Code of Conduct

We make safety personal

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Zero Harm

Nothing is more important than the health and safety of everyone who works for or with us

What do we mean?

Health is safety – we treat health like safety and seek to design out or manage down risks

Our Zero Harm vision – this means no injury or ill health caused by our work activities

Leadership – we will lead by example and not walk by

Governance arrangements – we will monitor and improve health and safety performance and hold ourselves to account through our clear governance arrangements

Just culture – those involved in unsafe acts will be treated fairly and protected for making genuine mistakes but anyone knowingly setting people to work or working in contravention of risk control measures will be removed from site with immediate effect

Learning and sharing – we will work with others to improve health and safety standards and share best practice

Our Golden Rules

We support everyone to follow our four golden rules

  1. Be fit for work
  2. Always receive a briefing before starting work
  3. Report all unsafe events and conditions
  4. Stop work if anything changes