In 2008, the IOGP-Ipieca Health Committee published IOGP Report 393 – Health Performance Indicators – a guide for the oil and gas industry.
In 2023, Report 393 was revised to simplify the scoring system, and introduce a more granular list of scores to enable reporting organizations to better reflect their continual improvement efforts.
Updates to the technical content of the HPI elements have been made to:
- reflect the increasing recognition of the importance of mental health in the workplace
- respond to rising numbers of emerging infectious illnesses
- continue to help improve future health performance through preventive actions
- include fatigue and well-being
- separate fitness for task and health surveillance into two elements
The principles described in Report 393 were used to develop two tools which could be used to:
- assess health performance within individual companies
- compare performance between different parts of a company and between participating Companies
Both tools were used in 2022 to gauge health performance between participating IOGP and Ipieca Member Companies; the results are published in this report. 30 Member Companies participated in the 2022 health data reporting exercise. The scope of the health performance indicators reporting differs from that used for the safety, process safety and environmental performance reporting, in that data are included for both upstream and downstream activities.