|Increase representation of women in middle and senior management roles.||Through internal promotion and improved retention, senior female representation increased to 13.8% in 2015.||■||Increase representation of women in middle and senior management roles.|
|Increase overall percentage of women employed by Woodside.||The percentage of women at Woodside increased in 2015 to 28.2%.||■||Increase overall percentage of women employed by Woodside.|
|Achieve 30.0% female representation on Woodside Board by 2016.||There was no change to Board membership in 2015.||
■||Achieve 30.0% female representation on Woodside Board by 2016.|
|Woodside Australian-based workforce to reflect the demographics of the Western Australian Indigenous population by 2015 (3.3%).||Our Indigenous workforce represents 2.7% of our Australian-based workforce.||■||Increase percentage of Indigenous people employed by Woodside.|
|Conduct employee survey to assess employee engagement and enablement.||Survey conducted with a 79% response rate. Results show an 11% increase in engagement levels and a 5% increase in enablement.||■|||
* Additional People targets are reported on pages
31 of the Sustainable Development Report|
Achieve a total recordable incident rate (TRIR) target of 2.0 to demonstrate sustained progress towards global
top-quartile health and safety performance by 2017.
|2015 TRIR was 1.71, representing a 10% improvement from 2014.||■||Achieve a TRIR target of 1.5 to demonstrate sustained progress towards global top-quartile health and safety performance by 2017.|
|An outcome of zero Tier 1 process safety events (PSEs) and three or fewer Tier 2 PSEs in 2015.||Zero Tier 1 PSEs and two Tier 2 PSEs.||■||An outcome of zero Tier 1 PSEs and three or less Tier 2 PSEs in 2016.|
|Maintain a low level of environmental incidents – three or fewer reportable environmental incidents to regulators.||Two environmental incidents were reported to regulatory authorities as part of our licence conditions. The incidents were of minor environmental impact.||
■||Maintain a low level of environmental incidents – three or fewer environmental incidents that are required to be reported to regulatory authorities as part of our licence conditions.|
|Flaring intensity less than 11 t/kt.|
- Including Balnaves (from August 2015) is 9.2 t/kt.
- Excluding Balnaves is 8.4 t/kt.
|■||Flaring intensity less than 9 t/kt.|
|Review Woodside’s environment standards against good industry practice and top-quartile performance of our oil and gas peers.||Benchmarking completed and results included in strategic plan.||■||Reduction of energy intensity by 1% (TJ per kt of hydrocarbon production) in 2016.|