Occupational Safety and Health Program

A healthy business begins with healthy employees. We are committed to providing the tools, resources, and environment to support the optimum health and well-being of our employees and their dependents while ensuring the highest levels of protection and respect for privacy and confidentiality. Our workplace safety and injury prevention efforts extend to subcontractors, vendors, and visitors. Our approach encompasses education, management accountability, and employee engagement. 

Everyone in an organization has some responsibility in managing risk across the organization, not just the chief risk officer. Our future relies on people with skills, passion, and innovative minds to serve the business needs of today and tomorrow. We motivate employees through our benefits, safety and talent development programs, and a shared mission to innovate a better future. Our goal is to create a safety first approach where safety comes first in all planning and activities, where employees take responsibility for their own safety, the safety of those around them, and the safety of the people using the products and services we deliver. Our Target Zero initiative helps employees to embrace a zero injuries mentality. To drive improvement we emphasize leadership engagement and ownership and employee engagement, which are driven through a variety of safety programs and initiatives.

We deliver a centralized and innovative approach to risk management­, comprising staff in environmental health and safety, insurance, claims, finance, and information technology; this group drives risk management strategies for the company. In addition, the department acts as a resource, partner, and advisor to all the business units while ensuring the development of successful and innovative programs. Such programs provide the controls to mitigate losses while also fully integrating risk management into the daily operations. We continually strive to improve communication and cultivate collaboration between security and safety disciplines and the business units, with the expectation of improving our ability to more successfully manage our risks.