FIOH: Annual Occupational safety level classifications granted by Zero Accident Forum

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The Zero Accident Forum has granted the annual occupational safety level classifications to its member workplaces. This year, more workplaces received a safety level classification than ever before. The total number was 110 workplaces, all of whom share a commitment to improving occupational safety. 39 workplaces reached the goal of zero accidents.

Investing in occupational safety is also reflected in the figures: In 2022, the average number of accidents at Finnish workplaces amounted to 26 accidents per one million working hours. At the member workplaces of the Zero Accident Forum, the average accident frequency was 9.2 per one million working hours.

The Zero Accident Forum is a network of workplaces that aims to motivate and encourage workplaces to strive for high levels of safety and well-being at work. The activities are coordinated by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health. This year, the Zero Accident Forum celebrates its 20th anniversary. The Forum currently includes 523 member workplaces.

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Tiina-Mari Monni
Director Zero Accident Forum
Product Manager Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
T: +358 (0)50 433 1607
E: tiina-mari.monni@ttl.fi

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