IREP’s commitment to Health and Safety

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IREP’s aim is to be a world-leading facilities & asset management company, enabling the creation of spaces that benefit the portfolio, user, and environment alike. To realise this, it is fundamental that we promote a culture that advances the health and safety of all involved, as well as the protection of the environments in which we operate. 

We are deeply committed to this policy as it is both our statutory and moral duty. To this end, a total of 2281 online health, safety, and environment training courses were completed in 2021, alone. This was achieved by a total of 329 employees across the IREP portfolio. These courses include both technical skills (energy efficiency, sustainability, and work at height) and soft skills (team management, anti-harassment, team building, and COVID awareness).  

Our HSE team is an exceptional one. With over 80 years’ experience in the field combined, they blend understanding with cultural diversity & dynamism.

IREP monitors any accidents or near misses involving their employees & sub-contractors through our online incident management tool, ‘Safety Media’. All our HSE work is proving successful as, for 2021, we reported zero lost time for injury, and no fatal or major accidents involving any IREP employees. 

Furthermore, IREP has successfully completed fifteen ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems) and ISO 14001 (Environment Management Systems) audits across the Asia-Pacific, Middle East & African, North American, Latin American, and European markets, with 0 non-conformities. This accreditation is pivotal to our pursuit of international best-practice. 

An example of our work is the ‘IREP HSE Innovations & Improvements Forum’. This is a space that is dedicated toward the invention & refining of HSE ideas. Introduced as a pilot in India in 2021 — despite the challenging context of the COVID pandemic — it was highly successful, generating many cutting-edge ideas. For 2022, IREP HSE aims to expand the event involving all markets globally, further maximising our opportunity for optimisation.  


Joy Giles: Our Global Head of HSE 

Joy Giles is our Global Head of Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) and she has two decades of experience, working in a whole range of sectors including: telecommunications, airports, governmental authorities, and facilities management.  

She is recognised for her expertise, too. Joy is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (CMIOSH), and has a diploma in Health, Safety, and Environmental Management.  

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