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GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety 2018
health and safety
The occupational health and safety management system
covers all employees of Riwal Group at all current sites.
The objective of risk management is to manage risks to ensure
that Riwal’s risk exposure stays within the boundaries that it
considers to be acceptable.
A general RI&E (Risk Inventory & Evaluation) for each depot is
conducted (and reviewed regularly) to identify the risks in each
location in the area of safety, health and environment.
If necessary, a detailed job related RI&E is conducted.
The provision of the correct PPE is based on the RI&E (Risk
Inventory & Evaluation) and TRA (Task Risk Analysis). The correct PPE is available to all personnel and within the depot,
instruction manuals are clearly visible next to the specific working areas.
On a monthly basis, workplace Inspections are done using the
6S method - The safety rules are monitored during those inspections, such as the wearing of PPE’s and the inspection
status of used equipment and tools. Those safety walks are
conducted by trained employees to check and report on any
hazards in the office or workshop.
We use an external platform (Quentic) to report work-related
accidents and near misses and to analyse their recurrence. All
depot employees are trained by a local SHEQ Manager (to ensure clear understanding) and encouraged to report near misses.
We aim to empower our employees to act in a safe manner
and to care for their health and wellbeing. Training focuses on
LMRA (Last Minute Risk Analysis) to allow employees to identify risks and hazards in the workplace and to take measures
to eliminate risks or to make them acceptable. This tool stresses the importance of not starting with working when the risks
are not acceptable according to one’s own judgement.
All accidents, near misses, incidents and damages are to be
immediately reported to the supervisory personnel and SHEQ
Manager. Investigation to be carried out and reported back