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What is HSE?

HSE – Heath, Safety, Environment – is a management system concerning:

  • occupational health and safety
  • balanced environmental management

HSE means:

  • protecting employees’ health
  • ensuring safe working conditions
  • caring about natural environment


HSE / OSH  iceberg model of costs

The ratio of financial outlays incurred in order to improve safety standards to hidden costs caused by accidents is 1 to 10. If we pay 10,000 zlotys for improving safety, we will avoid paying 100,000 zlotys for the result of an accident or a disaster.

HSE / OSH visible costs:

  • hiring health and safety inspectors (HSE Advisors)
  • staff safety training
  • buying personal protective equipment (PPE) and collective protection equipment
  • modernization of manufacturing processes
  • buying new (safe) machines and devices


Hidden HSE / OSH costs in case of an accident or disaster:

  • costs of procedures held after an accident
  • costs of compensation
  • costs connected with the loss of one’s property
  • costs connected with the loss of working time
  • costs connected with tarnishing company’s reputation
  • the lack of new orders when accidents at work are frequent

Health, Safety and Environment Management System is enriched by modern organizational and technological solutions. It is implemented in many branches of industry in order to improve the quality of products, services and working conditions.

SMART training includes HSE issues, which are inherent in improving safety and working conditions as well as in raising both employers and employees’ awareness.

Thanks to this, each company and each plant can create environmentally and employee friendly working conditions