Safe and better ways of working

As an organisation, we have a responsibility to provide the physical, social, and psychological working conditions that enable our employees to live whole, healthy lives.  

Why is it important to provide a healthy, supportive workplace?


We believe that personal health and well-being are fundamental drivers for living a balanced life where people can realise their potential, in and outside of work. This includes providing the highest possible standards of safety and engaging with employees to enable a flexible, supportive working environment in which we can all thrive.  


The well-being of our colleagues is key to how we define success.

We take a holistic and preventive approach to employee well-being where mental, physical, and social health are prioritised equally.  

What are we doing?

  • We actively pursue best practices and incorporate safety into all decisions and actions across the business, both in our offices and at operational sites.
  • We train and support leaders in safety measures and science-based stress prevention and use data, research, and our annual employee engagement survey to develop initiatives. 
  • We offer employees access to well-being services, including when working from home. 

How are we doing?  

We measure performance on injury rate, stress, and employee satisfaction. Read more below about the actions we’re taking to improve our results.  

Total recordable injury rate (TRIR) per million hours worked 

Employee satisfaction in top 10% compared to external benchmark group (index 0-100) 

Latest updates from 2023  

  • We committed to preserving our robust health and safety record through continuing efforts such as safety trainings, internal audits, inspections, personal risk dialogues, and emergency drills.

  • We launched a series of psychological safety workshops which provide practical techniques for nurturing psychological safety.

  • We launched a Fitness & Health for Frontliners project to enhance the physical well-being of our staff, improve their performance, and address musculoskeletal issues. It features fitness testing, facility upgrades, and personalised exercise programs.

What’s next?

We’ll develop further resources and services to care for our colleagues’ health and well-being. This includes a focus on stress prevention through leadership training and providing internal and external resources to employees.

We’ll continue to explore new ways of working so our colleagues can live fulfilling lives at work and outside of work, such as more flexible working, employee benefits, rethinking the typical work week, and improving office facilities.

Key information 


  • We work with universities on safety standard research. 
  • We’ve partnered with Mind Gym to deliver stress management courses. 

International frameworks 

  • WHO Healthy workplaces: A model for action 
  • ISO 4500

  • ISO 14001

  • ISO 45001


Accountability lies with our Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Operating Officer. 



 These efforts contribute towards the following Sustainable Development Goals: 

Our sustainability efforts

Thriving communities

We want communities around our renewable energy assets to play a part in shaping the green energy transition and to share in the benefits it can generate.