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We have a responsibility to keep our employees and contractors safe. When we reinforced our journey towards zero accidents we created a whole new safety program unlike anything in our industry.
We have always focused on training our staff and making sure everyone follows standards, rules and guidelines. The big difference now is emotional engagement. Building a safety culture requires ownership and pride in committing to our ambition of zero injuries.
We create this engagement through ambitious safety leadership, employee and contractor engagement and competence building - all designed to convey our vision. We expect all employees and contractors to adhere to our safety principles (pdf, 0.1MB), as they are the cornerstone of our safety initiative.
Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) - measured per 1 million working hours - is an industry standard for fatalities, lost time injuries, cases restricted for work and cases of substitute work due to injury. By sharing our numbers, we want to be transparent in our journey towards zero injuries.
Here is the development in Yara of Total Recordable injuries and number of employees:
|Hours worked - Coworkers||29,016,687||30,124,668||31,110,514||31,484,932||31,422,601||33,818,462|
|Hours Worked - Contractors||18,050,823||20,749,776||27,953,021||33,662,155||25,396,816||22,809,579|