Safety organization

Safety at Skanska is a line management responsibility, starting with the Group Leadership Team (GLT), involving business units, leadership teams and performance networks globally. The safety organization is purposed at meeting the commitments of the safety policy and reporting progress.

Safety in Skanska is a line management responsibility which has to ensure that they have adequate resources, organization, policy and procedures in place to meet the commitments of the safety policy and to monitor and report progress. To achieve this Skanska has put in place the following organizational structure.

Group Leadership Team

Ultimate responsibility for safety in Skanska lies with the Skanska Group Leadership Team (GLT). Skanska’s President appoints a member of the GLT to take the lead in safety issues and the Group Function Sustainability reports to the GLT Executive Vice President (EVP).

Business unit management team

Every business unit management team is responsible for ensuring that it has in place adequate safety resources, organization, systems and reporting.

Global Safety Leadership Team

This is a cross-functional team lead by the EVP responsible for safety and comprises of senior representatives, senior business unit managers and specialist support functions (Human Resources, Communications and Safety). The purpose of the group is to oversee the development and implementation of the global safety strategy.

National Safety Leadership teams

The National Safety Leadership teams are business unit based cross-functional teams with the responsibility to oversee the safety performance of the business unit.

Safety Performance Network (SPN)

The Safety Performance Network (SPN) is the expert group of leading safety specialists from all Skanska business units. It is the specialist advisor to GLT and the Global Safety Leadership Team. It meets twice yearly but forms a network of contacts that interact regularly through regional cluster groups, topic groups or joint or other learning/sharing opportunities.