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Ohorongo achieves 365 LDI free

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On close of business 4 March, Ohorongo Cement achieved 365 days Lost Day Injury (LDI) free.

Hans-Wilhelm Schütte, Managing Director, attributed this to the Ohorongo team’s high focus on safety and playing their part in identifying potential incidents and mitigating them.

Schütte said: “The milestone achieved certainly sets the benchmark for future records. So keep on reporting hazardous situations and near misses, to ensure continuous improvement in safety behaviour.”

He added: “It is Ohorongo’s aspiration to become the reference institution for good safety behaviour within the mining industry building in our reputation as winners of the 2016 Chamber of Mines inter-mining safety awards.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/12032018/ohorongo-achieves-365-ldi-free/

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