Fujitsu's transformational approach to global safety
Monday 14th May 2018
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International technology company, Fujitsu, have a clear philosophy for workforce safety; to have a culture that is intolerant of accidents, incidents and poor safety performance. The partnership with EEF is set to transform their approach to global safety.
With the most stringent laws globally as its baseline and ISO 45001 as the framework, the organisation will be united, legally compliant and establish global expectations, consistent standards, processes and procedures.
Covering global legal registers, cultural change programme, technology to support global health and safety insight the programme will set the bar for ISO 45001.
Health and safety departments understand the why we do and need good health and safety, as it gets everybody at work to go home in the same condition as they arrived. It makes good business sense as well, as the organisation is viewed as a safe company to work for.The what they need is easy as it is about everyone having the moral, legal and financial responsibility to carry out their work safely and in a healthy environment.
While most people at work possess the technical skills required for their role, many lack the softer ‘people’ skills to effectively engage with, influence and motivate others. By developing these interpersonal skills, they will be better placed to encourage safe and healthy behaviours among the workforce and help to drive up health and safety standards.
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Over 150 products on 15 certificates across the complete range of their above-the- neck PPE offering including their market leading EVO® Industrial Safety Helmet Range and Force™ Respirators will be manufactured in accordance with the new regulation from day one.JSP Ltd has ensured that it is in conformity with the latest European requirements at the earliest opportunity. The regulation has been brought in to help make sure that the user of PPE is better protected than ever before, using products which they can trust.
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