Our employees’ safety is a top priority

  • Improving the health and safety of the employees is a top priority for Danfoss.

    Using the direction set by the company strategy, Core & Clear, a project team used 2015 to develop and align efforts within health and safety across the global organization. The project builds on the “Safety on the Shop Floor” concept, which includes requirements for visitors to production areas, and employees on site, to wear personal safety protection gear. Another part of the concept is having health and safety as part of the daily routines in our production, as a result, health and safety is today a regular item on the agenda at shop floor meetings.

    In 2015, Danfoss recorded 127 Lost Time Injuries (LTI) resulting in at least one day’s absence in 2015. This is a reduction from 165 LTIs in 2014.
    The total accident rate was 3.4 in 2015, versus 4.4 in 2014. This significant improvement is a result of the “Safety on the Shop Floor” concept, which during 2015 was implemented in all Danfoss factories around the world.

    In 2015, Danfoss employees were absent for a total of 2,205 days, corresponding to an average absence of 17 days per LTI. This is an increase from 15 days per LRTI in 2014.

     

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