ADT complies with the requirements of the following international standards to effectively manage and control its Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) obligations:
- ISO 9001: 2008 – Quality Management Systems
- ISO 14001:2004 – Environmental Management Systems
- OHSAS 18001:2007 – Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
Before you start... Be safety smart
For ADT this is not just our slogan, this is the way how we conduct our business. The commitment of ADT to quality, health, safety, environment and security starts with our Senior Management team, but is the responsibility of everyone in the organization, including the newest recruits. This commitment is vital to the continued enhancement of our reputation and image, and the maintenance and expansion of our reputable customer base.
ADT has established and implemented QHSE policies, which state
s the company’s vision and commitment towards the health and safety of its employees and the surrounding people, protection of the environment, the quality of its products and services, and compliance with client and legal requirements.
ADT’s top management has committed itself to the development and implementation of the QHSE Management System providing strong, visible leadership and actively participating in the continuous drive towards a corporate culture that places QHSE as equal in importance to the other critical business objectives. As a result of this commitment, ADT achieved 6 million man-hours LTI free in February 2016, making KPCT one of the safest terminals in the region.