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Mercury launches ‘WorkSafe | HomeSafe’
We are delighted to launch our new safety message ‘WorkSafe | HomeSafe’ – a core component of our rebrand. The above image is the last thing our team see before they walk onto our project sites each day. The message to our staff before they start their day with full PPE in place complements the ongoing proactive and extensive collaboration and communication within our team.
At Mercury, we guarantee everyone’s safety provided they stick to our plan and consciously look after both themselves and their colleagues proactively and through ongoing engagement. This is where our ‘WorkSafe | HomeSafe’ originates from.
Our management team are committed to coaching and mentoring our colleagues. The rebranding of all of our safety gear and signs in multiple languages has provided another opportunity to further embed our key safety messages in all of our projects for our entire Mercury team.
Mercury recently announced that, on one our Netherlands Hyperscale Data Centre projects, with in excess of 350,000 project hours, we have had no Lost Time incidents. Mercury’s Life Science & Technology business unit has also enjoyed an exceptional start to the 2019 year with zero lost time incidents recorded for 333,220 project-hours worked on all active projects. We have also had multiple projects within our Enterprise Data Centre & Building Services business units run successfully with zero injuries. Our Fire Protection unit has also had a multi-year EHS performance without a single Lost Time Injury (LTI) or reportable injury.
We are dedicated to achieving the highest possible standards of Health & Safety. Safety is embedded in our DNA, it is the Mercury way – from design to construction, commissioning and handover – our safety processes ensure adequate coordination and communication to enable our projects to be constructed safely. Our team understand that by sticking to the safe coordinated plan we can guarantee that our team get home safely to their families at the end of every day.