Wednesday February 19, 2020

NISO: Zero Harm culture up and running at Siemens

Siemens Limited, which employs around 250 people in Ireland, operates across four major market segments.

26th October, 2014
Members of the Siemens Zero Harm team with Mairéad McGuinness MEP, receiving their award for Overall Best New Entrant at the NISO Safety Awards.

Siemens Limited, which employs around 250 people in Ireland, operates across four major market segments: energy, healthcare, industry, and infrastructure and cities. The company was awarded the President’s Award for overall Best New Entrant at the recent NISO Safety Awards having spent the last three years implementing a behavioural based approach to safety called “Zero Harm”.

“The essence of Zero Harm culture is that ‘safe behaviour’ is determined not only by the...

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