Company reserves the right to conduct an inspection or search for Prohibited Materials on Company premises, at any time, with or without the employee's presence. Routine searches for Prohibited Materials and Company Property may include an employee's person, office, desk, work area, file cabinet, closet, computer files, locker, briefcase, purse, vehicle, or similar places where employees may store Prohibited Materials or Company Property, whether or not the places are locked or protected by access codes and/or passwords. Should you have a combination lock, password or access code for any property on Company premises (including personal property that you bring to work), please promptly disclose the combination or password to the Human Resources Department.
In cases involving an inspection or search of an employee's pockets, purse, briefcase or other item of personal property that is being worn or carried by the employee, the employee will be requested to conduct a self-search (i.e., by turning out or emptying pockets, purses, etc.) in the presence of an observer who will be a person of the same gender. Because even a routine search for Prohibited Materials or Company Property might result in the exposure of an employee's personal possessions, all employees are encouraged to refrain from bringing into the workplace any item of personal property that they do not wish to show to Company. Employees should be aware that the workplace is any area used to conduct work by Company, including the parking areas.
It is the policy of Company to provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for all its employees. With this in mind, all employees are expected to comply with all safety rules and regulations in order to maintain a safe work area.
Any unsafe conditions should be reported immediately to your supervisor or the Human Resources Department. Safety is of prime concern in Company's day-to-day operation. Proper attire should be considered of the utmost importance if your job brings you into a warehouse operation. Sneakers or open-toed footwear are not adequate protection in areas where heavy objects are being handled and may fall on an employee's foot. When motorized equipment is in use, please observe caution when you are in the area of operation. For those employees working in the service or warehouse area, care should be taken to keep your areas free of empty cartons, packing materials, and other debris. All debris, broken cartons, and packing material should be kept in proper containers for disposal. You are expected to conduct yourself in a safe manner and observe any and all safety rules posted.
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It is up to each employee to assist Company in maintaining a clean and safe workplace and to keep his/her work area neat and clean as well as free of any safety hazards (e.g., extension cords, office space heaters, boxes, open file cabinets, etc.). All employees are expected to perform their work in a safe manner. Any accident, no matter how slight, must be reported to the Human Resources Department immediately. In addition, all employees are encouraged to report immediately any unsafe or hazardous condition to the Human Resources Department or your supervisor.
If you are in need of a first aid kit, Company medical kits are available for your use. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the location of the first aid kit, fire extinguisher, and emergency exit nearest your work station.
Company will not assume any responsibility for personal property brought by employees to Company premises. Therefore, all employees are encouraged to take adequate precautions and exercise their best judgment before bringing personal property to Company premises. Company does not provide reimbursement for theft or damage of personal items or money stolen either in the work place or in the parking lot. Unfortunately, theft occurs almost everywhere these days. Please remember to keep valuables locked in a secure place.