Lagging and leading indicators
The principal lagging indicator is the one day lost time accident per million hours worked (lost time accident rate or LTAR). Leading indicators are used to measure progress against each of our strategy areas.
|Area of strategy||Measures in percentage terms|
Skanska supervisors and managers who have completed Supervising IFE* training
supply chain senior managers who have completed an IFE orientation
supply chain supervisors who have completed Supervising IFE training
employees who have completed an IFE orientation
attendance at pre-task briefings
new starters who have completed an induction into Skanska’s health and safety management system
non-conformances and actions from audits closed within agreed timeframes
key supply chain with a current performance measurement
Skanska directors compliance with health and safety competence framework
Skanska managers compliance with health and safety competence framework
Skanska supervisors compliance with health and safety competence framework
Skanska operatives compliance with health and safety competence framework
|Health and wellbeing||
employees with health surveillance/assessment completed as per their risk category
* IFE refers to our Injury-Free Environment programme.
Headline leading measures performance for 2017
In 2016, we achieved the following performance against our key leading measures:
- 84 per cent of Skanska supervisors completed ‘Supervising IFE’ training
- 89 per cent of key supply chain partners completed on site performance checks
- 100 per cent of executive site safety visits were completed
Progress against our safer, healthier, happier vision
Safer – 752 near misses were reported in 2017, allowing us to take action and prevent injuries.
Healthier – we have a 13-strong occupational health team to support the health and wellbeing needs of our business.
Happier – we have over 200 trained mental health ambassadors to provide informal support to anyone needing to talk during times of stress and anxiety.