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health and safety committee comprised of people across the company. Together, this team develops standards for the country. Once the general company-wide standards are met, regulatory requirements must be reviewed and complied with. Take lock-out/tag-out or energy isolation: We develop a standard and then present it to the team, Hall says. The committee reviews it to see how applicable it is in the different segments of the business and then ensures that all the regulatory requirements are met, at a minimum. When the standards are implemented, LafargeHolcim provides the knowledge and skills needed to adhere to them through a training program that validates its competency. The training vehicle we use is Convergence, a very robust video, Hall says. If employees will be engaged in certain activities, such as working at heights or handling, we put them through training for that and maintain training records. A minimum of eight hours of training is required per year, not including specialty training. If an employee doesnt pass the post-training test, he must continue to retake the test until passing it. It is important that the people we have trained not only have knowledge but know how to apply it in a working environment, Hall says. They need to have practical know-how, as well as the theoretical knowledge to be competent. Marty Tubbs At Rogers Group, Inc., safety is non-negotiable. Its core values unwavering integrity, excellence in every undertaking, and placing the highest value on people means that all employees, at every level, are held accountable for their actions, particularly when it comes to safety.