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Policy

It is Weyerhaeuser's policy to protect the health and well-being of employees and contractors through the prevention of injury and illness at work. This commitment is based on caring for our employees and aligns with our core safety value.

Expectations

We will:

  • Promote our Safety Vision to be a truly safe place to work.
  • Hold ourselves personally accountable for our safety and the safety of those who work around us, and intervene when an unsafe condition or behavior is observed.
  • Engage our employees to own and commit to safety and partner to execute our safety plans.
  • Diligently assess our work activities and take measures to address our risk, including eliminating, treating, or mitigating risks.
  • Operate within company safety expectations and hold others accountable.
  • Conduct regular audits to assess compliance with regulations and company requirements, resolving non-compliant findings within stipulated timeframes.
  • Evaluate and communicate the safety aspects of existing and new products, managing materials to assure compliance, control employee exposures and reduce potential liabilities.
  • Require contractors performing work on Weyerhaeuser property to comply with safety standards and facility, area or business specific safety requirements.
  • Safely operate vehicles by eliminating/minimizing distractions from mobile communication devices; all occupants us seat belts when operating mobile equipment or driving/riding on company business.

Procedures

Employees will:

  • Use a common Safety Toolkit to do the basics well and focus on our highest-risk areas.
  • Follow all laws and regulations related to occupational health and safety.
  • Participate in safety training relevant to their functions.
  • Follow relevant business and site-specific safety procedures.
  • Share best practices and key learnings.
  • Monitor and communicate relevant regulations and updates.
  • Report progress against this Policy in health & safety audits.

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