Making / a difference
Every Site, Every Day, Linfox leads in
word-class safety and innovation.
Safety and compliance are the top priorities at Linfox. Safety and compliance issues are discussed at every site, every day as part of our unwavering commitment to the safety of our team, our suppliers, our customers and the communities in which we operate.
Through our dedicated Vision ZERO safety strategy, we are on a journey to achieve:
Linfox sends the Vision ZERO safety message to more than 24,000 team members in 12 countries because when it comes to safety, one injury is one too many.
At Linfox, we care about our people. Our vision is for everyone to go home safely to their families and loved ones at the end of every shift.
Our people are empowered to take responsibility for their safety and the safety of others.
We ensure our people are trained for the tasks they are performing. From day one, our employees begin their training to ensure their safety on-the-job. From inductions to safe work procedures to role specific training, we work hard to ensure our people are trained for the task at hand.
We work alongside our customers to ensure compliance and best practice safety standards for our people and theirs.
With a large portion of our people operating in the community, we strive for best practice to keep the broader community safe. We work with regulators, law enforcement agencies, governing bodies, and organisations to continue to share the message of safety and compliance on the roads.
If you told a truck driver in 1980 that in their lifetime a truck could warn them of danger, brake to avoid collisions and ‘communicate’ its location, it would sound like a plot twist from Knight Rider. Fast forward to today and those features are not only a reality, but merely the tip of the iceberg…
In a four-part truck safety series launched by the TAC, Linfox truck drivers provide insight into their working life on our roads. They talk candidly about road safety, and share their thoughts on
everything from fatigue and speed through to interacting with other road users and coping with stress.
“We’re all car drivers too, and we understand what people go through.”
– Retail driver and driver trainer, Steve