Safety Performance

We work continuously on enhancing our processes towards zero incident performance.

We present our Health and Safety performance in the period of 2011-2018. This allows us to study trends and analyse dynamics of data in the longer term. We measure our success by frequency of incidents occurred over a set amount of work performed in man-hours. The Graph below shows the Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) and Total Recordable Injury Frequency (TRIF) in KPO.

In 2018, KPO experienced significant increase in a number of Lost Time and Total Recordable injuries. KPO’s 2018 LTIF was 0.29 versus 0.08 in 2017 and the TRIF — 0.50 versus 0.11 in 2017.
We investigate all incidents with a view to preventing their recurrence. We also share lessons learned from our incidents with our contractors and other interested parties, and take lessons from other businesses to improve safety in KPO.

LTI Frequency and TRI Frequency (KPO & Contractors), 2011-2018

In 2018, KPO vehicles travelled a little over 38 mln km as opposed to 39 mln km in 2017.

Road Traffic Incident Frequency (RTIF) per mln km driven decreased from 0.05 in 2017 to 0.03 in 2018 due to occurrence of one severe RTI in 2018 versus two in 2017 — head-on collision of two contractors’ heavy trucks resulting in contractors’ drivers serious injuries; one of them had a fatal outcome.

RTI Frequency (KPO & Contractors), 2011-2018

Peer comparison

We annually review our safety performance against other Oil & Gas production operators. KPO Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are compared to the data annually published by the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP) based on the operators’ performance collected worldwide.

In 2018, the number of our LTIs has increased significantly. Thus, when compared to other peers, KPO LTIF stands above the 2018 IOGP Top 10 and IOGP Average (see Graph № 4). IOGP Safety Performance Indicators are posted annually at

KPO Performance vs IOGP, 2006-2018