In order to monitor the Group’s HSE performance, HSE reporting is required. This will allow us to evaluate the effects of the ZERO HARM project using relevant indicators of HSE performance.
For this purpose, a reporting system has been set up including key figures and information that will allow precise follow up of ZERO HARM actions, results and statistics. It uses accident data as well as environmental KPI definitions designed to comply fully with worldwide standards, and enable us to carry out common statistical analysis for all ASEC Group countries.
The reporting structure reflects our organizational structure; each site in each activity reports monthly on figures required in the reporting form. All reporting forms must be completed and validated before the 10th of the following month. If necessary, this deadline may be postponed to the 15th, with the agreement of SD Director.
The Group has also undertaken to report HSE data externally to the HSE local authorities. These data includes
Number of fatalities amongst those directly employed.
Number of fatalities amongst those indirectly employed (contractors and subcontractors, and, third parties).
Lost time injuries amongst those directly employed (frequency rate).
Number of lost time injuries amongst those indirectly employed (contractors and subcontractors).
A HSE evaluation is an overall HSE situation diagnosis of a plant, an activity or a subsidiary, with respect to the ZERO HARM PROJECT.
The aim is to assess whether actions have been properly carried out with reference to the HSE Management Handbook, and to evaluate weak and strong points.
Action plans must then be implemented in order to improve HSE management and accident prevention.