Zero Harm Culture
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Zero Harm Culture
Safety, it’s a mindset
Certified for ISO 9001, KTA 1401, DGRL and numerous other industry regulations and guidelines, all Siemens Field Service tasks and activities are performed to the highest environmental, health and safety (EHS) standards. Safeguarding employees and the environment at all times is an integral part of the Siemens Zero Harm culture.
Safety is not just a saying; it is a mindset
Commitment to safety:
Siemens drives a company-wide safety culture with training on human performance techniques to educate all employees. By use of peer checks, take-five cards, three-way communication and other techniques, our commitment to safety is both an individual and shared responsibility.
Over the past 5 years and approximately 28 million man hours, Siemens Energy has performed, on average, approximately 50% better than industry standards. Siemens has adopted a target of Zero Harm and trains all employees on Human Performance. Human Performance Kits are sent to every job and includes PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) necessary to maintain a Zero Harm outage.
Siemens is striving towards an accident-free culture with the use of:
Siemens strives for an accident-free outage by heavily investing in tooling
Siemens offers thousands of standard and specialty tools geared toward specific tasks. These tools increase efficiency, decrease outage time, reduce Non-Conformance Costs (NCC’s) and help ensure safe working methods.
Siemens Lost Time Incident Rate is steadily decreasing
The latest Siemens Energy OSHA lost time incident rate is around sixty-five percent lower than the industry national average. Our incident rates have been steadily declining due to implemented safety programs for all employees.