Schréder - Sustainability Report 2022


Occupational health services Annual medical examination:

The committee meets at least once a quarter to discuss all relevant safety issues and agree on future actions. A suggestion box is also provided at the factories, so that any worker who wishes can report a risk situation or make a suggestion for improvement. Employee occupational health and safety training By law, all employees must receive appropriate and sufficient training from the company to carry out their work safely. A training plan is drawn up each year to cover any training that the HSE department deems necessary, based not only on legislation but also on a specific assessment of the jobs, machines or work processes that require it. The plan is monitored and its effectiveness evaluated in accordance with ISO 45001 . When appropriate, employees of subcontractors are also included in our training programmes.

outsourced with a labour prevention service. The results are sent directly to the employees to ensure confidentiality. Mutual service that provides medical care for injured workers, and covers the accident related leave instead of social security. Technical advice and training The Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) department regularly sends information campaigns to employees on safety and health issues. First aid room equipped with first aid kits and a defibrillator. Worker involvement, consultation, and communication on occupational health and safety Each of our ISO 45001 certified factories has a Health and Safety Committee. This body is responsible for consulting and representing workers on health and safety matters in the company and is kept informed of all actions taken, legal requirements and accidents that have occurred. It is made up of an equal number of worker representatives and company representatives. Worker representatives can be independent or trade union members.

8.8 - Protect labor rights and promote safe and secure working environments for all workers, including migrant workers, in particular women migrants, and those in precarious employment.


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