Worker health and safety
The Group has always been committed to increasing worker safety in order to
avoid risks to their health and protection.
The Group has also formalized the Group Environment Health & Safety (EHS) Minimum Requirements in order to minimize the negative impacts on the health and safety of workers, visitors and suppliers or contractors. The EHS Minimum Requirements are subject to periodic audit, which certifies proper assessment and implementation by all Group companies.
Finally, the company monitors all hazardous events reported by employees – even those that have not resulted in injuries – and investigates the root causes of accidents or “near-misses” in order to implement the appropriate corrective actions so as to prevent similar cases from occurring in the future.
Results – GRI standard
accidents resulting in absence
in 2022, none of these had serious consequences
accidents not resulting in absence
Diasorin monitors all hazardous events reported by employees, even those that have not caused injuries, and investigates the root causes of accidents or near-misses in order to implement the appropriate corrective actions so as to prevent similar cases from occurring in the future.
Disclosure 403-9 Work-related injuries, part of standard GRI 403: Occupational health and safety 2018
|Number of work-related injuries with days lost*||6||19||13|
|Number of work-related injuries with no days lost||8||7||15|
|of which had serious consequences*||0||0||0|
|Number of hours worked||3,487,136||4,504,166||5,652,993|
|Rate of work-related injuries with no days lost*||1.72||4.22||2.30|
|Rate of work-related injuries with days lost||2.29||1.55||2.65|
|Rate of accidents with serious consequences*||0||0||0|
|Percentage of accidents with days lost out of total workers**||0.39%||0.20%||0.44%|
|Rate of days lost per work-related injury||41.58||26.42||98.71|
(*) The request for disclosure of the number and rate of work-related injuries with no days lost and with serious consequences was introduced for the first time in the 2020 report, following the update of the GRI Standard of reference. Data for 2019 are therefore not available.
(**) The data presented has been integrated with respect to the requirements of GRI 403-9. The indicator represents the ratio between the number of accidents with days lost compared to the total number of Group employees x 100. The total number of employees used for the calculation is set out in §8 of this consolidated non-financial report.
Other related disclosures:
3-3 Management of material topics
403-1 Occupational health and safety management system
403-2 Hazard identification, risk assessment, and incident investigation
403-3 Occupational health services
403-4 Worker participation, consultation, and communication on occupational health and safety
403-5 Worker training on occupational health and safety
403-6 Promotion of worker health
403-7 Prevention and mitigation of occupational health and safety impacts directly linked by business relationships
403-9 Work-related injuries