In order to achieve the best category, the practices the company must have in place include a comprehensive procedure for reporting near misses and safety observations as well as a systematic investigation process for accidents.
- The safety situation of our own staff is excellent. With the exception of a few minor commuting accidents, we have worked safely without accidents, both in the office and in the field. We work collectively for the well-being and safety of our staff,' says HSE Manager Piia Häkkinen.
This year, occupational safety classifications were issued to 63 workplaces, 29 of which received the same classification as Caruna, i.e. Among the best in the world.
The Zero Accidents Forum is a voluntary network of workplaces that develops occupational safety and well-being. The network is united by the zero mindset. The network was founded in 2003 and currently has 440 member companies from 59 different industries in Finland. Caruna received its first classification in 2014, when the company joined the Forum.
Read more about Caruna's safety work on our website: https://www.caruna.fi/en/responsibility/we-aim-develop-culture-safety-throughout
Link to Nollis release on the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health website (in Finnish): https://www.nollis.fi/uutiset/menestyvillä-työpaikoilla-turvallisuus-on-osa-arkipäivää