- Private: BRE Way
- Ethics and Principles
- Ethics Decision Tree
- Raising Issues of Concern
- Equal Opportunity
- Health, Safety & Wellbeing
- Responsible Sourcing
- Honesty and Integrity
- Bribery and Corruption
- Conflicts of Interest
- Data Protection and Information Security
- External Activities and Communications
- Financial Controls, Records and Reporting
- Gifts and Hospitality
- Media and Stakeholder Communications
- Open and Fair Competition
- Proper Use of Company Property and Resources
- Using Company Computer Systems
- Environmental Impact
Health and Safety Do’s and Don’ts
- Take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions that are likely to result in injury to yourself or the people that you work with.
- Follow BRE rules and observe any relevant health, safety and wellbeing requirements.
- Stop work immediately if you believe that what is being done is unsafe or may be detrimental to health.
- Report accidents/incidents and any imminent danger right away.
- Be proactive and report any other health, safety and wellbeing concerns or suggestions in a timely manner.
- Co-operate with management to help BRE further improve our health, safety and wellbeing culture.
- Do anything that may go against our established health, safety and wellbeing rules or relevant health, safety and wellbeing regulatory requirements.
- Engage in activities that may endanger the health, safety and wellbeing of people that you work with whether on-site or off-site.
- Jeopardise your mental and physical wellbeing or that of people you work with by, for example, imposing unreasonable deadlines or regularly demanding longer working hours.
If you are interested in making use of BRE’s exemplary Health and Safety experience in a systematic manner, have a look at the YellowJacket Online Health and Safety Management tool.