L’Oréal Brasil is awarded world leader in Health and Safety by RoSPA

Awarded by the Sir George Earle Trophy, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents' most relevant recognition, the Brazilian subsidiary competed with two thousand other organizations from more than 40 countries.

After winning in the Commercial and Best International Case categories, L'Oréal Brazil was elected world leader in Health and Safety by receiving the Sir George Earle Trophy, from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). This is one of the most important Health and Safety awards in the world and exemplifies the excellence of institutions in risk management and the continuous promotion of a culture of health and well-being inside and outside the workplace.

Among the initiatives that led L'Oréal to the highest rank in the institution are actions such as employee involvement in health and safety tools, the company's reaction plan to COVID-19, led by a multidisciplinary team; the Share & Care program, which takes care of the health, safety and well-being of employees beyond the workplace; and L'Oréal Brazil's Safe Driving program, responsible for managing the company's fleet.

“This award exemplifies one of L'Oréal's main values: people first. Our employees are at the center of our business and contribute every day to a safe and healthy environment inside and outside the workplace," says Marcelo Zimet, President of L'Oréal Brazil.

“The Brazilian team definitely went beyond expectations. We are very impressed with what L'Oréal Brasil has been doing to contribute to the well-being and safety of its employees, as well as what it has achieved under challenging circumstances. A well-deserved victory for our most prestigious trophy,” said Errol Taylor - CEO of RoSPA.

RoSPA Health & Safety Awards is one of the world's most prestigious and recognized awards in the Health & Safety sector, with nearly 2,500 entries covering some 2,000 organizations from 46 countries. Founded in 1916, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a British organization with a global presence that aims to save lives and prevent life-changing injuries as a result of accidents.

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