Overview

Eni's health initiatives
In detail:
  • Eni wellness program
  • Myto, “my trainer on line”
  • “Early diagnosis” screening programme
  • Eni’s health initiatives

Health promotion

Eni’s health promotion programs embrace the three classic prevention levels:
  • primary, aimed at raising awareness on correct lifestyles through communication and training initiatives;
  • secondary, which detects at an early stage the onset of a pathology to avoid its evolution;
  • tertiary, aimed at curing the illness and facilitating rehabilitation to avoid further damage.
In the implementation of its health promotion programme, Eni is strongly operational not only in Italy but also at the international level. For all employees abroad, Eni guarantees assistance through on-site health care centers and conventions with important international health organizations that, if necessary, also help the patient repatriate quickly. In line with the needs of the countries in which it operates, and with the support of Eni Foundation, it carries out projects to strengthen the primary care systems and vaccination campaigns. In Italy the following initiatives have been launched:
  • Eni wellness program” – A communication campaign on the correct lifestyles aimed at changing lifestyles, to stimulate and encourage the improvement of one’s wellbeing through simple daily choices.
  • Myto, “my trainer on line” – An interactive and personalised programme for physical and psychological well-being, tailored to the specific characteristics and needs of Eni’s people to help them to adopt or maintain a lifestyle in line with the concept of prevention.
  • "Early diagnosis" – A cancer prevention screening differentiated by age and gender groups, carried out at national level in collaboration with the Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro i Tumori. "Prevent with Eni" – A mini check-up including an oncological screening and haematochemical examinations carried out in structures of excellence operating in the national territory.
The project also includes: a solidarity network to implement the rules for the protection of cancer workers in the workplace and a help-line that provides answers regarding social-welfare, regulatory and therapeutic issues.

Eni’s Health initiatives

In 2018, all of the companies continued the implementation of health management systems with the objective of promoting and maintaining the health and well-being of Eni people and ensuring adequate risk management in the workplace. Confirming this, the business areas completed the health monitoring programs with a result in line with what had been planned by the competent physicians. In 2018, in order to assess the potential impact of projects on the health of the communities involved, the Upstream sector completed 20 HIA (Health Impact Assessment), of which 7 were integrated ESHIA studies (Environmental and Social Health Impact Assessment): 1 in each of the following Countries: Ghana, Indonesia, Mexico, Tunisia, Vietnam, China and Congo; 1 ESH (Environmental Social Health Baseline) in Egypt; 2 Pre-ESHIAs in Congo, 2 in Italy, 1 in the following Countries: Pakistan, Portugal, Australia, Algeria and Nigeria; 1 Pre-HIA in Kenya; 2 HIAs, of which 1 in Indonesia and 1 in Pakistan. The number of health services sustained by Eni in 2018 was 473,437, of which 320,933 for employees, 66,327 for family members, 68,796 for contractors and 17,381 for others (e.g., visitors and external patients). The number of participants in health promotion initiatives in 2018 was 148,130, of which 57,110 were employees, 43,525 were contractors and 47,495 were family members. The significant increase compared to the previous year is due to an improvement in reporting. As concern occupational illnesses, allegations fell during 2018 from 120 to 81, with an overall reduction of 33%, due to the reduction of illnesses reported, both from former employees (from 108 to 71 claims) and current employees (from 12 to 10 claims). Of the 81 occupational disease claims submitted in 2018, 12 were submitted by heirs (11 relating to former employees and 1 to an employee).

HEALTH

(number)

 

2016

2017

2018

Health Impact Assessments carried out

(number)

8

13

20

Employees included in health monitoring programs

 

31.643

30.944

28.807

Number of health services provided

 

484.984

450.398

473.437

of which to employees

 

349.763

297.480

320.933

of which to contractors

 

72.350

56.573

68.796

of which to relatives

 

56.677

79.687

66.327

of which to others

 

6.194

16.658

17.381

Number of registration to health promotion initiative

 

27.424

56.765

148,130(a)

of which to employees

 

18.245

34.458

57.110

of which to contractors

 

7.762

11.739

43.525

of which to relatives

 

1.417

10.568

47.495

OIFR Occupational Illness Frequency Rate (total Eni)

(Allegations of professional illness/worked hours) x 1.000.000

0,15

0,13

0.16(b)

Allegations of professional illness

(number)

133

120

81

of which to employees

 

14

12

10

of which to previous employed

 

119

108

71

(a) The increase in the figure for the number of registrations for health promotion initiatives compared to previous years depends on the improvement of the monitoring activities of the execution of the initiatives themselves.
(b) The 2018 OIFR is calculated considering only the consolidated perimeter, unlike that of previous years. The OIFR calculated on the total hours worked by ENI is equal to 0.11

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