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We are making good progress in our corporate responsibility performance. The targets we are setting to assess our progress are increasingly informed by our stakeholder engagement processes.
We have reintroduced a detailed performance overview into our corporate responsibility reporting. We received feedback from socially responsible investors and corporate responsibility analysts, in particular, that they had a strong preference for a clear and informative summary of our performance against objectives, including an overview of our targets and plans for the following year.
|2012 leading objectives||Progress||2012 performance||2013 objectives|
|Develop and implement action tracking system tracking incidents and investigations.||Rolled out incident investigation process and closed out associated corrective actions.||
|Establish safety cases for all operated production facilities.||Safety cases for all operated production facilities in place.|
|All medium and high risk contracts have effective EHS process in place.||Contractor management standard and revised EHS T&Cs in place. Increased EHS participation in contractor and contract evaluation.|
|Monitor performance of and compliance with revised toes.||All BUs self-assessed against 'toes'. Findings have determined six key focus areas for improvement in 2013.|
|All ESIAs implement Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP).||New framework agreements with ESIA preferred providers driving improved standards and resulting ESMPs.|
|Drive more visible EHS leadership.||Operational managers demonstrated proactive EHS leadership in 2012. Non-operational managers demonstrated lower levels of leadership.|
|2012 lagging objectives||Progress||2012 performance||2013 objectives|
|Number of uncontrolled releases/loss of containment incidents [water, diesel, oil, chemicals] >50 litres with < 3 incidents.||There were five spills (38.86 tonnes) in 2012, which had minimal environmental impact. Despite narrowly missing our target, this is a significant decrease from 14 spills (310.93 tonnes) in 2011.||
|Reduce malaria case incidents by 10% year-on-year per 1,000 exposures. 2011 base line: 0.34. 2012 target: 0.30.||We have met our KPI with an average of 0.07 instances of malaria per 1,000 exposures over the 12 month period.|
|Close-out 100% of Level 4 and 5 incident investigation actions, ensuring maximum learning from serious incidents.||This KPI is linked with the leading indicator to develop and implement an action tracking system to report and track incidents and investigations, as reported above.|