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En+ Group strives to be an Occupational Health and Safety leader in its industry. We are constantly updating our existing OHS management system and are continuously developing new, innovative ways of promoting safe working conditions among our employees.

HSE Policy and an HSE management

An HSE Policy and an HSE management system have been introduced at all the Group’s production facilities. Our occupational, health and safety (OHS) management system of the Metals segment is certified by Det Norske Veritas, while the OHS management system of the Power segment is certified by Bureau Veritas as compliant with OHSAS 18001.The Group is committed to further improving its health and safety management system and securing employee safety.

Key figures for 2021

Reduction in LTIFR

24%

0.16 in 2021, per 200,000 hours worked

Employees trained

more than 5,000

Reduction in severe injuries

18%

compared to 2019

Safety culture audits conducted

4

Reduction in minor injuries

22%

compared to 2020

Key programmes

HSE monitoring program

The Company has a rigid safety monitoring framework in place, which includes a number of key performance indicators and assesses OHS performance.
HSE monitoring program

Safety culture development

The Company devotes considerable effort to building a resilient safety culture to embed robust practices at every level within the Group. These programmes were launched in collaboration with the Corporate University and included training for the NEBOSH International General Certificate (ICG).
Safety culture development

Prevention of occupational injuries and diseases

We are constantly working to decrease risk of occupational diseases. Our initiatives are aimed at prevention and diagnosis, as well as providing rehabilitation services for all our employees should they require them.
Prevention of occupational injuries and diseases

Related news

En+ publishes 2021 sustainability report

The Report has been prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative ("GRI") and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board ("SASB") Sustainability Reporting Standards. 

En+ Group statement

Following this morning’s notifications to the London Stock Exchange, the EN+ Group would like to remind and clarify that the entire En+ Group remains free of sanctions and is not subject to sanctions in any jurisdiction. The departure of Lord Barker will not change this.