DA has legal obligations to ensure a safe and healthy workplace for our employees in the first place and also for anyone else who may visit our workplace such as customers or contractors. We ensure as well that all jobsite activities are performed in a safe manner while maintaining quality craftsmanship.

  • We identify any hazards (actual or potential) and take measures to control the risks, preferably by eliminating them – but if that is not possible, by reducing them as far as possible;
  • We ensure that safe working practices are developed and implemented,
  • We implement measures to reduce the risk of bullying and harassment;
  • We implement measures to reduce the risk of bullying and harassment;
  • We provide employees with information, instructions, and training set up contingency plans to deal with accidents and emergencies (including the evacuation of the workplace);
  • We ensure that ventilation, temperature, lighting, toilet, washing and rest facilities meet the standard of health, safety and welfare sought by the statutory bodies;
  • We ensure that appropriate work equipment is provided and is properly used and regularly maintained;
  • We always take necessary precautions against the risks caused by flammable or explosive hazards, electrical equipment, noise, dust and radiation;
  • Management take reasonable steps to avoid potentially dangerous work involving manual handling and provide manual handling training where required;
  • We provide health supervision, as needed;
  • We provide protective clothing, where required and appropriate warning signs;
  • We report specific accidents, injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences to the appropriate authorities; and maintain records of accidents and injuries as appropriate.
  • Since PPE can fail, and relies on the worker to use it properly, and leaves the hazard in the workplace, PPE is always our first line of protection against workplace contaminants and physical hazards.

QA/QC – Quality Assurance and Quality Control

An important goal of DA is to practice good guidance to support the development of our services that can be readily assessed in terms of quality and completeness. In our opinion It is good practice to implement Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) procedures in the development of business to accomplish this goal.
One of our main areas that we that we comply with is Trafficking in Persons (TIPS) requirements not only for our employees that are working under US government contracts but for all of our Team members and assure that our subcontractors fulfill the requirements as well.