Health & Safety
Recognizing the potential for a healthier and more productive team, Cellula is dedicated to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all of its employees and contractors. In order to do this, Cellula has established and maintains an occupational Health and Safety program designed to prevent injuries and disease. Cellula also requires that all workers and service contractors work safely and that they understand and follow our company guidelines for safe work procedures. Cellula conducts its activities in compliance with:
Cellula will adhere to customer and jobsite specific Health and Safety Rules if they are more stringent that our own. Cellula also recognizes that it is mandatory that Professional Engineers registered in the Province of British Columbia follow the APEGBC Code of Ethics, specifically Principle 1:
“hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public, the protection of the environment and promote Health and Safety within the workplace”
Cellula has developed an occupational health and safety management system, and became COR certified in 2016 after successful completion of its certification audit. This certification is a way for Cellula to demonstrate leadership, commitment to continual improvement, and dedication to worker health and safety.
Quality assurance and control is critical to the success of our projects and products. In 2012, Cellula received ISO 9001:2008 certification upon the development of a Quality Management System (QMS). Since then, Cellula has successfully passed its first surveillance audit and continues to improve its system to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.
Cellula recognizes that our operations can have an effect on the local, regional and global environment. As a consequence we attach maximum importance to matters concerning the environment by striving to use the least harmful products available for our customers’ operations. Cellula’s environmental policy is to meet and, where practical, exceed all relevant regulatory requirements and to minimize any adverse environmental effects caused as a result of our activities.