Attention to health, safety and environment is not just about being socially responsible, it also makes good business sense, reducing lost time due to accidents, improving morale and keeping the business clear of litigation. Striving for zero HSE incidents should be regarded as equally important as of any other key business objective. The most advanced companies are focusing on behavioural HSE where appropriate behaviour isn’t imposed its part of the way we do things.

The HSE cultural development curve chart displays the stages of improvement for creating a safe working environment.

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