The Supplies Sub-division, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department is committed to providing high quality services in purchasing and warehousing services in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner at a high standard of safety and health at work. The Integrated Management System is developed to meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007.

EMSD’s Environmental Policy

"The management and staff of the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department are committed to building a better environment through an ongoing environment conservation, protection and improvement programme."

We strictly adhere to our Environmental Policy and contribute to the sustainable development of Hong Kong. We request all our Contractors, Consultants and Suppliers to observe the following environmental requirements as stipulated by the ISO 14001:2015 standard as detailed below:-

All Contractors, Consultants and Suppliers should be familiar with EMSD’s Environmental Policy.

In particular, Contractors, Consultants and Suppliers should endeavour to minimize their impacts on the environment and where feasible implement measures which will protect and conserve the environment.

Revision 3 (03.03.2017)

EMSD’s Safety and Health Policy

"The management and staff of the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department are committed to achieving and maintaining a high standard of safety and health at work for in-house staff and contractor employees, and to putting safety as first priority in the course of delivering our E&M services."

We strictly adhere to our safety and health policy and provide a safe and healthy working environment to our in-house staff and contractor employees. Our Policy:

  1. To provide and maintain a safe and healthy working environment and work systems for all our staff, and appropriate protection to other people who may be affected by our works.
  2. To monitor the site safety and health performance of our contractors, and to take necessary actions timely in case of sub-standard performance and for preventing accidents.
  3. To strive for continual improvement in safety and health management and performance, including identifying and developing best practices in safety and health, and requiring or promoting where appropriate the adoption of such practices by in-house staff and our contractors.
  4. To observe all statutory and contractual requirements for safety and health, relevant standards and codes of practice, and relevant recommendations issued by safety and health authorities.
  5. To provide adequate resources for implementing the safety and health policy and safety plan, and to provide necessary information, staff training and supervision.
  6. To foster a pro-active risk-based accident prevention culture, the attitude that every level of the organization bears responsibility for work safety, and work behavior consistent with the notion that all work should be undertaken in a safe manner.
  7. To keep the policy under constant review, to ensure that it is effective and up-to-date.

Revision 2 (14.11.2014)