Categories: Great Yarmouth, Liverpool, Manchester Ship Canal, News, Peel PortsPublished On: 08.07.2020297 words1.5 min read

Port Skills and Safety have recently announced their annual benchmarking results for 2019, ranking Peel Ports in first place for the lowest rate of significant injuries as measured by lost time incidents (LTIs)

The announcement follows a 90% reduction in LTIs over the past two years, thanks to the focussed and combined efforts of Peel Ports employees.

CEO, Mark Whitworth at Peel Ports said: “Our vision is to ensure that everyone goes home safely every day. In order for safety to remain front and centre, we cannot be complacent and instead must focus on constantly learning and growing, and providing opportunities for everyone to do the same.

“We must remember that we’re operating in potentially dangerous environments and it’s everyone’s individual responsibly to remain vigilant and engaged with the Group’s health and safety activities.

“No one can afford to be complacent. Port hazards are as significant today as they have always been. To control them, we must continue to invest heavily in planning each task carefully so that injuries don’t occur. We need to continue to promote a ‘brother’s keeper’ philosophy where everyone looks out for each other and we don’t hesitate to intervene if something is seen that may not be safe.”

Peel Ports vision of achieving zero lost time incidents was established in 2017, tasked the newly-appointed Group Health and Safety Director with setting the strategy to achieve this goal. The first Group Health and Safety Plan was launched that same year and today, Peel Ports is onto its fourth annual plan.

Since 2017, a wide range of projects and initiatives have been launched aimed at developing people, improving processes and using the right tools and equipment to ensure exemplary safety behaviours . . .

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