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Protecting the safety, health and well-being of our employees, contractors and those around us is the core value of our business. We work in potentially hazardous environments so it’s important that everyone understands how to go about their jobs safely.


Our role is zero harm to anyone working for, or with, Lafarge Tarmac. Creating a consistent, proactive safety culture through engagement, training and behaviour change, will support us in achieving our goal. We are passionate that all tasks are done safely and through measurement and learning we can continuously improve our performance. Everyone working at Lafarge Tarmac is expected to work in a safe, responsible manner and to challenge unsafe behaviour.

100% of operational sites to have OHSAS 18001 certification by end 2015

100% of employees to have health screening according to potential level of exposure at least every 3 years

Reduce Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) and All Injury Frequency Rate (AIFR) by 20% each year from 2013 (this includes employees, contractors & hauliers)

70% of operational employees to be ‘first aid’ trained by end 2020


100% of sites to have independent cross-business safety and health audits every 3 years

100% of Lafarge Tarmac liveried fleet to have equipment in line with new nationally agreed standards to protect vulnerable road users by end 2015

No new cases of ill health arising due to current occupational activities and no progression of existing cases (noise induced hearing loss, hand-arm vibration syndrome, dermatitis and occupational lung disease)


Lafarge Tarmac Sustainabilty Strategy