Hughes and Salvidge Launch One Step Beyond

6th February 2017

Hughes and Salvidge are excited to launch our new internal initiative – One Step Beyond.

One Step Beyond is a ‘coal face’ initiative designed to capture Health, Safety and Environmental related experiences from sites throughout the Hughes and Salvidge Holdings group. Whilst we are proud to be at the forefront of Health and Safety in our industry, we strive to go that one step further. The initiative was designed on the back of the company ethos to further train, and educate individuals rather than punish when mistakes are made regarding Health and Safety practice.

One Step Beyond cards have been issued to all our offices and sites across the group and will be reviewed on a monthly basis by the Health and Safety department. Further incentives to participate in the initiative includes rewards such as shopping vouchers for team members.

The objectives of the initiative are:

  • To collect occupational experiences at the ‘coal face’ throughout the Hughes and Salvidge Holdings Group.
  • Share good practices across all companies within the Holdings.
  • Encourage and celebrate good working practice both individually and at company level.
  • Reward individuals when they go beyond what is expected of them and thus encourage a proactive Health, Safety and Environmentally aware culture.

The over-arching objective of the One Step Beyond scheme is not just to log incidents, but to learn from good and bad practices , sharing them right across the Hughes and Salvidge Group.

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