Global Reporting Initiative+Occupational Risk (G4-LA7)
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Occupational Risk (G4-LA7)

What is the number of workers with high incidence or high risk of diseases related to their occupation?
Company
Industry
Project
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Year
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Filtered answers
31 Known
+ 96 Unknown
= 127 Total results
Companies Values
686
employees 2017
679
employees 2016
452
employees 2017
382
employees 2017
300
employees 2016
258
employees 2017
243
employees 2016
79
employees 2015
74
employees 2016
43
employees 2017
35
employees 2016
31
employees 2016
24
employees 2017
21
employees 2017
9
employees 2017
9
employees 2015
5
employees 2017
1
employees 2016
0.94
employees 2016
0.28
employees 2017

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Metric Type
Researched
Value Type
Number
Unit
employees
Range
Options
Unknown
Research Policy
Community Assessed
Report Type
Corporate Social Responsibility Report

About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers the reporting requirements of Indicator G4-LA7 – ‘Workers with high incidence or high risk of diseases related to their occupation’.

As part of a preventative strategy for managing the health and safety of its workforce, this Indicator is relevant for all organizations. It has specific relevance for organizations working in countries with a high risk or incidence of communicable diseases, and those in professions that have a high incidence of specific diseases. Preventing serious diseases contributes to the health, satisfaction, and stability of the workforce, and helps maintain the organization’s social license to operate in a community or region.

Methodology

Identify the number of workers with high incidence or high risk of diseases related to their occupation - G4-LA7. If multiple values are reported, calculate total number and include calculation methodology in the comments.

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