There are several paths in the LOTOS Group that enable employees to report occupational hazards. Employees can use the OHS boxes located in buildings, an application for reporting hazardous situations on the intranet and a separate e-mail address. Hazardous situations reported by employees are eliminated on an ongoing basis, and when they require an in-depth analysis and appropriate human resources and financial expenditure, they are included in the so-called Plan for improvement of working conditions.
In the Strategy of the Grupa LOTOS for 2017–2022, one of the key strategic objectives is a Strong team, coherent CSR and safety as well as the Initiative — high safety culture, related to the safety area. This is an expression of the Management Board’s concern for the employees’ safe working conditions, but also an emphasis of the fact that safety at work is a priority and a value in itself. Such an approach allows employees to leave their workstations in a situation which, in their view, endangers their health or is likely to cause injuries. The provisions concerning the above-mentioned employee right are applied, inter alia, in Occupational risk assessment sheets at all workstations, in procedures for occupational safety trainings. Information on employee rights in this area is provided, inter alia, during initial trainings and periodic trainings for employees.