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SustainCase: How HAESL ensures occupational health and safety

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Case study: How HAESL ensures occupational health and safety

As a maintenance organisation providing first-class aero engine and component repair services to airlines across the globe using Rolls-Royce engines, HAESL (Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Limited) regards employees as its most important asset and workplace health and safety as highly important, in all company operations.

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HAESL strives to provide first-rate engine repair and overhaul services to customers while protecting, at the same time, the physical wellbeing of employees, monitoring safety performance in all daily activities. In order to ensure

occupational health and safety HAESL took action to:
• implement safety policies and initiatives through the Occupational Safety & Health Work Group
• reduce accidents through the I Care I Report mechanism
• identify potential risks through the Senior Management Safety Walk
• provide safety training to employees
• identify, assess and manage workplace hazards through the Job Safety Analysis programme

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