We act in a safe, responsible and sustainable way to protect every individual and community we impact – Lovell employees, subcontractors, residents, local schools and future generations.
We invest in ongoing and comprehensive training for our employees, both on site and in our offices. This allows us to respond quickly to changes in legislation and new working practices, and their implications for health and safety.
We work closely with our contractors to ensure they meet our high standards, and carry out regular site visits to keep an eye on site safety and identify any potential issues before an incident happens.
Long-term community safety is built into all our projects at the design stage. During construction, we make every Lovell site as safe as possible and back that up by explaining site dangers to local people. Our PAVES (People and Vehicles Effectively Segregated) traffic management system helps keeps pedestrians safe from moving vehicles and plant on our sites.
Our health and safety managers also go into schools to talk to children about our work and the importance of staying safe on construction sites.