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            Boeing

            Safety Guiding Principles

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            At Boeing, our goal for employee safety is as clear and simple as our workplace safety program’s name: Go for Zero – One Day at a Time. We aim to achieve this goal day by day by eliminating all workplace injuries and ensuring an environment where all employees go home in the same shape as when they came to work. Our Safety Guiding Principles outline the meaning of zero injuries and demonstrate Boeing’s commitment to driving safety for all employees, one day at a time.

            • We value human life and well-being above all else and take action accordingly.
            • All incidents, injuries and workplace illnesses are preventable.
            • We are personally accountable for our own and collectively responsible for each other's safety.
            • By committing to safety first, we advance our goals for quality, cost, and schedule

              Boeing's Safety Journey

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