Managers and employees are all engaged in creating a positive safety culture here at PML. Some of the activities employees are engaged in are:

Weekly safety meetings

Every week, general HSE Meetings are held in which all employees are engaged. Relevant topics that affect employees at home and at work are discussed such as ergonomics, hand and finger safety, driving, pollution, safety at home, pollution. These meetings are conducted by members of management, HSE department and staff members


From time to time HSE lectures are conducted by Qualified professionals with the aim of enhancing the HSE knowledge of employees. These lectures include Safe Driving, Heart Disease and Diabetes

HSE Competitions

Our Safety Observation Card competition is soon to be launched. This will give employees an opportunity to design an Observation Card to capture and record both good and poor conditions and behaviours

Near miss reporting

Near Misses are usually signs of an accident soon to occur. Employees are encouraged to, and participate in reporting near misses, to which corrective actions are implemented

JSA Completion

All jobs undergo risk assessment or JSA dependent of the level of risk in the Job. These are completed by employees and supervisors to ensure work is carried out safely


It is important that employees are trained to safely conduct their jobs. Some of the Training they undergo are: PLEA Training, First AID and CPR, Emergency Response, Defensive Driving and TBOSIET


We at PML aim to ensure that our customers are always satisfied with the quality of our services and products.

We also strive to ensure our processes are efficient and are continually improved. We achieve this by continually monitoring our system and implementing any corrective measures.

We measure quality performance by measuring some of the following:

  • Training feedback
  • Customer survey feed back
  • Customer complaints
  • Delivery time
  • Response time
  • Errors


Process Management Limited is committed to protecting the health and safety of all its employees, customers, contractors, and the public, and to prevent negative impact on the environment. We shall comply with the Trinidad and Tobago Occupational Safety and Health Act 2004 amended 2006, the Environmental Management Act 2000 and any other statutory and regulatory requirements that may directly affect our operations.

Methods through which we demonstrate our commitment:

Enforce and effectively manage safe systems of work that meet the Safe-to-Work TT (STOW-TT) HSE requirement

Identify HSE hazards and implement controls of associated risks without delay

Promote safe working conditions via application of the hierarchy of controls: elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE

Take actions to prevent HSE incidents

Implement effective systems for confidential reporting of HSE observations, near-misses, incidents and accidents to aid in the development of immediate corrective actions

Ensure employees are competent to identify and manage the HSE aspects of their jobs by providing the necessary resources and training

Prioritise employee health and wellbeing during daily operations in normal and emergency situations

Preserve the environment by adhering to all applicable statutory and regulatory environmental requirements to prevent in-house, onsite and community impacts

Ensure safe handling and transportation of harmful substances, pressurized, heavy and non-standard equipment

Consult with all stakeholders on HSE Management System performance and encourage open communication to capture HSE related issues to improve our HSE processes and practices

Ensure ongoing compliance with all relevant HSE statutory and regulatory requirements

Continuous improvement of the company’s HSE performance by measuring and periodically reviewing our progress

Protect and secure company and client personnel and assets by enforcing security policies to limit the threat of unwanted situations

Accountability from Top Management and employees in fulfilling their HSE roles and responsibilities


At Process Management Limited, Quality is an integral part of our daily operations enabling us to deliver products and services that are in accordance with best practice, safe and in compliance with our customers’ requirements. Our commitment to quality requires 100% employee compliance by understanding their roles and responsibilities and be empowered to maintain the integrity of our Quality Management System (QMS).

To ensure our QMS is at its optimum level, the following essential principles are adhered to:

Meet and exceed our customer’s requirements by:

Promoting an environment where employee development and resources are provided for effective delivery of products and services.

Demonstrate competence by providing the appropriate expertise in all our jobs to minimise the number of reworks, errors and customer complaints

Encourage open communication amongst all stakeholders to ensure the accurate and timely delivery of the required solutions.

Compliance with the ISO 9001:2015 standard and all other applicable statutory and regulatory requirements by:

Ensuring all staff (Top Management and employees) adhere to the policies and procedures of the QMS by understanding and applying them in performance of their daily tasks

Commitment from Top Management to monitor, control and improve the QMS.

Demonstrate continual improvements of our systems and processes by:

Establishing both short- and long-term objectives that are measurable and aimed at enhancing the overall performance of the company

Monitoring the effectiveness of our QMS through planned audits, management reviews and customer satisfaction surveys to ensure quality product and service delivery

Empowering our employees to participate in quality improvement activities through teamwork and consultation.