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At Lyndon SGB, environmental health & safety (EHS) is our foremost value. It’s a basic right that we owe to our employees, customers and everyone we interact with. We strive to set a standard in our industry by continuously improving our safety performance.

Our absolute commitment to a safe work environment is at the heart of our operating system and our comprehensive and in-depth safety policies, systems and programs are designed to engage the entire workforce in the delivery of safe work on all our projects.

Five Pillars of Safety

Building a truly effective safety program is like building a sturdy home and begins with a stable foundation. At Lyndon SGB, we believe in five pillars of safety, our EHS Management Process & Systems, which are the solid base for our outstanding safety performance and culture and aid in helping us create strategic and effective safety initiatives company-wide.

  • BrandSafway’s Employee Intervention System (EIS) was developed to stop accidents before they happen.
  • The Supervisor Observation System (SOS) uses peer-to-peer observation and review to promote proactive ownership, accountability and positive leadership development at the supervisor level.
  • Management Safety Reviews (MSRs) help engage management to develop and promote safety leadership in the field.
  • Through inspection, interview and documentation review, action items are assigned and delegated to responsible parties and then tracked.
  • State-of-the-art, web-based Learning Management System for compliance, regulatory, craft and career path training
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EHS Management Process - 5 Pillars

Five Pillars of Safety

Building a truly effective safety program is like building a sturdy home and begins with a stable foundation. At Lyndon SGB, we believe in five pillars of safety, our EHS Management Process & Systems, which are the solid base for our outstanding safety performance and culture and aid in helping us create strategic and effective safety initiatives company-wide.

  • BrandSafway’s Employee Intervention System (EIS) was developed to stop accidents before they happen.
  • The Supervisor Observation System (SOS) uses peer-to-peer observation and review to promote proactive ownership, accountability and positive leadership development at the supervisor level.
  • Management Safety Reviews (MSRs) help engage management to develop and promote safety leadership in the field.
  • Through inspection, interview and documentation review, action items are assigned and delegated to responsible parties and then tracked.
  • State-of-the-art, web-based Learning Management System for compliance, regulatory, craft and career path training
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Our Safety Values

At Lyndon SGB, we all work hard to ensure our employees come home in the same or better shape every day and that no one gets hurt, ever. With this value as the focus of our industry-leading safety culture, coupled with our award-winning safety record, we have come to know that Lyndon SGB is more than a company with a great safety program, Lyndon SGB is a safe company.

Our safety communication plans include a comprehensive safety manual for managers and supervisors backed up with product user guides and safety notes, technical data sheets, a regular in-house safety magazine, web-based safety updates and a range of award winning films including “The cost of accidents” and “In the real world” which have been widely used throughout the construction industry.

 

Our core principles of health & safety

  • All injuries and occupational illnesses are preventable
  • All construction and operating exposures can be reasonably safeguarded
  • Safety is a line management responsibility
  • Working safely is an essential element of employee performance
  • Line management has a responsibility to train all employees to work safely
  • Safety adds value to customers, stockholders and employees

Learn more: www.brandsafway.com/who-we-are

Buy our DVD’s

BrandSafway have launched a series of hard hitting safety films that challenges each and every one of us to examine the effects that bad decisions and shortcuts can have on our own and others’ safety.

 

The Cost of Accidents

The first film in the series “The cost of accidents”, was originally produced as an internal safety aid, but has proven such a success that customers have requested hundreds of their own copies, with a percentage of proceeds received by BrandSafway being donated to charity. To add to the number of accolades the film has been receiving from the industry itself, this first film also won a prestigious gold award from the 2007 New York Film festival.

 

In the real world

“In the real world” is an everyday phrase that can have many different meanings. In this second film decisions are made that can affect safety and these decisions are influenced by real or imagined pressures of the job. In this case the phrase “in the real world” becomes an excuse for short-cuts, which is shown to have a devastating impact on safety and the impact of corporate manslaughter.

 

The films are available to purchase through our chosen retailer, CIP books by using the links found here.
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Langage-Energy-Centre-Alsthom

Buy our DVD’s

BrandSafway have launched a series of hard hitting safety films that challenges each and every one of us to examine the effects that bad decisions and shortcuts can have on our own and others’ safety.

 

The Cost of Accidents

The first film in the series “The cost of accidents”, was originally produced as an internal safety aid, but has proven such a success that customers have requested hundreds of their own copies, with a percentage of proceeds received by BrandSafway being donated to charity. To add to the number of accolades the film has been receiving from the industry itself, this first film also won a prestigious gold award from the 2007 New York Film festival.

 

In the real world

“In the real world” is an everyday phrase that can have many different meanings. In this second film decisions are made that can affect safety and these decisions are influenced by real or imagined pressures of the job. In this case the phrase “in the real world” becomes an excuse for short-cuts, which is shown to have a devastating impact on safety and the impact of corporate manslaughter.

 

The films are available to purchase through our chosen retailer, CIP books by using the links found here.