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Toronto Hydro 2012 CR Report

INTRODUCTION OUR SERVICEs OUR WORKFORCE OUR ENVIRONMENTal INITIATIVES OUR COMMUNITY OUTREACH OUR ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OUR GOVERNANCE, COMPLIANCE AND BUSINESS CONDUCT Safety Results We have reduced total recordable injury frequency in the workforce by more than 66 per cent since 2007. A recordable injury is defined as any occupational injury/illness that results in an employee experiencing a fatality, lost time, medical treatment and/or other (restricted work, significant occupational injury, loss of consciousness). We achieved 2.15 days per 200,000 hours worked in 2012. Lost Time Injury Severity (based on the total number of days lost beyond the day of the injury) — declined by 16 per cent in 2012 and is 1.34 days lost per 200,000 hours worked, well below the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) average of 15.96 days lost per 200,000 hours worked. Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate — reduced by 62 per cent based on the total number of lost time injuries related to occupational injuries in the calendar year. I n 2012, Toronto Hydro’s rate was 0.06 lost time injuries per 200,000 hours worked, which was well below the CEA average of 0.79 per 200,000 hours worked. I n 2013, Toronto Hydro will strive to reduce total recordable injury frequency, lost time injury severity and frequency. We’re proud to have received the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA ) P MILLION3 resident’s Award in 2012 for three million hours without a lost time injury. We continue to develop communications and training programs to raise awareness and educate employees on how to prevent further injury. IHSA TORONTO HYDRO 2012 corporate respnosibility report 59


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