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ESA aims to ensure that higher recycling rates are matched with high standards in health and safety. Since the launch of our Accident Reduction Charter in 2004 we have reduced injuries by 85%.
In 2020, ESA’s Board approved a revised ESA H&S Strategy and a new organisational H&S structure to help deliver the industry’s H&S strategic priorities and better equip ESA to embrace a more holistic approach towards improved H&S performance.
ESA Health & Safety Strategy
ESA and its Members will drive the highest standards in health and safety in our sector and will visibly lead the sector in eliminating accidents and ill health.
We have therefore adopted a new H&S Strategy which sets out our commitment to address a number of strategic priorities, covering the sector’s key areas of risk, including:
- Strategic performance monitoring
- Creating a risk assesment approach
- Improved H&S competence
- Waste collections
- Vehicle & pedestrian interface
- Occupational health monitoring
- Mental Health
Under each strategic priority a H&S working group has been established tasked with delivering relevant resources, guidance and outputs.
A summary of each working group and what it aims to achieve is available in the poster below