High Tech Campus Eindhoven has a Company Assistance Service (BHV) organization with a clear mission and objective.
Mission emergency response organization
The setting up and continuation of an emergency response organization that is well trained, motivated and equipped for its task, complies with the occupational health and safety law obligations from Campus policy.
Objective of the emergency response organization
An organization that can respond immediately and adequately to a calamity / incident with the following objective:
The emergency response organization consists of a large number of employees who, in addition to their normal activities, perform an ancillary task such as, for example, Company Emergency Response Officer, Evacuation Leader, First Aid Officer, member of the cleanroom emergency team, Building coordinator, member of the campus crisis team.
The emergency response organization is described for each building in a Company Emergency Plan of the main occupant of that building. The building coordinator is responsible for communication with the emergency response team members in his / her building and with the emergency services.
The Security manager of the Campus, René Post, Rene.Post@Yask.nl is also the emergency response coordinator for HTCE, he is in contact with all building coordinators and coordinates refresher lessons, training, practice sessions and courses for all team members. Tel 06-11739014. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for changes regarding the annual schedule or the refresher lessons and / or request for emergency response training courses.
Campus Site Management is responsible for uniform emergency procedures on the Campus. There is an overarching Campus company emergency plan to be able to respond adequately to Campus-wide calamities and disasters that threaten the Campus from the outside (for example a major accident on the highway with hazardous substances).
BHV organization and responsibilities
Company Help Providers (emergency response officers) have the task of quickly securing an area by means of quickly and efficiently evacuate or provide assistance or life-saving actions. They must not take any risks that endanger themselves or others. In addition to these tasks, alerting is just as important than acting. In addition to these tasks, the emergency response team members are expected to have knowledge of the work area, the building where they work, after training.
Responsibility of emergency response officers
Responsibility Building coordinator BHV
Responsibility Head of BHV High Tech Campus Eindhoven
Insurance of emergency response officers
The emergency response team member who is employed by Philips or third parties, is covered by the world liability insurance of Philips. No separate insurance or indemnification certificate is required. Should something happen to the emergency response officer while performing his duties as emergency response officer, he / she is covered by Philips' Dutch accident insurance.
Liability of emergency response officers
For damage caused by an emergency response officer while performing his / her duties as an emergency response officer, will not be held liable for this unless there is serious negligence.