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2010 2011 2012
Injury frequency rate (number of injuries/million of worked hours) 0.75 0.60 0.49
- employees 0.80 0.65 0.57
- contractors 0.71 0.57 0.45
Injury severity rate (days of absence/thousand of worked hours) 0.025 0.021 0.021
- employees 0.027 0.025 0.026
- contractors 0.023 0.018 0.017
Total recordable injury rate (TRIR) (total recordable incidents/million of worked hours) 2.15 1.51 1.17
- employees 2.69 1.75 1.45
- contractors 1.81 1.36 1.01
Fatality index (fatal injuries/one hundred millions of worked hours) 4.77 1.94 1.10
- employees 6.66 1.19 0.87
- contractors 3.55 2.38 1.23
Near misses (number) 3,013 2,723 2,861
Training hours on safety (hours) 1,508,239 1,354,705 1,259,228
- to senior managers 32,155 8,244 5,046
- to managers/supervisors 195,160 131,541 69,890
- to employees 703,196 474,568 312,817
- to workers 577,728 740,352 871,475
Audits on Health and Safety (number) 545 1,503 3,702
Safety expenditures (€ thousand) 260,434 320,117 370,559
- operating expenditures 187,966 193,227 260,029
- capital expenditures 72,468 126,891 110,530

The injury frequency rate for 2012 shows an improvement compared to the previous year for both employees and contractors, continuing, for the seventh year running, its positive trend.

In detail, compared to 2011, the improvement for employees was 12.3% and for contractors was 21.1%. The injury frequency rate for the total Eni workforce (equal to 0.49) has descreased by 18.3% compared to 2011.

In 2012 there were 2 fatal accidents involving employees (in 2011 there were 3 and in 2010 there were 17) and 5 involving contractors (in 2011 there were 10 and in 2010 there were 14). 2010 data was affected by the air crash in Pakistan which caused the death of 21 people. Eni’s target remains zero fatalities. Numerous initiatives are being undertaken to achieve this. 2012 saw the continuation of the “eni in safety” communication and training program, with “one day event” workshops being held in all business sectors, and the start-up of the safety “road show”, an initiative aimed at raising awareness and involving employees and third party firms, through field visits by top management.

The number of health and safety audits continues to grow significantly, in particular due to the control activities put in place in the Exploration & Production, Gas & Power and Refining & Marketing sectors. In the Gas & Power sector the increase in audit and control activity can be traced to the “Safety at work improvement plan” adopted by the Tigáz Group following a serious accident which occurred in 2011.

Total safety costs increased by 16% following a significant increase in running costs (up 35%) for plant and equipment (rising in all sectors) due to specific safety studies, procedures and standards (Exploration & Production and Engineering & Construction sectors) and research projects (Exploration & Production sector); the investments recorded, while showing a fall overall (down 13%), indicate a growing financial commitment with regard to firefighting systems and equipment, and plant modifications.

Eni S.p.a. - Registered Head Office
Piazzaie Enrico Mattei, 1
00144 Roma

Branches
Via Emilia, 1
e Piazza Ezio Vanoni, 1
20097 - San Donato Milanese (MI)

VAT number
n. 00905811006

Company share capital
€ 4.005.358.876,00 paid up.

Rome Company Register
Tax Identification Number. 00484960588

Mission
We are a major integrated energy company, committed to growth in the activities of finding, producing, transporting, transforming and marketing oil and gas. Eni men and women have a passion for challenges, continuous improvement, excellence and particularly value people, the environment and integrity.