Health and sustainability have become top priories for businesses across the globe, as their overwhelming interest in joining the ISSA’s Vision Zero campaign clearly demonstrates. Safety, health and wellbeing are increasingly becoming an integrated part of the organizational culture as businesses recognize that their success depends more than ever on people. During the session senior OSH managers will share valuable insights and practical experiences from the Vision Zero journey of their companies. Special focus will be given the critical role of the leadership and the empowerment and active involvement of all employees in developing a prevention culture based on Vision Zero. The session will also explore how the Vision Zero mind-set can be promoted and developed in all business activities and at all locations of a company, and how it can be cascaded to all business partners, including supplier (sub)contractors and where relevant customers. Finally, as the world of work is changing dramatically due to the emerging digital economy, the related risks and opportunities for safety, health and wellbeing at work and thus for implementing Vision Zero will be discussed, and practical solutions be presented.
In 2020, L’Oréal, as many other companies saw the value of its shares fall as Covid-19 traversed the world However, as many parts of the world eased lockdowns and entered their “new normal”, L’Oréal is recognized as one of the most successful companies to survive the pandemic and Malcolm believes this is because L’Oréal firmly puts its people and their health, safety and wellbeing in the centre.
Malcolm will discuss L’Oréal approach to people sustainability, putting people in the centre and extending their culture of caring beyond the gates of L’Oréal.
He will give an overview of the critical and central role of the global Occupational Health & Safety network as a strategic business partner and how the profession needs to evolve to be “future fit” so it is more flexible and adaptable to both business and society needs in our VUCA world.
Pirelli, a Pure Consumer Tyre Company, with a particular focus on the High Value tyre market. With 19 production plants in 12 countries and a commercial presence in over 160, Pirelli has around 30,500 employees.
Pirelli’s commitment to the creation of sustainable value that characterizes the Company’s responsible management and its economic, social and environmental performance has resulted in its inclusion in some of the world’s most prestigious sustainability stock market indices.
The success of Pirelli is based on its values and on people value. According to this approach Pirelli implemented and and is pursuing the Excellence in safety program where people, are the main actors on workplace safety management. In more than 10 years of program several actions allowed to improve the safety culture and consequently the performance. In this experience people remain the key: as addressee, actors and leaders.
Tsubaki Nakashima is a global Company producing a broad range of high-quality precision balls, rollers, ball screws and other mechanical parts, and it’s a known brand in the Medical Devices and Ceramic business.
The Company has an Integrated Corporate Governance System aiming to continue to grow as an environmentally responsible and ethically aware business, sustaining transparency and good governance, using the Vision Zero’s approach. We are committed to providing safe and healthy working conditions, responsibly respecting the environment, in compliance with the requirements, encouraging the active participation of Employees.
The people who work with us have understood that this is a challenge that will allow us to build our future, they know that destiny is in the hands of each person, made up of small things and small gestures; they know that we have to play our part as protagonists of change, simply because the company is made up of people.