HighService Corp: Acknowledges that alcohol abuse and illicit drugs use correspond to a risky behavior that negatively impacts job security. HighService Corp addresses the problem based on its vision and principles, focusing on people’s integral development and the value of life. Therefore, everyone is considered to be aware of assuming their rights, duties and responsibilities.
“Security is not a priority, it’s a value”
HighService Corp: In a preventive and committed context for our principle: “Safety is not a priority, is a value”, it promotes reflection on responsible drinking and smoking, as well as awareness of the associated risks to licit and illicit drugs consumption. These prevention strategies are oriented to reduce risk behaviors, consequently we will make sure that there is NO consumption while our workers are operating, nor in our organization’s facilities, and it’s our duty to protect the life and physical integrity of all our workers, as well as the facilities and infrastructures that make our operations possible.
HighService Corp: Considers possession, distribution, use, sale and traffic of alcohol and illicit drugs during work hours as a serious misconduct. These are reprehensible conducts, punished by the law and against our values, therefore, it is strictly forbidden to:
Enter or work into any facility, department and/or site under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
Non compliance with the current applicable legislation; the Mining Safety Regulation (D.S. 132) and the Order, Hygiene and Safety Internal Regulation.
HighService Corp: Will fulfill the current legislation…
HighService Corp: Will fulfill the current legislation and clients’ requirements and specially obligations and rights contemplated in articles: 1, 25, 31, 38 and 40 of the Mining Safety Regulation, supreme decree, 132. It will be able to carry out not announced inspections in its labors, permanence and living in the organization’s premises, controlling possession of alcohol, illicit drugs, hallucinogenic drugs, narcotics or substances that create dependence. Also, with the worker’s full knowledge, it could request randomly alcohol and drugs tests, medical evaluations and/or laboratory tests after accidents, significant incidents and when there is clear evidence of their use.
The employee’s refusal to undergo these tests, as well as testing positive is grounds for disciplinary sanctions and/or layoff, in compliance with the current applicable legislation, the Order, Hygiene and Safety Internal Regulation and the Mining Safety Regulation.