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AAL Occupational Health & Safety

We are pleased to announce that AAL's workplace injury rate (measured by lost time injury frequency rate) has been steadily declining since we began using this method three years ago. 

Of course our ultimate aim is for our workplace to be free of injuries, and we believe this could be achievable through both continuous improvement of safety practices and constant awareness by all employees of the safety of themselves and their colleagues. 

Our current focus is on creating an action plan for improving our safety practices in each branch, and therefore minimising the likelihood of injury at work. 

We want YOUR ideas on how we can assist you to carry out your role more safely. Together we can look at all the possible risks in carrying out your job, and eliminate these risks wherever possible, and where this is not possible we can work together to find solutions to reduce the likelihood of that risk occurring. 

Schedule a meeting with your supervisor to talk this through – all input is welcome.

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