;
  6. to ensure that this policy is reviewed annually to ensure that it remains relevant and appropriate to the organisation, and
  7. to achieve the objective of sustainable environmental performance.

Occupational Health and Safety Policy

Within the defined scope of OH&S management system, the top Management is committed:

  1. to ensure that this OH&S policy is appropriate to the nature and scale of the organisation’s OH&S risks;
  2. to prevent injury and ill health, and continual improvement in OH&S management and OH&S performance;
  3. to comply with applicable legal requirements and with other requirements to which the organisation subscribes that relate to its OH&S hazards;
  4. to provide the framework for setting and reviewing OH&S objectives;
  5. to ensure that this policy is documented, implemented and maintained;
  6. to ensure that this policy is communicated to all persons working under the control of the organisation with the intent that they are made of their individual OH&S obligations;
  7. to ensure that this policy is available to all stakeholders;
  8. to ensure that this policy is reviewed at least once a year to ensure that it remains relevant and appropriate to the organization; and
  9. to achieve the objective of zero incident of injury and ill health.