2012 report charts

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Total injury frequency for employees and contractors

One of the ways we measure safety performance is by the total recordable incident rate. This measure includes incidents that require medical treatment. Our 2012 total recordable incident rate was up 42 percent from 2011. Recordable injuries increased from 90 in 2011 to 156 in 2012. Of our total for last year, 151 incidents involved contractor companies working for us. We’ve had no fatalities at any of our operations since 2007. The increase in recordable health and safety injuries in 2012 was primarily associated with our contract workforce.

Injury frequency for employees and contractors (number of injuries per 200,000 hours worked)

Measurement abbreviations used throughout the report

 

bbls barrels
BOE/d barrel of oil equivalent per day
CO2 carbon dioxide
CO2E carbon dioxide equivalent
GJ gigajoules
GHG greenhouse gas
m³OE cubic metres of oil equivalent
mg/L milligrams per litre
MMcf/d million cubic feet per day
SOR steam to oil ratio