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76,500 colleagues, 80 million passengers. There's a lot going on at Britain's busiest airport. So take care and stay safe.

As we enter 2019 we’ll be continuing our focus on colleague safety, with the help of a few colleagues…

Real colleagues, real families

25 airport colleagues and their families teamed up to help bring the #worksafehomesafe message to life by sharing how, and why, they are staying safe. They want you to join them in creating a safer airport for colleagues, passengers and airport partners.

If we work safe, we’ll go home safe

Kids, friends or family - we've all got someone to stay safe for. That’s why we want everyone to be a part of the #worksafehomesafe campaign. Put simply, if we all work safe, follow the safety basics and look out for one another, we can all go home safely to our loved ones.

New year’s resolution: To join the #worksafehomesafe campaign

Be a part of the #worksafehomesafe campaign by making a safety pledge. Have a look at Harry Singh's safety pledge for some inspiration...

Harry Singh's safety pledge: This year I'm staying safe for my daughter. I'll take extra care at work, hold on to the handrail and watch out for my colleagues.

Share your safety pledge with us on twitter @yourheathrow or on Buzz and Yammer for Heathrow colleagues. Don't forget to use the hashtag.

Download our safety posters and share them with your Team Heathrow colleagues.
Heathrow colleagues and their families have helped create over 30 posters for Team Heathrow to use. Download them and share them with your teams.

We all have a part to play to keep ourselves and our colleagues safe.

"Ensuring we move around safely is the biggest opportunity we have to make our airport safer for all – whether it’s by following the speed limit, holding the handrail or simply noticing and caring for the safety of our colleagues and passengers. I want every colleague to go home safely to their loved ones."

Chris Garton, Heathrow Chief Operating Officer

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