O Targets Heineken Health Management System CHAPTER 4.1 Health Heineken's health policy is primarily concerned with medical assistance for employees and the treatment of accident-related injuries. Heineken also takes its own initiatives and supports those of other agencies in the area of preventive and therapeutic health care in countries where the public health services are inadequate. On the African continent, for example, we have taken initiatives to provide medication for HIV-positive employees and their immediate families. We also regard it as an important task to evaluate and, as far as possible, manage factors in the working environment, which may jeopardise the health of our employees. Work-related accidents are recorded in a central database for analysis. We have also made a start with the introduction of the Heineken Health Management System. Its purpose is to link the recording and inventory of situations, which are harm ful to health directly to training and provision of information on accident prevention. The object of our information and training efforts is to influence employees' behaviour in order to avoid unsafe and unhealthy working situations. In this way a process of continuous improvement can be sustained. Hazard Inventory Recording Risk Control Continous Health Improvement Programme (CHIP) Inspection Audit Review Information Training

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