Commitment & Application Break LTI Records

AE Smith offices around the country are beating their Lost Time Injury (LTI) records, notching up new benchmarks for safety

7 Jun 2013
 

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These good results shouldn’t mean we lose focus. We’ve all got to keep vigilant and find areas to improve to ensure the little things don’t get overlooked

“The past financial year has seen some great results, with many offices beating their previous best LTI statistics,” says National Safety Manager, Nick Daley.

But while these results are setting new records, Nick is keen to improve on levels of safety and ensure a totally injury free workplace:

“These good results shouldn’t mean we lose focus. We’ve all got to keep vigilant and find areas to improve to ensure the little things don’t get overlooked,” comments Nick.

Nick has particularly noted Gold Coast, Perth and Sydney Service for their results, along with South East Queensland (SEQ) and Tasmania Construction.

LTI Days Free:

Gold Coast Service – in excess of 800 days
Perth Service – in excess of 1200 days, previous best 899
SEQ Construction – in excess of 600 days, previous best 475
Sydney Service – in excess of 1600 days, previous best 351
Tasmania Construction – in excess of 600 days.