Safety, Health and Wellness
Ensuring the safety of our people is both a moral obligation and a strategic business imperative, and as such is a primary consideration in all our business activities. An increasing number of our businesses are delivering impressive safety results.
Fatal workplace incidents are unacceptable given their far-reaching impacts on families, communities and the Group. We remain committed to our short-term priority of preventing all fatal and serious incidents at our operations.
Our Health and Safety Framework provides guidance to our operations on delivering our health and safety commitment. Group-wide policies and standards set out the requirements and accountability for managing material health and safety risks within our operations. Each operating company has a health and safety improvement plan that prioritises these risks and reports their progress regularly.
The Zero Harm Through Effective Leadership programme remains our key initiative to develop a culture of safety in our operations.
For more information on our safety management approach, safety performance and developments during the year,
see our Sustainability Report.
Employee Health and Wellness
Murray & Roberts regards employee wellness as a business imperative given that employees that are not healthy are likely to suffer chronic illnesses or injuries that result in loss of productivity. We have mandated our operations to implement integrated health and wellness programmes that focus on prevention of work and non-work related diseases. During the year we continued with initiatives aimed at better understanding and managing our workplace health risks, improving the health and wellness knowledge and employees access to health and wellness support.
For more information on our safety management approach, safety performance and developments during the year, see our Sustainability Report.
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