Our Policy

Our “Zero-tolerance” policy ensures uttermost safety of all who work for us. We actively choose vendor who are in consonance with our safety procedures, health practices, and resource management. Further, at OrnateDnB, time and time again we transfer knowledge on EHS protocol, and educate to enhance the safety of the community.

  • Using low health-impacting adhesives, paints & coatings, sealants, and construction materials
  • Using Low-flow water fixtures for efficient water management
  • Using Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified wood
  • Providing well-suited turf-cover and landscaping, with water-efficient irrigation systems
  • Extensive logistics plans for material movement, photographic records, documentation, recycling, site-cleanliness, waste management.
  • Site Safety Plan
  • Easy First-aid kit accessibility
  • PPE – Personal Protective Equipment, ID badges
  • Constant health checkup
  • Periodic checks on scaffolding, ladders, electrical system, and tools
  • Emergency Response matrix
  • Standard EHS manual
  • Certified on-site EHS inspector
  • In-house EHS educating program’s
  • Fire extinguishers at site
  • Uncompromising No Child Labour policy

Construction Safety Policy

At Ornate design and build, we strongly believe that the responsibility for safety commences upstream of the construction phase of the project. Apace with diligent inspection of sites to ensure compliance with safety measures and providing information on accidents to help generate safety consciousness, we follow the following safety rules…

  • Proper in-house safety training is given in order to minimize, and manage risks
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided to all labors and sub-contractors
  • Adequate PPE stocks are retained from day one
  • Impeccable inspection of electrical equipments, scaffolding materials are carried out and are approved and certificated with QC tags at entry every time
  • OrnateDnB takes advantage of technology, and use safety app to monitor lone workers
  • Communication is key to keeping workers safe. Safe workers who communicate with each other, identify, and resolve potential risks are recognized and awarded
  • Proper scheduling, regular breaks are offered to reduce the chance of workers getting exhausted, and making mistakes on site
  • Strong supervisors, subcontractors with sound knowledge are appointed to keep tracks on all employees, workers throughout the day, and correct those who fail to commit to proper site safety procedure
  • Signs are a cost-effective way of reducing accidents. Posters and warning signs are highlighted here and there throughout the site to help employees, workers, and other visitors to avoid potential dangers