OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
The occupational Health and Safety Policy is based on sound organizational principles for prevention and the sharing of best practices between entities. Setting up management systems and harnessing the skills of all AREVA specialists are two ways of working towards this objective.
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY: AN ABSOLUTE PRIORITY
AREVA implement the highest standards for occupational safety and aims to set an example in this field throughout the world. The occupational safety is one of the group’s top priorities.
Zero accident target shared across the group
Striving for zero lost-time injuries and aiming to ensure that AREVA activities have zero impact on the health and safety of group employees, subcontractors and local populations is a constant objective. The group has committed to strengthening its prevention actions to match the development of the group’s challenges and activities.
Beyond simple compliance with the applicable safety rules as a condition of employment, the engagement of each and every manager and employee is key for the successful deployment of the Health and Safety Policy.
GUARANTEEING THE HEALTH & SAFETY OF EMPLOYEES
AREVA is committed to building a culture of health and safety of the very highest level, involving all employees and all subcontractors working in its mining activities.
Risk prevention in line with best practices
AREVA pays special attention to the occupational health and safety of its employees and subcontractors and to the radiation protection due to the radioactive nature of uranium ore. Prevention measures and dedicated monitoring has been implemented in line with the best practices in filed.
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All activities in Mongolia are subject to radiation protection regulations. Analyses are carried out by independent laboratories and the results are regularly reported to the relevant authorities.
Employees are closely involved in prevention and improvement initiatives. The management team relies on the competence, professional integrity and accountability of each employee to detect any shortfalls so that preventive action can be taken in the areas of safety, occupational health and environmental protection.