At Nokia we have a deep commitment to the health and safety of our employees and those who work with us. The trainings available provide guidance on how we must operate to meet our standards and to ensure everyone goes home safely at the end of the day.
Going Home Safely Refresher Trainings
Nokia Health and Safety
The first in a series of sessions aimed to put COVID-19 into perspective with the more familiar Health and Safety challenges that we face. In order for everyone to go home safely we need to continue to follow our Life Saving Rules, ensure that the Nokia non-negotiable controls are in place and that we are considerate of the impact the pandemic is having on all of us in terms of how we think and behave.
Working at Height
The basics of Working at Height and Rigging and Lifting, concentrating on our focus areas that help to ensure that everyone goes home safely at the end of the day.
Life Saving Rules
A reminder of our Life Saving Rules and the zero-tolerance approach we have set out for them. This session also covers how we recognize and reward good behaviour as well the consequences for poor behaviour.
Underground Asset Avoidance & Street Works
The basics of Underground Assets and Street Works with an overview of some related incidents.
A refresher of our global Electrical Safety Standard and key focus areas which are important at all times when dealing with electrical systems. The session also explores what happens when we don’t follow the rules or try to cut corners.
This session takes a deeper look at the impact that fatigue, stress, workload and pressure have on our ability to do our jobs safely, and how the COVID-19 pandemic plays a part in that.
As a Nokia Supervisor you have a very important job and this training will help you to do that job well. On completion of this training course you will understand what is expected of you as a Nokia supervisor; understand why Nokia non-negotiables and the Life Saving Rules are so important and be given the tools and training to help you ensure that these are followed on site.
Making Tomorrow Safer
This course will help you understand why you need to consider your own safety and that of others in your daily work. To deliver innovative products and services for our customers there are things that some of our colleagues and suppliers must do, that if not managed places them at risk. This may not be something that you directly experience day to day, but it is an inherent part of our business, and decisions that you make may have an impact on other people that you don’t see.
Nokia Supplier Maturity Assessment (SMA)
The Supplier Maturity Assessment (SMA) is Nokia’s method of evaluating suppliers’ understanding of and capability to meet Nokia minimum expectations in relation to the management of high-risk activities. The SMA training materials will explain the controls that all suppliers need to have in place to meet Nokia minimum non-negotiable requirements and the scoring methodology used in the assessment.
Security and privacy awareness training for Nokia Suppliers
Security and Privacy matters relate to the daily tasks of everyone working for Nokia. This awareness training is for all medium and high-risk suppliers. All employees who are processing/handling/working with Nokia information are expected to follow best practices during information management and are recommended to follow personal and company guidelines covered in the training materials.