Work safety at EURAILSCOUT
We stand for safe working ‘24/7’: always working safely, always staying safe, always travelling safely. We take the safety of our own staff and those of our partner organisations, our visitors and the passers-by extremely seriously. We firmly believe that nothing we do is worth getting injured for. This is why health and safety are an integral part of the professional skills of our people and of the people with whom we work.
How do we deal with safety issues?
Safety is an integral part of our day-to-day work. We take responsibility for what we do and discuss safety (and lack of safety) openly with each other. We are open to feedback, which we subsequently deal with professionally and respectfully. Everyone always receives the instructions they need and is responsible for their own safety and for the safety of others. It’s very important to stay alert and to inform others of risky situations. This is why any employee can put down their tools if they believe that health and/or safety is being compromised.
We are always aware of the impact that changes can have. This is why we anticipate and respond to them. In this way, we ensure that we and others learn from our safety-related experiences. We share information in order to manage risks and to prevent incidents from happening again. We take a positive approach to health and safety that is based on ‘doing the right thing’. However, if safety regulations and rules are violated then we act incisively, deploying a ‘zero tolerance’ policy in this regard.
Safety for all
Safety goes further than just the safety of our own people. As a visitor, you have the right access, make the right preparations and wear the correct safety clothing.