When it comes to occupational safety and health protection, we focus on prevention and training. Our internal specialists for fire protection, occupational safety and health protection continuously plan, implement and monitor measures.
The health of our employees is important to us. That's why we offer them health promotion and prevention programs. These include, for example, health days or ergonomic workplace design. With all these measures, we aim to keep our workplace accidents as low as possible.
Mission Zero has been set - and yet accidents still happen. That's why we place particular emphasis on rapid first aid. We are proud that one in ten of our employees is trained as a first aider.
We use the Lost Time Injury Rate (LTIR) to compare accident occurrences at our sites. This enables us to map the accident frequency - taking into account the different shift systems.
In addition to the Lost Time Injury Rate (LTIR), in the future we will also use the Severity Rate (SR), which takes into account the severity of injuries, to expand the view of accident occurrence.
By including these metrics we obtain a more comprehensive picture of the accident situation at our sites and can take targeted measures to improve occupational safety. Our primary goal is to reduce the severity of accidents and ensure a safe working environment for our employees.