The injury rate has fallen from over 2 in 2005 to only 0.35 accidents per million of worked hours in 2013. To achieve these important results, to keep them and mainly to continue to improve aiming at "zero injuries" , eni has improved plants and technologies and has put in place the best procedures and management systems. Furthermore eni has identified and implemented specific projects as "eni in safety" in order to enhance and consolidate a strong "culture of safety".

The “eni in safety” project

Eni works in a changing and challenging context with men and women who come from eighty five Countries engaged in projects around the world. But one aspect is common to all: the passion for safety, people health and the environment protection.

Among the training initiatives related to safety which affect people's culture and behavior, the most important is the "eni in safety" project launched in 2012 aiming at making the culture of safety more and more strong in eni by disseminating the values of safety ​​within the organization, supporting managers as active promoters of culture and behavior oriented to excellence in safety.

Eni aims at developing “safety leaders” that strongly support a culture in which safety is a driving value and who are truly committed in becoming a model for safety. Every day. Everywhere.

  • The "eni in safety" project in numbers (March 2012 - December 2014) :
    • people involved: about 20,000 of which over 12,000 people previously engaged (about 1,250 abroad);
    • total investment in the three-year period: about euro 6 million.
  • The training course is made by 4 phases through a cascade process, from the top management of each eni's subsidiary/division to all the people, which allows an overall involvement and dissemination of the key messages starting from the analysis of a real case of serious injury occurred.
    • One Day Event: an event involving the top management of each eni's subsidiary / division and aimed at creating a "safety vision" specific for each entity and that will be shared in the subsequent events to reinforce the commitment of the program;
    • Further workshop: dedicated to the middle management with the aim to internalize the vision and enhance the individual commitment through the active involvement of the participants in order to prepare them for the next cascading;
    • Cascade: communication / awareness meeting addressed to a wider audience and held by the middle management previously involved;
    • Five Stars: further training dedicated to people involved in the operations and aimed at learning interaction models and effective feedback to ensure individual and collective safety conditions necessary to achieve excellent safety performance.