TIM’s Occupational Health and Safety Management System brings together processes and initiatives to ensure a safe work environment and promote employee health. These efforts are guided by the Company’s Health and Safety Policy, always seeking the best market practices and full compliance with the Regulatory Norms drawn up by the Ministry of Labor and Employment.
Health and safety risks are periodically reviewed and analyzed, in accordance with the Company’s internal procedure. At this point, the significance of each risk is assessed – frequency, probability, and severity – and the definition of control measures, whether collective or individual. These actions may include process adaptations, training and determination of protective equipment required for each activity, among other requirements.
Every month, the Internal Accident Prevention Commissions (CIPAs) meet to discuss issues related to accident prevention, unsafe conditions identified in inspections and suggestions for improving processes. These teams also strengthen communication and awareness initiatives on the subject, such as the Internal Accident Prevention Week (SIPAT). In 2021, SIPAT had actions aimed at employees, service providers and society in general, through lives with external experts and TIM professionals, broadcast on Youtube. In addition, internal communication channels are always used for the dissemination of information, helping to ensure that health and safety issues are always on the agenda.
For more information about TIM’s health and safety, please visit our ESG Report.