Turquoise Ltd is aimed to provide very high quality services and has the ability to give assured performance and delivery, whilst continually striving to seek better ways to improved services. It has a number of programmes in place to monitor and measure its preference and the client requirement. Turquoise Ltd operates with the implementation of a total quality management policy, in partnership with Anambra Materials and Testing Laboratory (ASMTL), which ensures all Turquoise Construction quality is adhered to. This policy is applied and executed across all the organisation’s businesses to ensure that highest standards of quality are achieved. Client Satisfaction and a high standard of quality are part of the prime goals of the organisation. This is achieved by professionalism, strict quality controls and dedication to meet the needs of the client.
In pursuance of the health and safety at work Act 1975, the company takes into consideration uppermost care the safety of all within the area of its operations. We maintain first class safety standard in assisting and developing staff health in creating safety environmental awareness. To achieve this, the company makes adequate provision for personal protective equipment (PPE) and stick strictly to the safety requirement in any area of its operations. In all our jobs, we map out to achieve a safe site and good management for all our staffs in accordance with our client. Turquoise operate a safety management system, which defines the principle by which operations are conducted with regards to the; • Health and safety of our customers, employees, contractors and communities where we work • Protection of the environment • Quality of our service and product
The safety management system’s philosophy is communicated to all employees, customers, contractors and third parties associated with our business. The HSE management system model comprises of eight vital and interrelated components; 1. Commitment and leadership 2. Policies and objectives 3. Organisation and resources 4. Contractor and supplier management 5. Risk Management 6. Design and planning 7. Implementation and monitoring 8. Assessment and continuous improvement
Turquoise hopes that these principles will provide and promote consistency in ensuring that risk associated with project execution are evaluated and controlled. In turn, guidance can be sought by those responsible for managing project to meet the HSE policy whilst affording sufficient latitude to develop methods, procedures, systems and programmes to continually improve.
In pursuance of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, the environmental protection (Duty of Care) Regulations 1991, and the Controlled Waste Regulations 1991, the following policy shall be adopted by Turquoise Ltd: It shall accept his/her responsibilities in accordance with the Act, the regulations controlling the industry and this Environmental Policy as far as it is reasonably practical. The Aim is to ensure the correct and safe handling of products, materials and services, which might endanger or cause harm to the environment.
Turquoise recognises its responsibilities for the protection of the environment throughout the course of its business activities and seeks to adopt the highest environmental standards. These standards embrace all the products, materials and service the organisation provides, the working conditions of staff and the relationship with the community where the project is located and all the activities carried out by it. Turquoise will therefore ensure that the highest standard are implemented in its projects and services.