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BME EMPLOYEES

Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2014

BME

Health Bulletin for employees

Health and safety training

The company ensures that its workforce receives the

appropriate training in health and safety matters. All

new employees attend an online training course on

workplace risk prevention.

In 2014, the Medical Service, in collaboration with the

Human Resources and Corporate Communications

departments, published editions 13, 14 and 15 of

their Health Newsletter on musculoskeletal problems

(affecting the back, neck, shoulder and upper extrem-

ities); advice on practising sport; and allergic reactions

and anaphylaxis, respectively. Along these lines, on 20

January BME’s Medical Service offered an hour-long

CPR course for newborns and children at the Las

Rozas and Plaza de la Lealtad centres, with 67 and 14

employees attending, respectively.

Lastly, the staff of the building security companies

engaged by BME meet all requirements laid down

in prevailing legislation for the provision of surveil-

lance, property and personal protection, and auxil-

iary services. Among other certifications, the compa-

nies hold ISO 14001:2004 issued by Quality Cert,

S.L., OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 9001:2008 issued

by LSQA, S.A., ISO9001:2008 from AENOR and ISO

9001:2008 and ISO/IEC 27001:2005 issued by LGAI

Technological Center, S.A. These subcontractors also

carry out refresher and retraining courses on occu-

pational health and safety, dealing with the public, fire

safety, emergencies and evacuation, first aid and use

of semi-automatic defibrillators, and explosives, as

well as courses on crowd control and public liability

and courses on personal accompaniment security

services as laid down in the resolutions of the Secre-

tary of State for Security.