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Our data

Monitoring and reporting on our safety performance is essential to ensure the safety, health, and wellbeing of our people. It also helps us to focus on and address risks that are inherent to our industry.

We want our own teams, stakeholders, and others in our industry to learn from the performance data we share.

Our aim is to ensure no one gets hurt. Any injury is one too many and any loss of life related to our operations is unacceptable.



In the case of fatalities, we set a wide boundary for our in-scope public reporting. In contrast with many businesses, which only report employee fatalities on their own premises, we report fatalities involving any of our partners’ employees and contractors (across all tiers in the supply chain) and members of the public, regardless of whether these fatalities occur on Vodafone premises or at other locations, for example, on public roads.

All fatal accidents investigations are reviewed by our CHRO on behalf of the Board and any actions to prevent reoccurrence are implemented.

The long-term trend has seen a significant reduction in fatal accidents across our global business, and while we are heartened by that outcome, we are focused on eliminating fatal accidents from our business.

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Key safety risks

Key safety risks

Our safety strategy focuses on the most significant risks for people working in operational roles in our businesses.

Approach to safety

Approach to safety

Our Code of Conduct makes it clear that everyone working for or on behalf of Vodafone must behave in a safe and responsible manner at all times.