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Annual Report 2017

63

total number of recorded injuries

88

98

FYE2016

FYE2017

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Emergency

preparedness

is

an

important aspect within our operations,

thus our facilities are equipped with

first-aid kits, firefighting systems and

have in place adequate response plans,

spill prevention and other programs to

respond to emergencies.

During the year, the Group did not incur

any fines or sanctions for non-compliance

with environmental laws or regulations.

Major Injury:

Any incidences resulting

in disability, medical treatment and lost

time of more than 1 full working day

Minor Injury:

Any incidences resulting

in only first aid and/or no significant lost

time with immediate continuation of work

Near Misses:

These incidences have

been excluded

major injuries by type

minor injuries by type

Physical Hazard

Physical Hazard

Falling & Flying

Objects

Chemical/

Biohazard

Chemical/

Biohazard

Tools Hazard

Logistical

Hazard

Tools Hazard

Logistical

Hazard

The indicators help us to track the

effectiveness of measures taken to

improve safety and health performance

in all business divisions. In addition, it

helps the Group to identify the most

useful preventive action.

We are pleased to report that the number

of major injuries has decreased by 23%,

from 13 incidences in FYE2016 to 10

incidences in FYE2017. However, an

increase in the number of minor injuries

from 75 to 88 has adversely impacted

on our frequency rate this year to 12.35

from 10.21 last year. The total number

of recorded injuries increased by 11% to

98 compared to the previous year. Most

incidences this year are represented

by minor injuries related to tools and

logistical hazards at our Indonesian

estate.

FYE2017

4 4

2

FYE2016

7

1 1 1

3

OIL SPILL INCIDENT

In May 2016, the Bulking

Division’s Butterworth terminal

experienced an accidental

spillage of 0.4 MT onto the shore

during aCPO transfer operation.

The spill was promptly cleaned

up by the Division’s response

team and no damage to the

shores was found.

The

incident

was

duly

reported to the Department

of

Environment

and

no

legal sanction or penalty

was imposed. Subsequent

investigation by the terminal

revealed the root cause to

be human error. Corrective

and preventive actions have

since been taken, including

modifications to certain work

protocols to avoid future

recurrence.

This was the only oil spill

incident in the Group during the

year under review.

23%

Y-O-Y reduction

in major injuries

SUSTAINABILITY

REPORT 2017

69

15

3 1

FYE2017

3

47

25

FYE2016