Every day is a Safety Day.

See hereunder some tips on organizing a safety day and the message of our Executive Board regarding Safety within Damen and the importance of making of Everyday a Safety Day.

Feel free to browse the GRIP website for the latest publication and our daily tips.

SAFETY DAY 2020

Take a moment to reflect on the events of the past year – the incidents, the near misses. Consider what you have learned from these things, what you can improve for the future.

Posters

Lead the way everyday

The poster emphasizes the importance to show a good example as a leader everyday.

Safety in every decision, everyday

The poster emphasizes the importance of decision made everyday.

Take the lead for safety

The poster emphasizes the importance of taking the lead.

Safety never takes a break

The poster says safety never takes a break, same as danger.

L-banners

Lead the way everyday

The L-banner emphasizes the importance to show a good example as a leader everyday.

Safety in every decision, everyday

The L-banner emphasizes the importance of decision made everyday.

Safety never takes a break

The L-banner says safety never takes a break, same as danger.

Take the lead for safety

The L-banner emphasizes the importance of taking the lead.

Stress at work introduction, hot topic, HSEQ

STRESS AT WORK

 

Safety Tips

The safety Big 5

Some of our daily activities are susceptible to have huge consequences, if anything get out of control, and reminding safety rules for those activities is always useful. For your convenience, we have bundled all information related to the 5 biggest risk within Damen. Feel free to download this material to use it on the safety day.

Working at height

Lifting

Work in Confined Spaces

Hot work

Hazardous materials

Looking for a wider topic?

Find hereunder a selection of topics that can be used to address general safety topics through the all organization. Those topics apply to all employees, in the office or on the shop floor.

Emergency situation

Emergency preparedness

Incident reporting

Manual handling

Housekeeping posters

Housekeeping (5S)

PPE