Safety performance reporting
We believe all occupational incidents are preventable, which is why we have instituted several programs targeted to proactive safety practices. Our safety incident reporting is substantially based on U.S. OSHA reporting requirements (29 CFR 1904) and tracks proactive and reactive safety metrics.
Some of our proactive safety metrics include safety walk performance, identification of unsafe behaviors and conditions, near-miss incidents, and progress on safety action plans. These metrics aim to prevent the occurrence of incidents and injuries.
Reactive metrics are considered opportunities for improvement and include first aid incidents, OSHA recordable incidents, Lost Time Incidents (LTIs), and work-related fatal incidents.
Learn more about our safety achievements by visiting awards and recognitions.
Read more about our safety performance and metrics in our sustainability report.
Read Galabovo TPP Health and Safety and Environmental Policy Statement.
Read St Nikola WF Health and Safety and Environmental Policy Statement.