CBRE Health and Safety

CBRE Health and Safety

CBRE is proud of the health and safety culture we have grown through years of commitment by our employees.

We continue to place a strong focus on our performance in health and safety outcomes and process improvements. Through acquisitions and organic business development, CBRE has significantly expanded its health and safety process and has grown the number of health and safety professionals globally. The consolidation of these talented professionals and the blending of combined program strengths and best practices produces a more capable network of health and safety support for the company and our clients and provides our employees with an even better and safer work environment and culture.

Learn more about our health and safety goals and accomplishments in our 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report.

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Workplace Workouts: Stepping Off the Corporate Treadmill, and Onto a Real One
At outdoor gear company Patagonia, employees have been known to cut out of work to go surfing. Another very well-known tech giant scatters its campus with athletics fields to keep people moving. And at health care provider Kaiser Permanente, workers can use a bike-share program to move about the company’s campus or clear their heads with a trail ride. In other words, if you’re looking...
May 15, 2017 8:05 AM ET
European Occupiers Turn Their Focus to Wellness and Technology
Occupiers’ real estate priorities are increasingly focused on introducing efficiency gains and enhancing workplace strategies in a quest to make space work smarter, according to the 2017 CBRE European Occupier Survey. Greater use of technology is seen as key enabler of these objectives. In recent years, major occupiers have looked to manage their cost base aggressively while remaining...
Apr 27, 2017 8:05 AM ET
Let There Be Light? Light Pollution’s Impact on the Built Environment
Few would argue that a little light to brighten the darkness is a good thing. How else, after all, are we supposed to get around once the sun goes down? Too much of this good thing can become a bad thing, however—namely, in the case of light pollution. Light pollution, the excess production of artificial light, is perhaps most commonly associated with reduced visibility of the night sky...
Mar 23, 2017 8:05 AM ET
CBRE Partners with Plan International on Ambitious Safer Cities Initiative
To celebrate International Women’s Day, CBRE is proud to announce an extension to its partnership with children’s charity, Plan International, to bring the charity’s ‘Safer Cities’ programme to Nairobi in Kenya. About Safer CitiesEvery year, over 20 million girls move to cities to find jobs and escape the abuse and early marriage often experienced in rural...
Mar 16, 2017 8:05 AM ET
Is Health the New Carbon?
Our built environment has a profound impact on our health, well-being, happiness and productivity. It can shape our habits and choices, regulate our sleep-wake cycle, drive us toward healthy and unhealthy choices, and passively influence our health through the quality of our surroundings. Health and wellbeing is described by experts as the next megatrend and is rapidly approaching, if...
Aug 10, 2016 8:40 AM ET

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