Global Reporting Initiative+Male worker fatalities (G4-LA6-a)
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Male worker fatalities (G4-LA6-a)

How many male workers died because of a work-related incident?
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225 Known
+ 396 Unknown
= 621 Total results
Companies Values
146
employees 2017
116
employees 2015
23
employees 2015
23
employees 2015
17
employees 31-03-2017
14
employees 2017
13
employees 2015
13
employees 2017
12
employees 2016
12
employees 2016
7
employees 2017
7
employees 2014
6
employees 2015
5
employees 2014
5
employees 2015
5
employees 2017
4
employees 2016
3
employees 2015
3
employees 2014
2
employees 2016

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Corporate Social Responsibility Report

About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers one of the requirements of Indicator G4-LA6 - 'Type of injury and rates of injury, occupational diseases, lost days, and absenteeism, and total number of work-related fatalities, by region and by gender'.

This indicator also asks for type of injury, occupational diseases, lost days, and absenteeism, and number of work-related fatalities, by region and by gender, for the total workforce (total employees plus supervised workers) and for independed contractors working on-site). (G4-LA6-a, G4-LA6-b)

Health and safety performance is a key measure of an organization’s duty of care. Low injury and absentee rates are generally linked to positive trends in staff morale and productivity. This Indicator shows whether health and safety management practices are resulting in fewer occupational health and safety incidents. An evaluation of trends and patterns may also indicate potential workplace inequity.

Methodology

This metric is looking for the number of male workers who died due to a work related incident:

For WikiRate researchers:
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Global Reporting Initiative compliance guidance for companies:

To calculate the total number of work related male fatalities - G4-LA6-a:

  • Identify the absolute number of male fatalities that occurred during the reporting period.

  • Report this information for the total male workforce (that is, total employees plus supervised workers).

Reporting on this Indicator should include the following contextual information as a comment to the metric value:

  • G4-LA6-c: Report the system of rules applied in recording and reporting accident statistics.