Our Enduring Values of safety, quality and integrity are integral to all we do as we design, build and service the highest-quality, safest products. Our goal for employee safety is as clear and simple as our workplace safety program's name: Go for Zero. We aim to eliminate all workplace injuries by promoting an environment in which all employees go home as safe as when they came to work. This includes a holistic approach to preventing injuries at work and at home.
We believe that every injury is preventable, and we commit to addressing all workplace hazards. We have used key standards to improve processes, implement engineering controls and make work safer. Over the past several years, we have mitigated more than 25,000 hazards and in 2018 received the Robert W. Campbell Award for integrating environmental, health and safety management with business operations as a cornerstone of corporate excellence.
But we know that safety improvement is a constant endeavor. We continue to identify gaps and measure progress using standard approaches, ensure our internal compliance requirements exceed those set by government regulations, inform employees when they are working in a high-hazard area, and educate them on steps to avoid injuries.
Each of us has the responsibility to ensure that safety and quality remain top priorities; we value human life and well-being above all else and take action accordingly. We continue to foster an open culture where our people are empowered and encouraged to speak up about any potential safety and quality concerns with the assurance that they will be taken seriously. From the beginning, safety has been Boeing's top priority, starting with the first Boeing Safety Council in 1917.