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SAFER TOGETHER

BGIS prioritises the safety of our people, vendors, clients and the communities in which we operate, through living our core safety values together.

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SAFER TOGETHER

Our goal is to drive a culture of zero injuries, as a result of our activities and operational performance. BGIS’ 10 strategic safety objectives are designed to deliver on this goal. We will actively collaborate with all of our stakeholders to be safer together.

CORE SAFETY VALUES

CORE SAFETY VALUES

BGIS prioritises the safety of our people, vendors, clients and the communities in which we operate, through living our core safety values together.

  • Health and safety is a demonstrable business priority
  • Health and safety must be included when making decisions
  • The demands of a job are never too great to jeopardise safety
  • Every worker is accountable for safety performance
  • Worker involvement is essential
  • Regular training of employees to work competently and safely is essential
Safety Objectives

TEN STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

1. Continuous improvement
Safety activities and control measures are planned, monitored, and reviewed.
2. Skills and knowledge

Workers have the competence and awareness to perform duties safely and effectively.
3.
Hazard management
Workplace and operational hazards are identified and effectively managed through the BGIS risk management program.
4.
Supply chain
Goods, works and services are purchased, delivered and utilised safely.
5. Risk Management

Arrangements to effectively manage and mitigate the outcomes of incidents, injuries, inspections and audits are maintained.
6. Safety programs

Specific safety programs target high priority operational and workplace risks.
7. People engagement

Workers are consulted about health and safety.
8. Fit for work

Workers are fit and well to perform duties safely.
9. Incident management

Safety incidents are reported, investigated and suitable actions taken to mitigate outcomes and prevent recurrence.
10. Place and equipment

Safety activities and control measures are planned, monitored, and reviewedPremises, vehicles, plant and equipment are regularly maintained and safe to operate.
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BSI
BGIS is proud to be one of the first global companies to achieve the ISO 45001:2018 certifications for Canada, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. The discipline and rigour of the ISO approach helps our business by providing a global framework that guides us to improve employee safety and reduce workplace risks, as well as enabling innovative, safer working conditions all over the world.