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Social data table
Our social data from 2004 to 2013.
|Fatal accident rate (FAR)|
|Fatalities per 100 million working hours (employees and contractors)||0.79||1.32||0.96||1.56||2.3||3.4||3.1||5.6||5.0||4.6|
|Total recordable case frequency (TRCF)|
|Injuries per million working hours (employees and contractors)||1.15||1.26||1.24||1.23||1.4||1.8||1.9||2.1||2.5||2.6|
|Lost time injury frequency (LTIF)|
|Lost time injuries per million working hours (employees and contractors)||0.36||0.34||0.36||0.35||0.4||0.6||0.7||0.8||1.0||1.1|
|Total recordable occupational illness frequency (TROIF)|
|Illnesses per million working hours (employees only)||0.77||0.51||0.66||0.76||0.6||1.2||1.5||1.8||2.0||2.1|
|Using armed security (% of countries)||19||17||14||9||17||17||16||15||19||18|
|Using armed company security (% of countries)||3||0||1||1||1||1||2||2||2||2|
|Using armed contractor security (% of countries)||8||10||9||6||10||9||12||9||11||11|
|Gender diversity [A]|
|In supervisory/professional positions (% women)||28.8||28.1||27.3||26.3||26.4||24.7||24.6||23.2||21.8||20.7|
|In management positions (% women)||18.8||18.2||17.6||17.0||16.1||15.3||17.7||16.2||12.9||12.2|
|In senior leadership positions (% women)||17.2||16.2||16.6||15.3||14.0||13.6||12.9||11.6||9.9||9.6|
|Regional diversity [B]|
|% countries with majority of local nationals in senior leadership positions||32||42||34||36||37||32||33||25||36||n/c|
|S||Staff forums and grievance procedures|
|% countries with staff access to staff forum, grievance procedure or other support system||100||100||99||100.0||99.1||100.0||100.0||99.2||100.0||100.0|
|S||Child labour (% countries with specific procedures in place)|
|S||Forced labour (% countries with specific procedures in place)|
|Contractors and suppliers||100||100||97||95||89||n/c||n/c||n/c||n/c||n/c|
|Code of Conduct violations [C]||181||209||226||205||165||204||361||n/c||n/c||n/c|
|S||Contracts cancelled due to incompatibility with Business Principles||22||14||11||40||24||49||35||41||63||64|
|S||Joint ventures divested due to incompatibility with Business Principles||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|$||Contracting and procurement|
|Estimated expenditure on goods and services from locally owned companies in lower-income countries ($ billion) [D][E]||12||14||12||13||12||12||13||10||9||6|
|Social investment [F]|
|$||Estimated voluntary social investment (equity share) ($ million)||159||149||125||121||132||148||170||140||127||106|
|$||Estimated social investment spend (equity share) in lower-income countries ($ million) [G]||74||67||45||61||54||61||65||n/c||n/c||n/c|
[A] Diversity data obtained from our human resources system.
[B] Diversity data obtained from our human resources system. From 2014, we will no longer apply this metric, as it does not reflect expatriation of local nationals for talent development purposes.
[C] Code of Conduct violations reported to our global telephone helpline and dedicated website, and through internal channels.
[D] Estimated expenditure in countries where gross domestic product amounts to less than $15,000 a year per person (source: UNDP Human Development Index 2013).
[E] The 2013 figure is the spend on goods and services by Shell Group Companies. This does not include spend on goods and services in non-operated joint ventures.
[F] Social investment spending varies from year to year depending on business climate, locations and type of activities under way. This is voluntary social investment and does not include social investments made through contractual agreements with host governments, voluntary work by Shell employees and donations of equipment.
[G] Estimated voluntary social investment spending in countries where gross domestic product amounts to less than $15,000 a year per person (source: UNDP Human Development Index 2013).
$ Social investment as well as contracting and procurement data collected via our financial system since 2007.
S Data obtained from an internal survey completed by the senior Shell representative in each country.
n/c = not calculated.