Employee Safety Manual

An Employee Guide to Safety Policies and Procedures to Support a Safety-Conscious Work Environment

Foliage Unlimited recognizes that employees drive our business. As the most critical resource, employees will be safeguarded through training, provision of appropriate work surroundings and procedures that foster protection of health and safety. All work conducted by Foliage Unlimited’s employees will take into account the intent of this policy. No duty, no matter what its perceived result, will be deemed more important than employee health and safety.

Foliage Unlimited is firmly committed to the safety of our employees. We will do everything possible to prevent workplace accidents and we are committed to providing a safe working environment for all employees.

We value our employees not only as employees but also as human beings critical to the success of their family, the local community and Foliage Unlimited.

Employees are encouraged to report any unsafe work practices or safety hazards encountered on the job. All accidents/incidents (no matter how slight) are to be immediately reported to the supervisor on duty.

A key factor in implementing this policy will be the strict compliance to all applicable central, state and local policies and procedures. Failure to comply with these policies may result in disciplinary actions.

General Safety Rules


Horseplay, ‘practical jokes,’ etc., are forbidden. Employees are required to work in an injury-free manner displaying accepted levels of behavior. Conduct that places the employee or others at risk, or which threatens or intimidates others, is forbidden

Drugs and Alcohol

Use and/or possession of illegal drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, Gutka on company property or on company time is forbidden. Reporting for work while under the influence of any of the above is forbidden.


You are responsible for keeping your work area clean and safe. Clean up several times throughout the day, disposing of trash and waste in approved containers, wiping up any drips/spills immediately and putting equipment and tools away as you are finished with them.

Injury Reporting

All work-related injuries must be reported to your supervisor immediately. Failure to immediately report injuries can result in loss of Workers’ Compensation benefits. After each medical appointment resulting from a work-related injury, you must contact your supervisor to discuss your progress. You must also give your supervisor any paperwork that you received at the appointment.