Fleet Size: 1,870+

Staff: 5,200+

Key Outcomes:

  • Developing a strong safety culture requires the integration of clearly expressed safety standards, objectives, and responsibilities into every area of the business and its operations
  • Culture is created and sustained by the beliefs and values of an organisation – shared by leadership and its staff – and sets the environment employees operate in
  • Senior leadership and a network of safety professionals is essential in driving safety improvements and ensuring safety is a continual topic of conversation
  • Safety campaigns that frame safety as a personal concern for all individuals help to engage staff and instil a shared sense of responsibility
  • Rewarding individual contributions to safety promotes safe work practices and encourages staff to actively recognise safety excellence among peers
  • A healthy safety culture benefits the organisation, its staff, customers and clients and contributes to
    an improved safety record and improved business performance