Corporate Social Responsibility Report
injuries, fatalities and notifiable incidents
This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Sector Supplement - Event Organizers. It covers the reporting requirements of Indicator G4-EO7 - 'Number and type of injuries, fatalities and notifiable incidents for attendees, and other relevant stakeholders'.
The number of injuries and fatalities during an event are a useful indicator to determine health and safety practices for all relevant stakeholders. While the event organizer may not be responsible for all such incidents, reporting on them allows for transparency and opportunities for continual improvement.
Injuries, fatalities and notifiable incidents for employees, volunteers and contractors are not reported on under this Indicator.
To report the number and type of injuries, fatalities and notifiable incidents for attendees, and other relevant stakeholders - G4-EO7:
- Report total number of injuries, fatalities and notifiable incidents by attendees and other relevant stakeholders (e.g., service providers, local community).
Attendees in these Sector Disclosures, refers to people who are present at an event, including delegates, customers, clients, audience, fans, spectators, or others present at the event.
Event related injury in these Sector Disclosures, refers to a non-fatal or fatal injury arising from or in the course of an event.
Event related fatality in these Sector Disclosures, refers to the death of an attendee, participant or other relevant stakeholder arising from an event-related injury sustained while at the event.
Notifiable incident in these Sector Disclosures, refers to a fatality or injury that is required to be reported by law to the regulator or as a matter of policy.
If provided, in the comments section include:
- the type of injuries, fatalities and notifiable incidents by attendees and other relevant stakeholders.
- a description of each accident resulting in a fatality and actions taken following the accident. These may be aggregated where the cause of accidents or the actions taken are similar.
Potential information sources include the reporting organization’s event management team, medical teams, health and safety team, legal team, research and development departments, as well as documentation collected through quality management systems.
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