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Talc business lost-time injury frequency rate 2006 to 2010 (employees + contractors)
Safety: not just a priority - a core value
Our business involves operating earthmoving equipment and machinery; using explosives; working at heights and in confined spaces and other potential dangers. Because people are our most precious resource, compromising their safety is not an option. That's why at Imerys Talc, safety isn't just a priority, it is a core value underpinning everything we do. Ongoing investment in safety training and technology has helped us lower our injury rates to well below those of the mining industry in general. We continue to work towards our ultimate goal or zero injuries.
Taking responsibility for safety
Our safety performance places us among the best in the world, but statistics don't mean much when someone you care about suffers an injury. We believe employees should end their workday as healthy as they started it - in fact, we believe employees can achieve an injury-free career. To reach that goal, we rely on a wide range of tactics - from training employees to develop their own safety systems, to publishing predictive data as the basis for preventing accidents and improving practices.
Cultural change starts with education. For executives and managers, the lesson has evolved from directing, to leading by example. Supervisors and employees take responsibility for their own safety and are proactive in promoting safety among their colleagues. Developing communication and interpersonal skills is an integral part of the training program for all employees, as is an understanding of the human factors that affect safety.
All in all, our sustainable safety culture promotes bottom-up ownership of safety rather than top-down control; creates a focus on shared responsibility rather than external enforcement; and, ultimately, changes people's minds about safety.