A Campus on Health, Safety and the Environment was held in Carlisle (UK) in March to encourage the use of the Behavioural Based Safety (BBS) method.
The campus involved all those who have a role, either directly or indirectly, in HSE, with the objective of developing a company culture oriented towards prevention and one which is also able to improve safety at work, leading to substantial improvements in business results by taking advantage of the best practices in use in the Group’s factories.
During the course, organised by Corporate HSE and HSE Tyre Europe with the support of HSE management in the UK, instructors, technicians and assistants learned to recognise and promote the activity that envisages safer conduct at work as a normal working method.
When faced with risky methods of work, the leaders explained the possible consequences of such repeated conduct over time and singled out the actions with which to modify them.
Technicians from the Carlisle, Milan and Slatina (Rumania) factories took part in the HSE Campus. The leader of the course was the HSE manager of the factory in Izmit, Turkey.