HMMA Business Partners should make the health and safety of their employees a top priority. HMMA Business Partners are expected to provide a safe work environment and minimize physical and chemical hazards through proper design, engineering and administrative controls, preventative maintenance, safe work procedures, and ongoing safety training. HMMA Business Partners are further expected to be familiar with and strictly follow HMMA’s Contractor Handbook (HR-AL-SF-S-00035) while working onsite at HMMA’s facilities.
HMMA Business Partners should comply with all regulations set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) and all other federal, state, and local laws related to workplace safety.
HMMA Business Partners should provide employees with appropriate personal protective equipment (“PPE”) where hazards cannot be adequately controlled by other means.
HMMA Business Partners should provide and properly maintain physical guards, interlocks, and barriers where machinery presents an injury hazard to employees.
HMMA Business Partners should minimize the impact of emergency situations by developing appropriate emergency response plans and procedures.Back to Code of Conduct Index