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Which Aussie company has the worst safety record?

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HC Online | 14 Jul 2015, 10:13 AM Agree 0
The workplace safety policies and results of leading Australian companies have been placed under a microscope, with one well-known brand faring the worst.
  • David Broadhurst | 17 Aug 2015, 11:05 PM Agree 0
    What we should be focusing on which would be of more benefit to industry and the people who work at the frontline is looking to see how we can create and reward a transparent culture instead of a clean slate.
    One we can experience continual improvement from, the other drives issues underground, I will let you decide which creates which.
  • Safety Sam | 07 Jan 2016, 04:54 PM Agree 0
    LTIFR is such an empty measure. This report literally means nothing.
    We don't know what the reporting culture is at Metcash compared to Woolies, we don't know who included contractors in their man hours but not the LTIs of that employer (common practice in the construction industry - contract labour hours are included in man hours total but the LTI of say 'Skilled' for the year are not = double dipping).
    We can presume that the road accident which resulted in a fatality for Metcash was almost certainly beyond that organisations control....What were the root causes of any of these incidents? What were the corrective actions?

    Totally pointless waste of time and money.
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