In pursuit of our Mission Zero goal to be incident and injury free by 2020, we are continually developing new approaches to safety to meet the needs of our clients, the supply chain, our workforce, and ultimately the end-users of the facilities we deliver.
We believe everyone has a right to return home safely every day and a duty to take care of themselves and those around them.
Mission Zero is our campaign to eliminate all accidents from our business by 2020. And when we say all accidents, we mean all accidents – from serious injuries to minor incidents. We know this is a tough target. Achieving it won’t be easy. But, to us, there’s no more worthwhile goal than keeping all our people safe and well.
Cultural change through communication
We believe communication is critical to creating the conditions for Mission Zero. It’s important that everyone understands our approach to health and safety - and feels empowered to play their part.
We all have a part to play in keeping our workplaces safe. One of the most effective ways we can do this is by being aware of the risks around us and taking action to address these. That’s why, over the past two years, we’ve increased our focus on the importance of reporting hazards and near-misses.