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Did you know?

In 2015, SPIE reduced the accident frequency rate in Germany by over 30 percent.

ZERO RISK - SAFETY FIRST

 

Occupational safety at SPIE

The responsibility of each individual employee

Occupational safety, health and environmental protection (OSHEP) are always top priorities at SPIE. Each level within the company is made aware of these topics to establish a culture of attentiveness and care. Every employee – from trainees to managers – represents the SPIE safety standards, at the head office and at the customers' property.

This is because the topics of occupational safety, health and environmental protection are not just about adhering to legal standards but eliminating potential hazards to ensure that we do not jeopardize ourselves or others.

Health and safety code

Safety by design
The group has declared its fundamental principle “Zero Risk – No accidents at work, no environmental damage!” and developed responsible behaviour guidelines for all employees. The guidelines are adopted by all processes and employees at all levels are motivated to act responsibly.

Managers and employees are supported by the competence department for occupational safety, health and environmental protection (OSHEP). OSHEP bundles the safety expertise of persons from various specialist fields.

In consultation with the customer and the subcontractors, these experts at SPIE coordinate the occupational safety, health and environmental protection requirements regarding between all parties involved.

Investing in the future
To continuously promote awareness of these issues, all managers at
SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa GmbH attend a two-day training course. Occupational safety training courses for managers are conducted in cooperation with the German statutory accident insurance organization BG BAU. 

Did you know?

In 2015, SPIE reduced the accident frequency rate in Germany by over 30 percent.