We are regularly recognised for our contributions to delivering high standards of health and safety and in 2017 received 16 awards in the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Occupational Health and Safety Awards, taking the company’s total RoSPA honours over the last decade to more than 240. Achievements in 2017 included:
Interserve uses both lagging and leading HSE key performance indicators, with the majority now being leading and proactive based as opposed to the traditional lagging, and reactive indicators.
Where lagging indicators are used; these tend to be normalised employee based rates such as Accident Incident Rate (AIR) and Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR). Interserve has set a continuous improvement target at least a 10% year on year reduction in both. Performance against these lagging metrics is monitored at Divisional and Executive level on a monthly basis.