Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 | Cushman & Wakefield

with prescribed training requirements. Cushman & Wakefield employees collectively completed 80,945 health and safety training courses in 2020. Employees in India completed 18,744 training courses in 2020. Usually training is conducted in person. In March 2020, to ensure safety, the India HSSE team pivoted their entire training program online and then as restrictions eased, reestablished in-person training incorporating physical distancing and smaller groups for the remainder of 2020. As a property manager of over 4.1 billion square feet globally, some common types of injuries that occur at work sites include superficial injuries, open wounds, dislocations, strains, sprains, and fractures primarily resulting from body stress, slips, trips and falls. Relevant safety statistics and industry bodies determined that construction work and building maintenance pose a risk of high-consequence injury. Our country-level health & risk of high- consequence injury is managed through a series of guidance documents on the control of high- risk hazards such as asbestos, confined spaces, electrical work and work at heights. Internal hazard auditing is in place to check compliance and make continuous improvements. No high-consequence injuries were reported in 2020. Injury Rates (403-9, 403-10)

Safety Awards

• U.S. and Canada: National Safety Council, 30 awards across properties and regions

• Singapore: 2020 bizSAFE Partner Award

• Singapore: Green Building Services Certificate • Bharuch: 2020 Global Safety Summit State Level Safety Award • Mumbai: 2020 Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) National Energy Management Award • Bangalore: 2020 Apex India Foundation Platinum Award for outstanding achievement in Occupational Health & Safety management


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