Our commitments include:
While the company sets the policy and procedures, it is the responsibility of every individual to promote a safe and healthy working environment.
To demonstrate our commitment to Health and Safety, BMT Group and many of our operating units hold the ISO45001:2018 Health and Safety Management Standard certification with locally accredited management systems. As part of our pledge to continual improvement, all operating units are encouraged to follow this lead and seek this certification.
We aim to integrate wellbeing into all work activities and practices, creating a positive environment compatible with promoting staff engagement, performance, and achievement.
Our global approach to wellbeing ensures this reaches every one of us.
Our critical pillars of employee wellbeing include:
“Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. Neither is talking about it” (Time to Talk)
We are committed to raising awareness of, talking about and improving mental health at BMT.
We are committed to providing employees at BMT with understanding and awareness of financial health. Financial worries can vary, from individuals struggling with debt or saving for a first home to planning for retirement. We encourage financial experts to talk to our teams, in addition, provide access to a range of materials that offer financial guidance.
Improving our physical health doesn’t just mean signing up for the gym. Understanding and improving our physical health is multifaceted, and we strive to share helpful information with our employees to improve their physical health.
We’re proud to be an equal opportunities employer and we’re dedicated to eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity across our entire workforce. That’s why we aim to recruit, retain and motivate the best possible talent from a broad range of society, and why we’re committed to being an inclusive place to work, where everyone is treated with respect and dignity and where their unique contributions are sought after and valued.
In compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, we are committed to social and environmental responsibility concerning slavery and human trafficking
We are committed to creating and maintaining a working environment that exemplifies integrity and accountability and adopts systems that support transparency in decision-making, good governance and ethical behaviour.