The safety and well-being of our employees is our highest priority. At Jupiter Bach safety always comes first and Jupiter Bach has a goal of making safe behavior a habit, not an act.
To support this goal and to promote safe behavior we are implementing 3 simple behavior rules:
“The safety and well-being of our employees is our highest priority at Jupiter Bach, and in our common journey towards a zero-based accident culture I’m convinced that the new safety statements will be a tremendous support of that ambition ” says Lars Rytter, COO.
Take a moment up front to ensure that your behavior and actions are safe. If not safe, rethink a safe solution. Never perform unsafe actions. If you cannot see a safe way, raise the issue to your supervisor or your health and safety lead.
Always take care of yourself, your colleagues and others around you. Make sure that your behavior and actions are safe for yourself and for everybody around you. “Taking care” gives you the right and the duty to respond and interfere when you see unsafe situations regardless if it’s caused by a colleague, a visitor, a manager or our CEO
Take away hazards:
Be proactive and remove any hazards you see to avoid unsafe situations. Injuries will always have a reason – it’s never bad luck. The reason might be a physical hazard, or a hazard caused by unsafe behaviors. To reduce the risk of injuries we urge you to be proactive and remove any hazards you observe
“If we all follow these simple rules, we have come a long way in our strive for a safe culture with zero accidents and workplaces where nobody gets hurt. This concerns all of us” Lone Stubberup states.
Global Director, BPM & QHSE
Read more about QHSE at Jupiter Bach here