Wates family shareholders, our board of directors, and the executive committee, have signed up to a long-term Health & Safety strategy that aims to achieve a Zero Harm culture throughout Wates by 2020.
Our commitment is steadfast.
Our future success in growing a £2bn business relies on delivering quality projects, on time, on budget and above all, safely.
Safety is, and always will be, our number one priority; the safety and welfare of our people can never be taken for granted.
Everyone, regardless of job role, has an important part to play in executing our Zero Harm strategy; and we all have a responsibility to ensure the safety and welfare of our colleagues, our site operatives, and of the people within the communities in which we work.
By working together, looking out for one another and having the confidence to challenge behaviours, acting when we feel something doesn’t look or feel safe, we will achieve Zero Harm.