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Safety

10 Safety Rules

Competence
Hoisting
Skill
Stop Reflex
Permits
LMRA
Work @ Height
PPE's
Dropping objects
Communication

Safety is our company's reference.
Everything we do has to be safe and in safety.

SAFETY FAQ

  • What does Force Mechanics do to ensure safety?

    We have the obligation toward our employees, environment and those who work with us to undertake any work in a healthy and safe way. We believe that any accident or incident can be prevented and try to take as many measures to reduce them by education, coaching and awareness trainings on a daily basis. 

    We are aware that this does not happen overnight, and continuously invest according to our 5 core values to sustain a safety culture. Every project is tackled with a standard project-based safety communication plan (e.g. Kick-off, start-work discussions, etc.), as communication is key in our sometimes harsh and difficult working environments. 

    We provide safety toolboxes, perform audits and learn from our daily activities and faults on a continuous basis. We oblige our self to always evolve in our way of working and determine a practical in-the-field ‘safety topic of the year’ in which we put a lot of focus and attention (Safety Topic 2016: Falling objects). 

  • Which in-the field safety topic will we tackle for 2017?

    In 2016 we intensively analysed and observed our way of working at different sites and multiple customers with different safety programmes. During 2017 we would further standardize and integrate the LRMA (Last Minute Risk Analysis), risk analysis and stop-reflex into a clear and transparent system for our employees able to use on any customers site.

Force Mechanics' Safety Sheet

Force Mechanics pays special attention to compliance with safety. We continuously benchmark ourselves against our peers and the industry as a whole in terms of safety figures and monitor and investigate the most important incidents and trends in the market. Download our safety sheet setting out the most important accidents in Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands a constant reminder for our safety awareness.

Download Safety Sheet
FORCE MECHANICS CERTIFICATION
Force Mechanics Certification

Force Mechanics is VCA-Petrochemical certified which is the highest standard of the VCA Checklist. VCA is a Belgian health, safety and environment certification. 

MEET OUR SAFETY OFFICER
Force Mechanics Certification

Wendy Van Hecke

E wvh@force-mechanics.be