ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

ENVIRONMENT
SANJAC PACKAGING LTD is committed to conducting its business in a manner that delivers leading Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) performance. This is consistent with our commitment to corporate citizenship, social responsibility and sustainability. The health, safety and environmental policies are authorised by the company board of directors. The policies are reviewed annually and revised as necessary. As a minimum all the health, safety and environmental policies; • include a commitment to continual improvement; • include a commitment to comply with health, safety and environmental legislation and other requirements and standards to which the organisation subscribes; • are appropriate to the activities it encompasses; • are consistent with other policies unless there are over-riding business reasons not to maintain consistency; • are communicated to relevant employees, so that they are aware of their obligations under the policy; • are made available to interested parties on request; • are controlled documents, reviewed and revised as necessary. Our goals are to provide services that are environmentally sound throughout their lifecycles, conduct our operations in an environmentally responsible manner and create health and safety awareness to conduct injury-free operations. In order to attain these, we will: a. Adhere to all applicable EHS as per the Environmental Management and Co-ordination Act and the Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit Regulations of the Laws of Kenya. b. Aggressively pursue pollution prevention, energy conservation and waste reduction in our occupational areas. c. Deliver our products in safe means, reduce energy consumption and natural resources and to encourage re-use. d. Ensure the use of Personal Protective Equipment We will achieve high degree performance through implementation of EHS standards, goals and objectives. Sanjac Packaging Ltd shall provide each employee with a safe and healthy place in which to work and reside in the case of distant contracts necessitating the need for accommodation. Further, the company shall provide a safe and healthy environment for visitors, sub-contractors etc. Who are required to enter construction site premises? The company will ensure that safe plant, machinery and equipment are provided for all management and workers and that safe and healthy work practices are employed. The company in implementing this policy will observe relevant occupational health and safety legislation as outlined in the factories and other places of work Act and Environmental Management and Co-ordination Act, among other legislation. To achieve this, the Company will maintain an Occupational Health and safety program. This program will focus responsibilities and resources in the areas of accident and injury prevention, hazard removal and control health and welfare preservation, the development of safe and healthy work practices, the promotion of health and safety awareness, the provision of training in safe and healthy work practices, the compliance with health and safety legislation and regulations, the rehabilitationof injured employees and consultative and mechanisms. Overall responsibility of occupational health and safety at the Company rests with the company management. Further, all management and workers have a general responsibility in terms of the Factories Act ensure a safe and healthy work environment. The broad parameter of these specific responsibilities is set out in the company’s policy document titled “Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Objectives and Duties” The success of the Occupational health and safety policy rest on the commitment of management at all levels to its successful implementation and to the involvement and commitment of management and workers.