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La thématique :

Tertiary sector

EHS risk management in the tertiary sector must include not only workers and employees, but also the public and the companies involved.

Considering Company Activities and Their Impact

It is important to take into account the risks associated with the activities of the company and their impact on the people around them.

Ensuring Safety Standards for Responder Companies

For responder companies, such as suppliers and service providers, it is important to ensure that they meet safety standards and have the necessary skills and qualifications to perform their tasks safely.

Requiring Evidence of Safety Compliance from Contractors

Tertiary companies may require contractors to provide evidence of safety compliance before allowing them to carry out work.

Protecting the Public in EHS Risk Management

The public is also an important stakeholder in EHS risk management. Companies must ensure that their activities do not have a negative impact on the surrounding public.

Managing Risks to the Public

This may include risks such as toxic gas emissions, noise pollution, hazardous waste, etc. Companies in the tertiary sector can also communicate with the public to inform them of potential risks and the preventive measures put in place.

Involving Workers and Employees in EHS Risk Management

Finally, it is important that tertiary companies involve workers and employees in the management of EHS risks.

Training and Empowering Workers for Safety

Workers should be trained in safety and should be able to report any safety hazards or issues they encounter.

Anticipating the Effects of Climate Change

Here as elsewhere, it is high time to anticipate the effects of climate change and implement actions to become resilient! We can assist in the identification of risks and the implementation of corrective action plans, including in the management of the external companies involved.

Auteur :

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EHS

Hygiéniste du travail et de l’Environnement avec plus de 20 ans d’expérience dans le domaine, Daniel Schmidt est enregistré en tant qu’IPRP (Intervenant en Prévention des Risques Professionnels) auprès de la DREETS Grand-Est.

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