Having the right systems in place allows PERMAcast to work with the state’s first tier contractors on the state’s largest projects.
Safety is one of the main cornerstones upon which the PERMAcast company was founded and which it has grown upon. The exponential growth that the company has experienced in recent years would not have been possible were it not for a well structured, conforming Safety Management System. Having the right systems in place allows PERMAcast to work with the states first tier contractors on the states largest projects such as Woodside Pluto, Chevron’s Gorgon & Wheatstone, and the State government’s Gateway WA, Elizabeth Quay, New Perth Stadium and SSWA Desalination Plant to name a few.
PERMAcast is committed to protecting the safety and health of all employees, contractors, visitors and the community alike and believe that all injuries, industry related diseases and incidents are preventable. PERMAcast recognises strong health, safety and environmental performance is vital for efficient operation of large scale precast facilities and our commitment to health and safety is paramount.
PERMAcast’s Safety & Health Management System model is based on OSHAS 18001 & ISO 14001.
PERMAcast employs dedicated safety representatives and enforces a Safety and Health Policy which is widely supported and enhanced by the entire PERMAcast team.
At PERMAcast we are proud that our safety performance is continually improving (see table) and we are consistently receiving complimentary comments from our major clients regarding our safety systems and initiatives.
|Period||LTI's||Man Hours||Avg. Workers||PERMAcast LTI Frequency Rate||Fatalities|
|Definitions Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR)
The frequency of injuries involving one or more lost workdays per million hours worked
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate – 3 Year rolling average
The average LTIFR for the last 3 years
The number of lost-time injuries per hour worked is always a very small number. Therefore, for ease of interpretation, a multiplier of 1 million is used and LTIFRs are reported as the number of lost-time injuries per million hours worked. This is calculated as follows:
( Number of lost time injuries in accounting period )
------------------------------------------------------------------- × 1 000 000
( Total hours worked in accounting period )
|2013 - 2014||0||154224.81||55||0.00||0|
|2014 - 2015||0||260501.42||125||0.00||0|
|Rolling Rate over 3 Years||0.6667||223778.60||7.7939||0|