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Performance

I NUMERI DELLA NOSTRA CULTURA HSE

Negli ultimi tre anni abbiamo totalizzato oltre 349 milioni di ore lavorate nelle sedi amministrative e nei siti di costruzione del Gruppo in tutto il mondo.

 

ORE LAVORATE NEL GRUPPO 2017 2018 2019
ORE LAVORATE
DIPENDENTI SEDI AMMINISTRATIVE;
7,344,591 7,485,863 8,169,147
ORE LAVORATE DIPENDENTI
E SUBCONTRACTOR SITI DI COSTRUZIONE
88,075,071 132,635,629 105,483,828
TOTALE ORE LAVORATE 95,419,662 140,121,492 113,652,975

Poiché il nostro indice LTI1 (Lost Time Injury) denota una frequenza di infortuni molto bassa, per valutare questo trend nel tempo è necessario considerare un periodo molto più lungo rispetto a un singolo anno; per questo abbiamo adottato l’indicatore LTIF2 dell’IOGP che rappresenta una media quinquennale su base rolling.

FIVE YEAR ROLLING AVERAGE

  • IOGP Overall benchmark
  • IOGP Construction benchmark
  • Maire Tecnimont hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbons business unit includes those companies involved in petrochemical and Oil & Gas activity. 2019 data for IOGP is not available yet (as benchmark data will be published in second quarter 2020) and for this reason the Group will maintain the same 2018 benchmark data also for 2019.
In fact, net of a small fluctuation in the last five years, our values remain consistently lower than the IOGP benchmarks, as one can see straight away in the above graph3. The recorded LTIF2 (0.046 for 2017, 0.015 for 2018, 0.096 for 2019 year) and TRIR4 indicators, adopted by our Group according to IOGP, remained also below than their IOGP benchmark over the last three years. 1 LTI is the sum of fatalities and lost work day cases. 2 Lost Time Injury frequency (LTIF) is the number of lost time injuries (fatalities + lost work day cases) /man hours worked per 1 million exposure hours. The LTIF indicator takes into account fatalities and injuries with lost days. 3 The calculation was made on the basis of the subsidiaries Tecnimont S.p.A. and KT - Kinetics Technology S.p.A., as they are the top societies in the Group by hours worked in construction. 4 Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) is the number of recordable injuries (fatalities + lost work day cases + restricted work day cases + medical treatment cases)/man hours worked per 1 million exposure hours. The TRIR indicator takes into account: fatalities, injuries with lost days, restricted work day cases and medical treatment cases.

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