The Health and Safety Policy sets out Snam Group’s commitment to ensuring the safety and health of workers
All Snam units are equipped with health and safety management systems developed according to the internationally recognised standard, ISO 45001
In 2020, the number of accidents recorded for employees were 3, while those recorded for contractors were 2
The commitment of the Snam group to ensuring the health and safety of its workers is embodied in the Health and Safety Policy , combining environment and quality.
Actually the protection of the health and safety of its workers has always been at the heart of the Company's attention, considering the nature of the activities carried out by its employees on site and the operations required, for example, in infrastructure construction. To properly monitor this issue, all company activities are governed by management systems certified according to ISO 45001 on health and safety at work and the adoption of good practices, promoted and shared with suppliers.
The Group's efforts have made it possible to maintain low injury rates, both for employees and contractors: in 2020, there were a total of 5 injuries (7 in 2019), of which 3 occurred to Snam Group employees (2 in 2019), all of which occurred in companies in the non-regulated sector (2 in Cubogas and 1 in Mieci), and 2 to contract suppliers (5 in 2019), of which one, unfortunately, was fatal.
Health and Safety training and Zero Accident Award
|Hours of HSE training delivered||8,154||20,291||25,219|
Much of the awareness and training activities have been promoted to implement prevention and improvement plans focused on reducing accidents, one of Snam’s primary objectives. These actions have resulted in a significant reduction in employee accident data, and a number of organisational units have succeeded in reaching or maintaining the target of zero accidents. In order to raise awareness among employees on the safety issue, in 2011 Snam established an initiative called the “Zero Accident Award”, which rewards employees who go 365 consecutive days without an accident in the workplace. Personnel taking part in the initiative is divided into homogenous groups according to working activities. In 2020, 10 homogenous teams received the award involving a total of 1,535 employees.
Accidents at work
|Total employee accidents||3||2||4|
|Total contractor accidents||2||5||3|
Accidents at work - Employees and contract workers frequency index
Accidents at work - Employees and contract workers severity index
Frequency index: Number of non-commuting accidents with incapacity of at least one day, per millions hours worked
Gravity index: Number of working days lost in relation to accidents at work resulting in absence of at least one day, per thousands hours worked. Data includes fatal accidents.
In-depth analysis is carried out to determine the actual cause of an accident, identify the appropriate corrective action, implement improvements and act on the behavioural styles of the people involved.
In addition to reducing the number of accidents at work, another priority for Snam is precisely the protection of the health of workers.
Snam constantly monitors the risk factors associated with its company personnel, as well as those of workers exposed to specific, risks and defines ad hoc prevention and protection measures that are implemented by carrying out appropriate periodic health checks, which include:
- Medical visits
- Periodic medical examinations
- Environmental surveys
To find out more about medical visits and medical examinations read the page about Social group Indicators
In addition, Snam offers to its employees initiatives and services relating to health and well-being in the welfare system. To learn more, read the Employee Initiatives page
05 May 2021 - 09:29 CEST