Loram UK conducted a series of safety-related conversations around their site in Derby and focused on the importance of incident reporting and using their ‘Safe or Stop’ procedure; building on proactive safety management.
Find out more about the conversations – led by Dean Humphreys (General Manager – Production Services) – via the links below:
- Learn about how one of Loram’s front line leaders, Jack Knowles, and his team plays a key role in their delivery for the Network Rail’s Side Tipper modification programme.
- Read how Adriana Bucur, who is office based and supports Loram’s production teams, plays a part in their workshop health and safety, continually improving Loram’s systems and processes relating to fatigue.
- Discover how Ryan Judge, a Continuous Improvement expert, utilises his Lean Six Sigma toolkit to implement standardised work processes to minimise defects, and reduce the chance of safety related incidents.
- Find out more about material movement and management at Loram and how Phil Smith, who manages their stores, tooling and facilities, ensures his team are safe.
In addition, Dean Humphreys and Carl Butlin (Assurance Manager) took to the shop floor to discuss safety in two of their workshops. Great to see senior staff and shop floor staff engaged in meaningful conversations around what safety looks like and what it means to Loram employees.
Their HR team and their T-level placement student also enjoyed getting stuck in with all things safety.