ATPC has had many great things to celebrate in the last five years, but the most important of all is our safety record.

This has just reached a major new milestone: on Tuesday 14 July we reached five years without a ‘lost time incident’ (LTI).

An LTI includes any incident that causes a worker to take time out due to an injury. Even a twisted ankle can be classified as an LTI. General Manager Gert Quint comments: “I’m therefore very proud of our teams for the fantastic achievement of working for 5 years - or around 2,800,000 hours - safely.”

This marathon of excellence is even more remarkable because ATPC has seen a €200m investment programme in that time. Demolition, construction and upgrades all bring additional risks to manage.

Gert adds: “Our statistics also include all contractors while they’re on our site. So alongside our own people I want to thank those teams from outside for recognising the need to work to our standards. As we can all see, it pays off with everyone going home safe.”

Location ATPC, Antwerp, Belgium
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