At OSWS, safety is a core value that remains one of our top priorities.
We are committed to the safety of our employees, our contractors, and our local communities.
Our safety programmes are designed to reinforce the safety culture among all personnel.
The Management System Policy, as defined by the General management and implemented in all the companies that make up OSWS, considering all the policies of the FCC Group, has under its scope.
Established the guidelines of the Quality Management, Laboratory Test Competence, Innovation, Environmental, Energy, and Information Security Management. These guidelines are applied in all OSWS’s. areas of interest: Water Management and design and construction of water-related infrastructure. The Management System Policy serves as a procedure in ongoing operations, and as suggested improvements for new developments.
We operate on the principle that all incidents are preventable if everyone completes each task safely.
Our programs engage everyone by incorporating safety measures specifically tailored for each of three targeted groups: department heads and managers, supervisors, and field workforce. Leadership plays an important role in making our incident and injury-free workplace a reality.
Leaders participate directly in coaching sessions, safety discussions, and workshops focused on ensuring safe and secure operations.
On the other hand, A review of the corporate level management of Health and Safety at Work is conducted annually by FCC Group, General Management.
Safety is a OSWS core value that we have embedded in all our processes and programmes.
Over the past years, OSWS continuously improved our safety processes and programs, including introducing the Life-Saving Rules, continuous improvement in Process Safety, refreshing incident and injury-free in Action, enhancing Risk Management, and strengthening our Permit to Work system.
This success however was not achieved by these programs alone, but more importantly by the hard work, dedication, and constant focus on completing each task safely. One of the responsibilities of OSWS to undertake a Health and Safety Deficiency Recovery Review of all the operating facilities would be able to assume responsibility for all the health and safety aspects of the operation and maintenance process.
OSWS is highlights building capabilities and competencies in HSE policy, where it is mandatory to guarantee that all staff needs to be provided with the necessary training, information, and skills to work in a safe and secure environment.
Thus, to manage health and safety effectively and efficiently in their respective areas of responsibilities. Through that policy, a yearly health and safety training plan is designed -standardized by HSE plan- and approved by the superiors, budgeted, and implemented.
To apply processes, practices, or materials that prevent, reduce, or control pollution and its risk under a preventive approach, and to thus achieve improvements in OSWS’s environmental behavior and its consumption of resources, in its biodiversity management and energy and climatic performance.
OSWS’s standard focuses on identifying all the environmental aspects and impacts which are directly interacting with the environment by organization Services or products. For all the impacts identified, we arrive at a control or mitigation plan which makes sure that for all impacts OSWS defined the solution.
It is an important point in OSWS H&S policy not only to reduce accidents and occupational diseases but also to improve the welfare conditions of our workers in a continuous and sustained manner over time.
For OSWS, its workers are an asset that we must take care of, and thus the need to continuously improve the welfare conditions of our workers (personnel facilities, canteens, medical and health services) is clearly established in the company’s policies. What is more, we also focus on identifying other possible risks to the welfare of the workers and adapting working conditions (shifts, planning of activities, improvements of work equipment) to ensure a comprehensive improvement of the welfare of all our workers.
The term “wellbeing” covers several aspects of the way people feel about their lives, including their jobs, and their relationships with the people around them. Of course, a person’s wellbeing relates to their own character and home or social life along with their workplace, but research shows that employers can have an influence on an individual’s sense of wellbeing in the way they run a workplace.