Alba reaches 23 million working-hours without LTI
The Bahrain firm said it set an “historical milestone” after surpassing its previous record in April
The world’s largest aluminium smelter outside of China, Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), has set another record by reaching 23 million working-hours without lost time injury (LTI) across its site.
After the firm hit 20 million man-hours without LTI in April, Alba said it has achieved another “first-time historical milestone” with the new record.
The firm added that its pro-active commitment and uncompromising approach toward safety helped them achieve 23 million working-hours without LTI across its operations.
Commenting on the achievement, Alba chief executive officer, Ali Al Baqali, said: “A strong safety culture is built over time; it is never given. Our pro-active commitment and uncompromising approach toward safety has helped us achieve 23 million working-hours without any lost time injury (LTI) for the first time in our operations,” said Al Baqali.
“As we approach the hot summer months, we must be more safety-conscious to ensure the safety and well-being of all our people.
Alba has progressively marked safety achievements over the past six months after hitting 15 million working-hours without LTI on 21 December 2019, and then 15 million working-hours without LTI on 7 April 2020.