RARE believes that commitment is the key to improving health and safety. From our CEO through to individual employees working on site, we are committed to motivating continuous enhancement in our health and safety management system. Across our project network of health and safety professionals, we are able to respond quickly to project demands and work closely with joint venture partners to make health and safety an intuitive part of our culture.

At RARE, we understand that nurturing a vigorous and receptive health and safety culture is a critical part of our responsibility to our employees, our clients and the communities in which we operate. We emphasize our strong culture of health and safety with a meticulous, embattled and responsive safety governance structure and management system. Supplementing our formal systems is a variety of cultural and behavioral initiatives to keep our focus on lead indicators as opposed to the traditional lag indicators. Our safety leadership index is one such initiative that constitutes our “balanced scorecard” and consists of three constructs namely; safety, leadership practices and operational indicators.

Our leaders encourage and support a philosophy of ‘safety as a value’ and empower our staff to report any incident that they believe safety is being compromised or risks exist that may create intolerable risk to peoples’ lives or wellbeing.

Through our health and safety management system, our goal is to:

  • Develop a safe and healthy work environment for everyone associated with RARE.
  • Provide practical tools and techniques for use in the assessment and consideration of occupational health and safety issues across all work we undertake
  • Provide expertise and resources to realize and uphold our health and safety policy.

Provide health and safety management processes to anyone working on an RARE project to assist in:

  • Preventing incidents
  • Implementing hazard reduction
  • Assessing, managing, controlling and reducing risk
  • Comprehensively managing injury and rehabilitation
  • Promoting health and continual improvement

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