HSEQ performance review: August 2012

Follow the link below to view our performance review for August 2012.

A note from Mike Mann, SVP - Global HSSEQ

Let’s start with good news: well done to our MEAP team who delivered an incident-free month in August – this is an excellent performance. Our other regions all recorded incidents, with three lost time incidents and five other recordable incidents for the month.

This month we have also had to amend our historic data as we have
encountered nine recordable incidents in Trinidad since the end of March which were previously not reported, which is a breach of our reporting
procedure.

There are a number of reasons why incidents may not be reported –
perhaps our employees felt that they were not of a significant enough nature or they simply chose not to comply with our operational rules and
requirements.

Why is this an issue? Firstly, in some cases, the full consequences of an
incident are not fully understood immediately but in the proceeding days. This can mean that the incident has increased in severity, by which time we have not been able to provide the necessary support or case management.

Secondly, the reputation of Stork as a safe support partner to our clients is also affected. Our transparent reporting system means that we share our monthly performance with our clients. Failure to report incidents in a timely manner, means that we may be presenting incorrect information.

To reiterate: I remind you that ALL incidents must be reported immediately and an initial incident report submitted within 24 hours. A communication
regarding this was issued this week, please click here to read it if you have not already done so. I thank you in advance for your support of this campaign.

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pdf UK & AFRICA: HSEQ performance review for August 2012 234 KB Download
pdf GLOBAL: HSEQ performance review for August 2012 244 KB Download
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