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Monier Reporting and Investigation Standard

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Development of Lost Time Accidents at Monier 2004-2009


20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Q104 Q204 Q304 Q404 Q105 Q205 Q305 Q405 Q106 Q206 Q306 Q406 Q107 Q207 Q307 Q407 Q108 Q208 Q308 Q408 Q109 Q209 Q309 Q409
Actual full year 2009, 2,71

Quarterly LTIFR

2002<> 569 LTI

Yearly Target Trend

LTIFR 10<> probability of one accident (LTI) at work in your professional life 2005<> 211 LTI
LTIFR Target 5,91 LTIFR Target 5,46 LTIFR Target 3,61

2009<> 56 LTI
LTIFR Target 3,25

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The Accident Pyramid


Fatal Injury (FI)

Lost Time Injury (LTI) Medical Injury (MI) First Aid Injury (FA) Near- Miss Incident (NM)

Unsafe acts / unsafe conditions

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Health and Safety KPIs

Lost Time Incident Frequency Rate Number of LTIs for Monier employees x 1,000,000 Number of hours worked by Monier employees

LTIFR =

(Number of LTIs per 1 mill working hours) Severity Rate of Incidents SR = Number of calendar days lost by Monier employees x 1,000 Number of hours worked by Monier employees

(Percentage of lost working time in hours)


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1.0 Purpose & Scope

1.1 The Health & Safety Governance Standard Incident Reporting and Investigation (Standard) establishes requirements for the reporting and investigation of safety and health-related incidents that occur within Monier Group businesses. The Standard applies to all Monier businesses and joint ventures when Monier is either the majority shareholder or managing partner. The company must know about accidents and health-related incidents in our operations. Mandatory is the reporting of Lost Time Injury (LTI) and Medical Injury (MI) 1.2 The Standard specifies the minimum internal reporting and investigation requirements. The Standard does not subjugate external regulatory reporting requirements. Monier businesses must respect all local laws and regulations concerning reporting and investigation. The standard specifies the requirements the definitions and the rules of reporting. Monier businesses must respect all local laws and regulations concerning reporting and investigation in the countries.

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Fatal Injury
4.1.1 Fatal Injury (FI) is a work-related injury that results in a loss of life, with no time limit between the date of the incident and the date of the death. Excluded in all cases are all fatalities in transport to and from home and work, criminal acts, and natural causes.
FI Example 1 Two sales representative are driving a vehicle to visit a customer for a work meeting. The sales representatives vehicle is hit by a second vehicle that ran a stop sign. Both sales representatives die from complications related to the accident. This counts as two fatal injuries. FI Example 2 an electrical contractor sustains severe burns to his body while working in the plant. Two months later the electrician dies as a result of a systemic infection related to the burn. This counts as one fatal injury.

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Lost time injury

4.1.2 Lost Time Injury (LTI) is a work-related injury causing absence from one or more scheduled workdays (or scheduled shifts), counting from the day after the injury occurs to the day before the individual returns to normal or modified work. LTI Example 1 an office administrative assistant falls and sustains a fracture to her arm on Monday. The medical clinic immobilizes her arm with a cast and instructs the administrative assistant to stay home until Wednesday and will be required to wear the arm cast for six weeks. The employee misses one day of work and has limited use of her arm for six weeks. LTI Example 2 a QC technician falls off a ladder while collecting a sample and strains his shoulder. The technician returns to work the next day on modified duty (i.e. a medical injury). Two months later, the doctor determines the shoulder requires surgery to repair the injury. The technician is required to be absent from work for two weeks to properly recover from surgery (i.e. this injury is reclassified from a medical injury to a LTI with 14 lost work days). LTI Example 3 an auditor is travelling from the office to the plant for a meeting. His vehicle is struck by an oncoming truck. He sustains a fractured wrist and is required to miss two weeks from work (i.e. this injury is a LTI with 14 lost work days).
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Medical injury
4.1.3 Medical Injury (MI) is a non-lost time work-related injury that requires any level medical assistance from an external medical doctor, professional health care provider or medical clinic and the injured person is permitted to return to the job for his or her next regularly scheduled work shift with or without work restrictions.

MI Example 2 a forklift truck driver gets dust in his eyes while driving on the yard. The driver visits the local medical clinic to have his eye flushed and examined. He sustains only minor irritation to his eyes and is released to work. MI Example 3 a plant operator is struck on the hand by a heavy object. The operator receives an x-ray at a clinic and it is determined that there are no fractures. The operator is allowed to return to work the next day with a work restriction not to lift heavy objects with his injured hand for one week. MI Example 4 a maintenance worker sustains a minor laceration to the leg from a wire. His injury is minor however a nurse administers an injection to prevent tetanus. He returns to work the next work morning without any work restrictions.

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First aid injury

4.1.4 First Aid Injury (FA) is a work-related injury that requires selfadministered treatment or the assistance of a first aid provider and does not require any assistance from an external medical provider, professional health care provider or medical clinic.
FA Example 1 a maintenance employee strikes his elbow while carrying out a repair and sustains a minor bruise. He obtains an ice pack from the first aid room to reduce the swelling and discomfort. FA Example 2 an operator sustains a minor finger laceration when opening a box. The operator cleans the wound with soap and water and applies an adhesive bandage to protect the wound from dirt and infection.

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Near miss incident

4.1.5 Near-Miss Incident (NM) is a work-related incident that could have caused an incident under slightly different circumstances e.g. time, speed, or distance.
NM Example 1 a forklift truck coming around the corner has to apply his breaks hard to prevent hitting an employee.
NM Example 2 dropping hammer from a platform and just missing hitting an an employee walking below the platform

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Key performance indicator

4.1.6 Total Monier Employee Hours Worked refers to actual hours worked (refer to 4.2.1). 4.1.7 Lost Work Days (LWD) refers to calendar days. LWD Example 1 an equipment operator is injured on a Friday. The doctor instructs the operator not return to his job until the following Tuesday. Because the operator was absent from his next scheduled workday (i.e. Monday), the injury is classified as a LTI with 3 lost work days (i.e. calendar days: Saturday, Sunday, and Monday).

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5.0

Accident and Incident Emergency Reporting Requirements

5.1 All fatal and major injuries3 involving a Monier employee, contractor, or third party must be communicated by the responsible site within 4 hours to the BU CEO and the Group H&S director. For this notification the form in Annex A must be used. 5.2 All lost time incidents involving a Monier employee and contractor must be communicated by the responsible site to the BU management team within 48 hours.

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