HSE Performance

The section provides analysis of health, safety and environmental management, and supplies more specific indicators on energy consumption, safety performance, the LiHS programme and health promotion and disease prevention tools.

Supplementary Performance Indicators

Additional leading indicators for health and safety performance
  2009  2010  2011 
Safety Hazard Observation Cards 239,871  347,536  519,455 
Job Safety Analysis 146,131  186,757  334,523 
HSE Inspection 110,173  132,911  189,663 
Performance indicators for the Leadership in Health and Safety (LiHS) programme
  2009 2010 2011 Totale 
Workshop held
136  121  115  372 
Number of participants in workshop  1,833  1,615  1,602  5,050 
Number of ‘cascading events’ 189  138  85  412 
Number of participants
in ‘cascading events’
7,872  5,198  3,994  17,064 
‘Five Stars train the trainer’
61  30  14  105 
Number of ‘Five Stars training’ sessions 94  205  191  490 
Number of participants in ‘Five Stars training’ sessions
1,159  1,963  1,998  5,120 
Number of ‘Leading Behaviour Cascading events’
   663  663 
Number of participants in ‘Leading Behaviour Cascading events’   21,615  21,615 
NB: LiHS data are updated on a periodical basis which does not always coincide with the financial year. Changes can occur from one year to the next.

Further details on the LiHS programme are available in the document ‘Saipem Sustainability 2011’.

Total energy consumption Cases of repatriation

Repatriation of Saipem and subcontractor employees for reasons of health is constantly monitored and analysed. In 2011, there were 143 such cases, of which 126 Saipem and 17 subcontractor personnel. Of the overall total, 102 people were repatriated for illness and 41 for accidents. 11 cases were fatal, one of which is already included in the safety statistics.


Medical check-ups and cases (%)

Check-ups are carried out periodically on all operating projects for the benefit of employees. In 2011, 75,464 check-ups and/or cases were recorded in the GIPSI system used to collect and monitor medical indicators. This was an increase of 4.43% compared to 2010 (72,264). For the most part, preventive measures were implemented and follow-up check-ups performed. As regards the medical cases, most were of a respiratory nature (13,517), while 301 were due to work-related and non work-related accidents.

Health expenditure (%)

Healthcare costs in 2011 amounted to €28 million, of which 53% (€15.08 million) for management and medical personnel expenses. Occupational healthcare programmes cost €4.56 million and treatments €2.87 million.