2020 was the fourth year of our behavioral safety program, Journey to Zero Harm (JTZH) and we successfully completed phase two of roll out to all non-manufacturing employees. In total just over 1,900 employees have been trained in the program.
Key elements of the program are the use of 60-second checks and management interactions. 60-second checks are personal risk assessments that encourage employees to look proactively for any potential health and safety risks immediately before they start an activity. The number of 60-second checks completed in 2020 increased 12% to 105,421. Management interactions are used to demonstrate the company’s leadership commitment to safety. In 2020, our management teams conducted 8,661 interactions, an increase of 10%. This demonstrates that the JTZH proactive health and safety approach is becoming embedded in our everyday operations and routines.