Financial and
ESG report 2020

Standard activities

Occupational Health and Safety activities are regulated in the Instructions for managing occupational health and safety and fire protection in Bank Millennium. They include standard occupational health and safety topics, fire protection, labor law basics and training in these areas.

In 2020, the catalog of topics was extended by the rules of conduct in the face of the COVID-19-related threats published in the PANDEMIC catalog. Companies are governed by the same regulations. 

The OHS audit activity is a scheduled activity based on the annual audit plan, which covers at least 50% of all the Bank’s branches in any given year. All the materials from reports, post-inspection recommendations or post-accident documentation are then used by the Bank’s relevant organizational units for improvement of safety. 

[GRI 102-15]

The key risks related to failing to observe OHS rules pertain to the possibility of employees sustaining unfavorable health consequences (chiefly falling, getting hit, mental and physical burdens and SARS-CoV-2 infections), the ensuing absence from work and the requirement to disburse damages.  

An effective way of preventing these types of risks is to deliver training to employees and administer regular inspections of offices and the bank’s branches with an eye to compliance with the rules of fire protection and OHS.  

The obligations and objectives for 2021 include increase in the employee safety level through a further consistent application of the adopted solutions in order to eradicate the SARS-CoV-2 infection-related threats. 

[GRI 403-9] Occupational health and safety Group
2020
Bank
2020
Group
2019
Bank
2019
Group
2018
Bank
2018
Accidents at work*  36  34  12  10  8  7 
Fatal accidents 
at work* 
0  0  0  0  0  0 
Lost days ratio**  0.08%  0.07%  0.10%  0.10%  0.04%  0.04% 
Absence ratio***  11.20%  11.85%  7.28%  7.4%  7.18%  7.4% 
OHS training**** – number and % of participants  1,175
(17%) 
1,099
(17%) 
1,465
(23%) 
1,408 
(24%) 
1,340 
(21%) 
1,254 
(21%) 
Branch audits  197  197  185  185  184  184 
* Number of employees who had accidents
** Impact exerted by accidents and occupational disease on employee absenteeism. This indicator is computed by comparing the total number of days lost with the total number of hours planned to be worked. *** Indicator measuring an absent employee’s actual number of days lost expressed as a percentage of the total number of days planned to be worked by employees in this same timeframe.
**** Introductory and periodic training (conducted once every 5 years).

Search results