Prince is dedicated to the safe manufacture and use of our naturally derived mineral and engineered products.
We are committed to operating in a responsible manner that protects the safety and health of our employees, customers, and the public, as well as our environment.
Prince’s vision is to create a positive EHS culture within its organization, where effective EHS Management is a fundamental and integral part of our business. Our key principle is ‘Safety First’.
Prince wants to be recognized as a world leader and a model for health & safety in the workplace and environmental stewardship.
In accordance with our commitment to the Environment, Health & Safety, it is the policy of Prince to:
- Meet or exceed compliance with applicable EHS laws, regulations, Company requirements or other compliance obligations;
- Identify hazards and reduce risks to prevent occupational illnesses, injuries and pollution, while encouraging the health and well-being of our employees;
- Minimize, where feasible, the use of hazardous materials in our manufacturing processes;
- Prevent pollution and protect the environment by minimizing waste and emissions at the point of generation or finding ways to reuse, reclaim or recycle materials;
- Implement and maintain an effective EHS management system that establishes roles and responsibilities, contains all necessary protocols and sets objectives & targets to achieve continual improvement in EHS management and performance;
- Provide our employees with the necessary information, instruction, training and tools in order to maintain a safe and healthful work environment;
- Communicate relevant Company EHS policies and procedures to Prince employees, contractors and visitors and share good practices in order to achieve continual improvement;
- Establish EHS metrics and ensure that Prince leadership teams regularly review the Company’s EHS performance.
At the end of the day, all Prince employees must share in this commitment to the Environment, Health & Safety.
This Policy Statement will be reviewed at least every two years, and was last approved on December 16, 2020.