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More Henkel Corporate Reporting 2015
The index in the table shows the progress for occupational accidents in relation to hours worked (per million hours worked)
99 percent of Henkel employees were covered. The base for the index is the year 2011
(= 100 percent).
|At least one day lost (excluding commuting accidents)||2011||2012||2013||2014||2015|
|Employees of external companies who work at Henkel sites and are directly contracted||1.1||0.8||0.5||0.8||0.9|
|Index: Change |
from 2011 to 2015
|Henkel employees||–27 %|
|Employees of external companies||–18 %|
|More than 50 days lost||2011||2012||2013||2014||2015|
|Accidents during typical production activities||11||7||8||12||13|
|Accidents while walking or moving around (e.g. stumbling)||7||6||5||5||4|
* We have corrected errors indentified during our data verification.
Restatement of reported KPIs
Acquisitions and divestments: Baseline and historic data will only be adjusted in exceptional cases where disruptive acquisitions or divestments prevent any meaningful comparison of timelines.
Methodological changes: Baseline and historic data will be corrected wherever feasible and changes will be highlighted and commented on.
Errors: Any error or sum of errors larger than 1 percent of an indicator level (e.g. overall energy consumption) will be corrected, including the respective sub-indicators (e.g. electricity consumption). Where it is necessary for the comprehensibility of the data – typically in case of changes larger than 2 percent at an indicator level – changes will be highlighted and explained.