Children in Mongolia

Sustainability Reporting

Performance

Use the interactive charts to see our performance against our targets.

2018 Performance Against Targets

  • Goal 1 - To reach zero fatalities, and to eliminate workplace injuries and catastrophic events
    • Two safety fatalities and one security fatality at managed operations
    • All Injury Frequency Rate (AIFR) of 0.44, up 5% on 2017 (target 0.38)
    • 1.45 million Critical Risk Management verifications (target 1.2 million)
  • Goal 2 - To minimise exposure to critical fatality health risks by verifying that effective controls are in place at all managed operations by the end of 2018
    77% of managed operations achieved this target
  • Goal 3 - To reduce the rate of new occupational illnesses (per 10,000 employees) each year
    15% increase in rate of new cases of occupational illness since 2017
  • Goal 4 - To improve diversity in the workplace
    • 22.6% of senior management were women, up 0.2% from 2017, with women in operational roles increasing from 10% to 15%
    • 25% of our Executive Committee were women
    • 36% of our graduate intake were women, down 5% from 2017
    • 31% of our graduate intake were nationals from the places where we are developing new businesses
    • 17.7%* of our total workforce were women
  • Goal 5 - To achieve approved local water targets in all managed operations with material water risk
    • 79% of our operations met their local targets this year - the final year of our current water target programme (target 100%) 
    • We are in the process of establishing new water targets for 2019-2023
  • Goal 6 - Improving our employee engagement and satisfaction
    • An eight-point increase in our employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS)
    • Two-point increase in employee satisfaction score (eSAT)
    • Six-point increase in average monthly engagement on Yammer
* Gender distribution for our total workforce is based on managed operations (excludes non-managed operations and joint ventures as of 31 December 2018. Less than 1% of the workforce is undeclared.

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