Sustainability Report 2012 - page 27

Safety on Site:
• Extensive training to raise HSE
Awareness and Hazard Identi-
• Specialized Construction
Safety lectures (Toolbox talks)
• Working at heights Safety
training sessions
• Utilizing creative Hazard
Awareness initiatives
• Developing comprehensive
Health & Safety Procedures (81
at the moment) for workforce
to follow accurately
• Using formal documented
processes such as “Permit to
Work (PTW)” and “Excavation
Permits” to control tasks with
high potential hazards
• Completing JSAs (Job Safety
Analysis)/Risk Assessments to
prevent accidents and com-
municating them effectively to
all Supervisors, Site Engineers,
and Foremen
• Conducting regular Health &
Safety Audits by specialists
• Proper site supervision,
especially during night shift
• Only trained personnel are au-
thorized to work on machinery.
• All personnel are obliged to
wear the hi-visibility vest and
other adequate PPE (Personal
Protection Equipment)
Road Safety:
• Implementing an effective
Fleet Safety management
• All project employees follow
diligently the Journey Manage-
ment Procedures
• Intensifying the training
programs on Journey Manage-
ment Procedures
• Performing a risk assessment
for all journeys exceeding 2
• Continuous review of the
selection criteria for our profes-
sional drivers
• Applicants for driver positions
are assessed on their driving
performance by Third Party
prior employment.
• Strict enforcement of penalties
to all driving violations on sites
• Using mobile phones while
driving is not permitted; the
vehicle is a “no phone” zone.
Hands-free systems are in-
stalled and used when needed.
• Investigating the application of
Defensive Driving course for all
drivers on projects
• Monitoring speed of Vehicles.
Occupational Health:
• Pre-Employment Medical
• Travel Health Advice including
area-specific vaccinations and
other prophylactic measures.
• Assessment of Fitness for work
and work restrictions (Post-Em-
ployment Medical Evaluation),
also includes Fitness/return to
work assessment.
• Drugs and Alcohol Testing
• Regular Occupational Health
and Hygiene Inspections
• Catering facilities to maintain
high standards of food safety
• Regular water testing
• First Aid Training to employees.
• Health Awareness initiatives in-
cluding discussions, campaigns
& seminars
• Established Corporate Health/
Medical Procedures
• Provision of Medical Ser-
vices to provide on-site health
screening, medical surveillance
services (Primary Medical Care)
& Medical Emergency Manage-
• A Corporate “Employee Well-
ness Program” is currently in
Due to our evolving health and safety targets, the CCC HSE Management Systemmeasures have been revised
and extended to cover three main categories:
Safety on Site - Road Safety - Occupational Health
Consolidated Contractors Group S.A.L. | Sustainability Report 2012
Severity Rate
Road Accidents
1...,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26 28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,...68
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