Brewing RESULTS InDuts Electricity Detergents Steam Water Yeast Kieselauhr Malting barley. To packing department Malt washing Mashing Lautering Wort boiling Whirlpool Filtration Fermentation Hot trub (solids) Waste streams Malt grits Waste water Brewers grains Wort vapour Yeast Carbon dioxide Spent kieselguhr The production processes impact the environment in various ways: raw materials and consumables are required and these result in emissions, into the atmosphere and surface water and they generate solid waste. Other activities in the production chain also have an environmental impact, including raw material production and transport. All these activities also carry risks to safety and health. RISK INVENTORY AND EVALUATION A risk inventory and evaluation exercise was carried out at Bralima (Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo) in 2001, with the assistance of an international consultant. After analysing the risks in all departments of the brewery and ranking them by frequency and potential conse quences, the brewery formulated an action plan to address these. A total of 102 actions were identified, most of which were relatively easy to implement, for example through training and instruction, effective process management and revised procedures. 6.2 Safety (Europe) There were three fatalities at work among employees of our European production units in 2000 and 2001, two in traffic accidents and one in an accident involving a forklift truck. Nine Heineken employees became 100% disabled in 2001. The principal causes were hand, shoulder and ankle injuries and burns caused by chemicals. 27

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