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As an organization dedicated to construction project management in the HL GROUP, we are committed to generating sustainable value for our company and:

  • To our Clients, ensuring compliance with scope, schedule, and quality standards.
  • To our workers, ensuring development, fair conditions, a safe working environment, and culture.
  • To the community, ensuring improvement in economic conditions and minimizing environmental impact.

We base our commitment on transparency, compliance with legal requirements and others, risk and impact management, establishment and control of HSEQ programs and standards, selection of business partners aligned with our policy, allocation of adequate resources for compliance, and innovation in processes.


The company has a certified Occupational Health and Safety Management System.



The HL GROUP has defined the following HSE Golden Rules, which are mandatory for all workers:

  1. All work must be planned, using appropriate equipment and tools, identifying HSE hazards, and determining their controls.
  2. Zero tolerance for alcohol and psychoactive drugs; under no circumstances shall work be conducted under the influence of such substances.
  3. Every worker must be trained in the tasks to be performed; collaborators must be competent in the assigned work.
  4. In all work involving exposure to hazardous energy, the LO-TO protocol must be applied.
  5. The execution of high-risk tasks must be performed according to safe work procedures, with prior authorization from the area supervisor.
  6. Use of vehicles and heavy equipment is limited to certified and authorized individuals.
  7. All workers must report identified unsafe conditions and behaviors.
  8. All activities must be carried out under conditions of order and cleanliness.
  9. Proper use of personal protective equipment appropriate for each task is a mandatory requirement.
  10. Emergency protocols must be known before commencing any work.



Behavior observations are a process aimed at increasing safe behaviors and fostering self-awareness in workers to promote safety.

To achieve this, the process involves planning, observing, intervening, and recording observed behaviors. Constant feedback is provided to the observed population and the organization as a whole. Simultaneously, external factors within the organization that may influence the occurrence or absence of behaviors are addressed.

This activity is carried out by the project staff.



The conditions reporting program is undergoing a transition process, moving from “Report and Contribute” to “Stop and Secure,” aiming to enhance the program for improved reporting quality.

Direct labor workers, such as helpers, craftsmen, welders, among others, will report any unsafe conditions they identify in any project area and record them in the program’s format.

Workers will receive incentives for a certain number of reports, and additionally, the highest reporter will receive a monthly prize.


It is a knowledge transmission methodology that places the individual at the center to foster the internalization of good occupational safety practices and a cultural shift within the HL Group.

Through this tool, the aim is to humanize the learning processes of workers so they can carry out their work with quality, safety, and effectiveness.

How to make the knowledge transmission process human

How does it work?
The methodology is led by the HSE staff and employs various tools for application; however, it always begins with planning strategies.
The topic to be addressed is defined, and the most suitable tool to use is selected.



Establish the parameters under which sanctions are imposed for non-compliance with industrial safety regulations, considering what is established in the internal work regulations and the safe work procedures implemented by the company.

Each employee of the company will be issued a Safety Passport, which will be requested in the event of any HSE violation.



Tool for tracking, controlling, and supporting HSE management carried out in different workplaces, aiming to establish effective communication channels between the company’s top management and the programs implemented in each project.

This visit is conducted by the company’s president and/or a vice president, along with the HSE Management.

What is it like?
The meeting will be led by the Project Manager, who will begin with a safety moment, followed by a presentation of the project’s impactful HSE indicators and HSE management indicators. Subsequently, a field visit is conducted, involving a general inspection of the project. Observations are recorded in the meeting minutes.