Regional Prime South East team achieve two years without an LTI

30 October 2018
Amey employees in PPE, stood in front of an RAF aircraft.

A lost time incident (LTI) is a workplace accident that results in at least one full day away from work duties and we’re really pleased to mark a major milestone in our Regional Prime South East (RPSE) contract of achieving two years without an LTI.

Reaching this key landmark demonstrates the strong health and safety culture that exists within the business and recognises our staff and supply chain partners’ commitment to ensure that everyone goes home without harm, every day.

John Riley, Regional Director, RPSE, said: “Two years without an LTI equates to 7 million hours of safe working and is a truly remarkable achievement. The diligence and dedication of the entire team has been integral to reaching this significant safety milestone and they’ve made a huge contribution to Amey’s vision of achieving the goal of zero LTIs in our business by 2021.”

Peter Franklin, our HSEQ Director added: “John and his team are a shining example of how following robust safety processes and promoting awareness and continuous improvement has created a positive safety culture where everyone takes responsibility for safe working.”