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Mr Jon Baker,
Group Head of Health and Safety, Coca-Cola Amatil

Mr Jon Baker
We joined Vision Zero as it is aligned with the Amatil approach to safety with its focus on leadership and worker engagement, hazard and risk management. We see Vision Zero as a positive catalyst for change and believe that through our participation we can share, learn and move closer to the Amatil vision of zero workplace injuries and illnesses.

Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) is one of the largest bottlers and distributors of alcoholic and non-alcoholic ready-to-drink beverages in the Asia-Pacific region and one of the world's larger bottlers of The Coca-Cola Company.
Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) operates in six countries – Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji and Samoa and has a proud history as a local manufacturer, with a focus on food and beverage products, pushing boundaries, blazing trails and creating possibilities, for more than 100 years.
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Mr Denis Charles Kouassi,
Director General, Social Insurance Institute - National Social Insurance Fund, Côte d’Ivoire

Mr Denis Charles Kouassi, Director General, Social Insurance Institute - National Social Insurance Fund, Côte d’Ivoire
“I salute the Vision Zero campaign, which proposes concrete, adaptable and flexible solutions. The question of reducing professional risks through an ambitious prevention policy that takes into account the wellbeing of workers must be approached through the development strategy of each institution and company. Management must engage but success can only be guaranteed through the involvement of all workers. On this point, Vision Zero comes to accompany the social security institutions in their prevention strategy.”

The National Social Insurance Fund (CNPS) of Côte d’Ivoire manages the obligatory social insurance scheme of the private and related sectors. It is also involved in the field of health and social action. The CNPS employs 1300 people across the country. Over 36,000 employers with more than 780,000 employees are covered.
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Ms Tina Kierbyholm,
Health and Safety Coordinator in Product Supply, Novo Nordisk

Ms Tina Kierbyholm, Health and Safety Coordinator in Product Supply, Novo Nordisk
“We like Vision Zero because it addresses Health and Safety holistically and involves the employees in a new and engaging way. Vision Zero is a process where no harm due to work throughout the entire working life is a leading star and not a KPI.”

Product Supply is the production division in Novo Nordisk A/S with ~14.700 employees worldwide. Product Supply is responsible for the supply of all marketed and phase III development products within the treatments of Diabetes, Haemophilia, Growth disorders, Obesity and Menopause.
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Mr Lars Hoffmann,
Head of Safety at Siemens

Mr Lars Hoffmann, Head of Safety at Siemens
“Everyone should be able to rely on a safe working environment at all times so that they can return to their family and friends healthy and safe. Caring for people and the environment is a commitment that goes beyond profit. Siemens takes this social responsibility for occupational health and safety very seriously. Vision Zero starts with those who hold responsibility, but it can only become a living culture if everyone contributes.”

Siemens is a global powerhouse positioned along the electrification value chain – from power generation, transmission and distribution to smart grid solutions and the efficient application of electrical energy – as well as in the areas of medical imaging and laboratory diagnostics. Siemens has around 377,000 employees in more than 200 countries/regions.
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Mr Hans-Horst Konkolewsky,
ISSA Secretary-General

Mr. Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, ISSA Secretary-General
“While it is important to further reduce accident risks we strongly believe that in todays’ complex and demanding world of work companies need to focus more on health risks including those that negatively influence people’s wellbeing. A workplace without accidents, diseases and harm is only possible if both the safety, health and wellbeing of people is properly looked after”.