Inclusion + Wellbeing ensures our approach to safety is physical and psychological – addressing the unique risk factors in construction. It also promotes a culture where everyone is included no matter what role they play. Everyone has a voice and should feel empowered to speak up and ‘call it out’ if something doesn’t feel right or could be done differently.
We are delighted to have been awarded the Mental Health Matters award for our 5 Ways to Wellbeing campaign in Australia. The campaign is centred on a set of five evidence based health messages about the kinds of activities that people can do that are known to improve mental health and wellbeing.
Following an extensive review across the Australia hub we have made significant improvement to our Fatal and Severe Risk Standards. This review reflects the events that have occured over the past 12 months and has involved subject matter experts involved in the work activities from all areas including our supply chain and clients.
Places people at the centre of decision making empowering them to generate ideas and be solution focused
Looks at the health of the system overall and seeks to understand successful work as it is done
Freedom with the framework creates space for people to thrive and innovate whilst maintaining operational rigour in our high consequence risks
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The SMS is designed to promote continual improvement and to enable the
three key principles of Next Gear.
These are activities which are considered to have high consequences to our people if not managed appropriately
Provide a framework and approach to manage risk and innovation
Describe the processes that must be implemented in order to set up projects and sites for success
Processes that must be implemented in order to setup rail projects.
The EMS is designed to promote continual improvement and to
promote a life cycle approach.
These are activities which are considered to have high consequences to the environment if not managed appropriately
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