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Workplace Health & Safety
We are committed to fulfilling health and safety responsibilities by implementing and maintaining policies, procedures and practices to provide a healthy and safe place to work.
UGL will meet its commitment to health and safety by:
- Acknowledging our legislative requirements and ensuring compliance as the minimum acceptable standard.
- Holding all levels of management accountable for the health and safety of employees under their leadership.
- Providing information, training, instruction and supervision to our people to ensure they have the skills and competencies required for their roles.
- Carrying out thorough investigations of incidents or injuries whilst maintaining a fair and equitable claims management process for the rehabilitation of injured parties.
- Implementing an OHS risk management process for the control of workplace hazards.
- Developing consistent objectives and targets across the company aimed at the elimination of work-related injury and illness.
- Regularly reviewing the performance of, and continuously improving, the OHS Management System.
- Ensuring all contractual arrangements entered into for the supply of goods and services include provisions for compliance with health and safety requirements.
- Measuring and reporting health and safety performance on a regular basis.
Health & Wellbeing Programs
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Our Employee Assistance Program is a work‐based intervention program designed to enhance the emotional, mental and general psychological wellbeing of all employees and includes services for immediate family members. Similar programs are offered to other co-workers on a country-by-country basis, sometimes as part of medical insurance services.
The aim is to provide preventive and proactive interventions for the early detection, identification and/or resolution of both work and personal problems that may adversely affect performance and wellbeing. These problems and issues may include, but are not limited to, relationships, health, trauma, substance abuse, gambling and other addictions, financial problems, depression, anxiety disorders, and psychiatric disorders, communication problems, legal and coping with change.