Continuously educate employees and staff via ongoing HSSE programs and industry recognized third party safety courses and certifications.
Everyone must take personal responsibility for safety in all our daily activities. Stop and check your work. Fix or report hazards and safety concerns. Tell your supervisor if you cannot do your work safely.
Be Risk Aware
There is no substitute for vigilant risk awareness. From the new employee to the most experienced, all workers must assess job tasks and activities for potential hazards.
The goal of ZeroHarm is achieved when all project stakeholders are involved. Thus, we seek to involve PPI employees and staff as well as our clients and vendors in our ZeroHarm leading actions.
Be a Communicator
We must share information that could make somebody’s job safer. This could be as simple as holding a “safety moment” at the start of a meeting, or conducting regular toolbox talks within your work teams.
All employees must embrace a reporting culture where all hazards, incidents, injuries and near misses are reported - no matter how minor.