Visible Felt Leadership
Concor understands the role of management as change agents and facilitators of our safety culture. How we act, re-act and manage ourselves has a direct impact on how our people in Concor take decisions, prioritise and act. This felt leadership from management leads our people at all levels to understand and “feel” our leaders’ high standards, and accept their strong commitment to safety as non-negotiable.
Major Incident Prevention Programme
Concor recognises that focusing mainly on low injury rates does not necessarily equate to zero fatalities. In order to address known fatal risks, Concor has implemented its Major Incident Prevention (M.I.P.) Programme, which concentrates efforts on the verification of critical controls by supervisors in the field. M.I.P analyses pathways where fatalities might occur and where direct intervention can prevent a Major Incident Event (M.I.E.) from occurring. M.I.P is easily adapted to any project or work site and by capturing the lessons learnt back into M.I.P, it continuously locks future improvements.
Collaboration with stakeholders
Concor is a proud and active member of Master Builders, the SACPCMP and the CIDB, all non-profit organisations aimed at improving, safety of all construction industry stakeholders through free exchange and sharing of information.
Concor is a founding member of the Green Building Council of South Africa, having certified 3, 4 and 5 star buildings throughout Southern Africa according to green Star, LEED and Edge certification schemes. Concor has also successfully made use of innovative materials which lowered the weight of internal walls, mitigated heat loss, or reduced building’s carbon footprint with geopolymer concretes.
Lost Time Incident Frequency Rate – FY12 to FY23