Employee and community safety

Employee and community safety

GAC has an overriding commitment to health and safety, with the aim of causing ‘Zero Harm’ to people, the communities in which it operates and the environment.

GAC has an overriding commitment to health and safety, with the aim of causing ‘Zero Harm’ to people, the communities in which it operates and the environment

In November 2015, GAC achieved the significant milestone of 3.4 million man-hours without a Lost Time Injury (LTI) under EGA, a major achievement in the field of construction, mining and infrastructure projects. 

The company’s health and safety approach focus on identifying and controlling hazards, reducing exposure to risks, and supporting the general health and wellbeing of all teams and contractors.

Summary

Proactive risk mitigation and hazard control is the best way to keep people and communities safe. The best way to avoid an accident is to prevent it from happening in the first place.