Chevron TM | Clocking up 3 Million working hours without a riddor
Chevron Traffic Management has reached a significant milestone of achieving 3 million working hours without a RIDDOR.
This achievement by Chevron is a testament to the hard work, determination, and safety-first culture, which all of their workforce and supply chain have been instrumental in creating and maintaining.
What is a RIDDOR?
RIDDOR is the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013. These Regulations require employers, the self-employed and those in control of premises to report specified workplace incidents.25
CEO, Tim Cockayne commented:
“Our core value is ‘Safety is our Business’; we create safe working zones for contractors to improve and maintain the UK road network, safe routes for the public through roadworks, and the act of installing and removing traffic management is safety critical.
“Ensuring that everyone who works for Chevron gets home safely to their family and loved ones is our number one priority. I experienced first-hand when we lost a colleague eight years ago and the profound and devastating impact it had not only on his family and friends, but on his work colleagues and the motorist involved.
“Since then, we have strived to lead the industry in terms of safety standards and behaviours, and we have achieved numerous accolades and awards for the work we do to raise safety standards.
“This latest achievement is something that we are all proud of at Chevron and is testament to the dedication and professional behaviour of every employee and supply chain partner who represents us out on the UK road network.”
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