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Health, safety and wellbeing are woven into WSPs culture

Health, safety and wellbeing are woven into WSP's culture

 April 28, 2022

By WSP valuing its people, which are its greatest asset, this means that good health, safety and wellbeing practices are woven into the fabric of its culture.

WSP Global Director of Health, Safety & Security, Renae Walter, says: "At WSP we strive to ensure that we make safety personal for our employees, as well as those affected by our activities – health, safety and wellbeing is a core value and our systems are designed to do all we can to deliver our zero harm vision."

A safe and healthy workplace

Making Safety Personal means that everyone is accountable for promoting a safe and healthy workplace for themselves and others potentially affected by the individual's activities. It also means that the leadership team of each region must minimize risks and ensure that the business and people comply with WSP health and safety requirements.

WSP's Global Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy, its Expectations for Health, Safety and Wellbeing Management and the 2021-2023 Roadmap provide the framework of its management approach towards achieving our Zero Harm Vision.

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