A major distributor of tyres and wheels wanted to improve its safety performance (lost time accidents and OSHA recorded incidents) by reducing the number of accidents occurring in the loading, unloading, and shipping of tyres and other equipment. In 2001 a points-based safety awards program that could be redeemed for all kinds of lifestyle awards was initially introduced for the company’s 1,100 warehouse and delivery employees on the East Coast of the USA. By the end of the first quarter the ...

BPIR Categories

9.6.5 Manage workplace cleanliness, health & safety
9.5.5 Manage reward & recognition programs
9.10.2 Analyse the impact of rewards/training/well-being
15.4.6 Work environment, health, safety, ergonomics

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