Valuing people includes providing a safe and healthy work environment and creating a culture of safety that extends beyond the workplace, into our homes and communities. Safety is, and always will be, our primary focus and core value. We intend for each individual to arrive at the workplace and return home safely each day—without accident or injury. This is achievable when we all work together. It requires commitment from leadership and team members at every level to take ownership and responsibility for their safety and the safety of others.
Safety is always at the fore of our decision-making. We are committed to achieving world-class safety performance throughout all our businesses. This commitment is foundational and integral to our culture. Working as one team, we will achieve it.
Take Control of Safety
We are continually evaluating and expanding our safety programs by focusing on increased individual and team awareness, and potential hazard identification and removal, with a goal to eliminate potential injuries. This forward-looking approach to safety includes specific actions in three key areas:
Control safety for yourself—keeping safety top of mind.
Control safety for your team—being one another’s keeper; “See Something. Say Something. Do Something.”
Identification and elimination of hazardous exposures that could result in potentially significant life-altering injuries.
While each of our platforms performed better than industry benchmarks, we continually look for ways to refine and improve our safety programs to ensure a safe outcome for everyone. The leadership team and safety professionals located throughout our businesses are responsible for implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the programs. However, our success depends on the awareness and personal commitment of each of our team members. It is everyone’s responsibility to be committed to their own safety and to the safety of others.
1 Total Recordable Injury Rate is defined as OSHA recordable incidents x 200,000/hours worked and Lost Time Injury Rate is defined as OSHA days away from work cases x 200,000/hours worked.
2 Source 2020 U.S. DOL Bureau of Labor Statistics.