Eni is committed to safety in the workplace and to training for the protection of human rights in the countries in which it operates.
Eni has always been committed to preventing risks and emergency situations in the workplace.
|Safety contracts containing clauses on human rights||(%)||84||90||85(*)|
|Personal safety training regarding human rights||(number)||235||143||96|
|Critical sites covered by assessment||-||21||23||35|
|Sites assessed by means of checklist||-||194||138||272|
|Countries with armed surveillance for site protection||-||11||11||7|
|Hours dedicated to training for safety managers/safety officers||-||4,700||6,226||850|
(*) The 5% reduction of contracts with human rights clauses compared with 2014 is due to an improvement in the gathering of data via a specialist IT application that makes the process more precise and reliable.
The table does not contain information relating to the subsidiary Versalis SpA, since an agreement is being finalised for the sale of a controlling stake.
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