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be safer:
Vision Zero

Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our people, customers and the communities in which we operate. Vision Zero is our commitment to achieving:

ZERO fatalities

ZERO injuries

ZERO motor vehicle incidents

ZERO net environmental emissions

ZERO tolerance of unsafe behaviour and practices.

The focus on safety must be your top priority wherever you are. Whether it’s in the yard, in the office, in the workshop, in the warehouse, or on the road, we want you to be safe and we want you to speak up if you feel you’re not.

Through strong leadership we work together to find solutions to prevent injuries. Everyone has their role to play and that means always being accountable for your own safety and that of others.

We will not rest on our laurels until Vision Zero is achieved.

“We want everyone to go home safely.
We care about our people and we want to make sure we have many safe years working together.”

Mark Mazurek

CEO Linfox Logistics Australia and New Zealand

do

  • Visibly demonstrate your commitment to safety
  • Speak up. If you see something, say something – report all incidents, injuries, near misses and hazards
  • Comply with our legislative obligations and industry standards
  • Ask for help if you’re unsure
  • Take action when a safety risk or hazard is raised
  • Celebrate safety achievements and recognise great safety attitudes
  • Develop our people to work safely together
  • Consult others when making decisions or proposing changes in safety matters, and involve them in developing risk solutions
  • Support the safety of yourself and others by following procedures
  • Think differently and always work on generating new ideas to reduce exposure to harm and environmental impact
  • Stop any job if it feels unsafe, and undertake work only when you are fit, authorised and competent to do so

don't

  • Ignore anything that is unsafe
  • Knowingly ask someone to undertake an unsafe act or undertake an unsafe act yourself
  • Ignore a reported hazard, incident, near miss or safety risk
  • Disregard safety procedures, particularly regarding fit for duty and fatigue management requirements, in the hope nobody notices
  • Make decisions without consultation
  • Fail to complete relevant training for your role
  • Perform an activity unsafely; if you don’t know how, ASK

For more information speak to your manager or visit the Lintranet.