Chairman of the Association of Hydraulic Engineers
Working safely has nothing to do with hierarchy. You work on it together. As employer and employee
A safe working environment. Who bears the responsibility? Hendrik Postma has 40 years of experience in hydraulic engineering and is chairman of the Association of Hydraulic Engineering Companies."An employer should ensure that you work in a safe environment. And that you have the equipment to work safely. If you have all this, you can further work on a safe environment yourself, and point out safe behaviour to colleagues."
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