Vision Zero is not a goal. Vision Zero is a mindset. The Vision Zero concept is based on the overall belief that all work-related accidents and illnesses can be prevented. When everyone in the organisation or company thrives towards the same goal – zero accidents, deseases and harm at work – the process will entail the necessary learning and knowledge which is needed to establish a strong prevention culture. Being a Vision Zero Company means integrating occupational safety, health, and wellbeing in your overall business strategy.

Human House is a member of the global Vision Zero Community and we assist our customers in establishing a common Vision Zero mindset in their company culture.

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The first official Vision Zero Guide on Wellbeing

Human House is proud co-author of the first official, global Vision Zero Guide on mental wellbeing: How to create a healthy work environment and promote wellbeing at work with Vision Zero.

Risks arising from unhealthy psychosocial working conditions can be systematically managed like any other type of risk. The Vision Zero mindset offers a systematic approach to reach a higher prevention-level on wellbeing at workplaces. The guide helps you and your company to understand and improve your prevention level in relation to wellbeing.

Woman reading the official Vision Zero Guide on mental wellbeing

Safety, health and well-being on all levels

Building af strong prevention culture takes time. As an official Vision Zero partner organisation Human House offers strategic consulting on how to implement the Vision Zero mindset in your business while supporting and developing your everyday tasks and overall business strategy.

The roadmap towards Vision Zero is by the Vision Zero 7 Golden Rules that are based on successful and practical management concepts.

1. Take leadership – demonstrate commitment

2. Identify hazards – control risks

3. Define targets – develop programmes

4. Ensure a safe and healthy system –
be well-organised

5. Ensure safety and health in machines,
equipment and workplaces

6. Improve qualifications – develop competence

7. Invest in people – motivate by participation