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OHSAS 18001:2007

Wozair Limited in the UK manages its operations in a responsible and ethical manner, with the aim of preventing injury or ill health to persons on its premises including, employees, subcontractors and the general public through continual management and minimisation of potential risks.  Wozair Limited is committed to implementing an effective Health and Safety Management System that meets the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007.

The Board of Directors at Wozair Limited have overall accountability  for the effectiveness of Occupational Health and Safety Management System and are committed to continual improvement. We monitor and measure our H&S performance and set objectives to improve our performance.

Wozair Limited will maintain compliance with applicable contractual and legal obligations and any other requirements to which it subscribes to that are relevant to our undertaking, to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all our employees, contractors, visitors and members of the public who may be affected.

Employees, contractors and visitor are required to comply with the requirements set out in this Policy. All employees are advised that it is an offence to recklessly or intentionally interfere with, or misuse, anything provided in furtherance of health and safety or welfare.

All persons on Wozair premises are required to go about their tasks in a manner that does not compromise their health or safety or that of anyone else around them. Should any person observe an unsafe act, he/she is required to report this directly to senior management.

Copies of this policy will be provided to all employees and contractors working on our premises at induction training and copies are always available at the place of work.

This Health & Safety policy is reviewed as a minimum on an annual basis, or more often if required and is available and applicable to all Wozair Limited employees, contractors working under Wozair control and to visitors to the premises.

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Health and Safety Statistics

The following assumptions have been made: - the average hours worked per day is 8 and the average number of working days per year is 220.
Total Hours WorkedNumber of Employees x 220 x 8
LTI (Lost Time Injury)An incident that results in non-attendance at work
MI (Minor Injury)An injury that has been recorded or advised but did not require medical treatment (but may have needed first aid)
MT (Medical Treatment)An incident that requires treatment from trained medical staff
LTIR (Lost Time Injury Rate)LTI x 200,000 / total hours worked
IR (Incident Rate)MT x 200,000 / total hours worked
LTIIR (Lost Time Injury Incidence Rate)LTI x 100 / number of employees
20122013201420152016
Number of employees96111141170180
Total Hours Worked168960195360248160299200316800
Fatalities00000
Recorded LTI01030
Recorded MT23450
Recorded Incident (includes MT) RI221321167
OHSA IR0.000.000.000.000.00
OHSA LTIR0.001.020.002.010.00
OHSA LTIIR0.000.900.001.760.00

Recorded Incidents (RI) 2012 - 2016

14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Cuts / Abrasion / Bruising - Hand / ArmCuts / Abrasion / Bruising - OtherDislocation / Sprain - ShoulderDislocation / Sprain - OtherEye InjuryBurnsBack InjuryOther Injury

Recorded Lost Time Incidents (LTI) 2012 - 2016

3 2 1 0
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Cuts / Abrasion / Bruising - Hand / ArmCuts / Abrasion / Bruising - OtherDislocation / Sprain - ShoulderDislocation / Sprain - OtherEye InjuryBurnsBack InjuryOther Injury
Health and Safety Statistics

Health and Safety Statistics