Health and Safety performance
Over the past three years, the aggregate hours worked at the Group's offices and sites totaled more than 301 million.
|GROUP MAN-HOURS WORKED||2018||2019||2020|
|HEADQUARTERS MAN-HOURS EMPLOYEES||7,485,863||8,169,147||8,349,884|
|SITE MAN-HOURS EMPLOYEES & SUB-CONTRACTOR||132,635,629||105,483,828||39,220,459|
|TOTAL MAN-HOURS WORKED||140,121,492||113,652,975||47,570,343|
In 2020, the Group recorded 39 million Long Term Injury (LTI)-free working hours for the Hydrocarbons Business Unit. This strong track record was the result of a huge effort made in health and safety issues. Our average Long Term Injury Rate (LTIR) is consistently below the industry’s average, and in 2020 we reached a peak of excellence with zero injuries recorded. In addition, using the same benchmark data in 2019 for 2020, the recorded Total Recorded Injury Rate (TRIR) indicator is 9 times lower than the benchmark.
An analysis trendlines in recent years confirms the Group's commitment to excellence in reducing accidents. In fact, our values remain consistently well below the IOGP benchmarks, and in the last five years the trend has clearly been downward, as is immediately visible in the graph above.