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Systematic approach to safety

Lindab has a zero accident vision for work-related injuries. We measure the progress with the key figure LTIF, ie the number of workplace accidents per million hours worked. In 2020, the number of accidents has decreased by more than 40 percent, which is an important step towards the vision.

Stina Nordström, Group Health and Safety Manager at Lindab

Why is the number of accidents decreasing?

A few years ago, we had a too high accident rate compared to the industry average and were far from our zero accident vision for work-related injuries. It was clear that something needed to be done. Since then, we have increased our focus on safety awareness, introduced more frequent reporting, more tools for analysis of activities at our units, and invested in safer production equipment. It has paid off. The accident rate for 2020 was 40 percent lower than the year before.

How has the covid-19 pandemic affected the work?

I would say that despite the pandemic, we have managed to keep a good focus and worked even more intensively with safety throughout Lindab. Although many have worked differently, from home for example, we have developed online working methods that have worked very well.





Investment for reduced energy consumption

Lindab has implemented our largest investment programme in our history. Lindab's ongoing investment program with short pay back times includes approximately 50 projects on Lindab's facilities in Europe. In 2020, we invested SEK 425 million.