Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 | Cushman & Wakefield
Recording and Reporting Hazards and Accidents Employees are required to report work-related hazards to their supervisor or site manager in accordance with regional policies and legislative requirements, which vary from region to region. Accidents are reported through an online reporting system, or in some cases, via phone or email. Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Health & Safety Policy outlines each individual’s responsibility for ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of themselves and others working around them. Under the policy, all workers are protected from reprisal when reporting incidents. This valuable employee feedback is leveraged to support the continuous improvement of our health and safety management system. Lessons learned are shared with all workers (including employees, contractors and relevant client personnel) through alerts.
Training and Education Cushman & Wakefield is committed to providing learning opportunities to all our employees who focus on our legislative obligations and those environments and tasks that have a higher level of risk. Under our Global Health & Safety Policy, operational managers are required to ensure their employees receive HSSE training that aligns with their job responsibilities. Our small markets are supported by a network of HSSE champions who receive assistance from regional HSSE teams to implement the global system, including HSSE training. We partner with online HSSE training providers around the world with the capacity to deliver content in local languages, selecting those whose course libraries contain relevant, up-to- date content and the capability to assign, deliver and track employee training. Employee training records are immediately accessible by Cushman & Wakefield managers and demonstrate compliance
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