Key Performance Indicators to criteria 14 to 16

Key Performance Indicator GRI SRS-403-9: Work-related injuries
The reporting organization shall report the following information:

a. For all employees:
i. The number and rate of fatalities as a result of work-related injury;
ii. The number and rate of high-consequence work-related injuries (excluding fatalities);
iii. The number and rate of recordable work-related injuries;
iv. The main types of work-related injury;
v. The number of hours worked.

b. For all workers who are not employees but whose work and/or workplace is controlled by the organization:
i. The number and rate of fatalities as a result of work-related injury;
ii. The number and rate of high-consequence work-related injuries (excluding fatalities);
iii. The number and rate of recordable work-related injuries;
iv. The main types of work-related injury;
v. The number of hours worked.

You will find the remaining numbers c-g of the indicator SRS 403-9 in the GRI standard and may additionally report them here.


Key Performance Indicator GRI SRS-403-10: Work-related ill health
The reporting organization shall report the following information:

a. For all employees:
i. The number of fatalities as a result of work-related ill health;
ii. The number of cases of recordable work-related ill health;
iii. The main types of work-related ill health.
b. For all workers who are not employees but whose work and/or workplace is controlled by the organization:
i. The number of fatalities as a result of work-related ill health;
ii. The number of cases of recordable work-related ill health;
iii. The main types of work-related ill health.

You will find the remaining numbers c-e of the indicator SRS 403-10 in the GRI standard and may additionally report them here.

Occupational health and safety   
Group 1) 2018
Accident statistics 2)  
Reportable occupational accidents 231
Resulting days of absence3) 5,820
Fatal occupational accidents 0
Rate per 1,000 workers4) 26.55
1)Including apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns. 
 

2)Injuries requiring first aid are also recorded whenever employees attend Munich Airport’s medical center. 
 
 
3)These are calendar days and are counted from the day following the work accident. 
 

4)Reportable occupational accidents * 1,000 / annual average actual employee capacity (EC)
 

Aircraft handling on the ground is a critical area for occupational health and safety measures at Munich Airport. This is why FMG publishes additional accident statistics for employees who work in aircraft handling.  

Occupational illnesses1)    
  2018 2018
In % Group 2) FMG
Reported occupational illnesses 4 4
1)Including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns 
 
 
2)2018 without HSD.


Sick leave1)      
Group 2) 2018
In % Women Men Total
Illness rate2) 7.48 8.74 7,983)
       
FMG 2017
In % Women Men Total
Illness rate2) 5.1 8.9 7.3
 1)Including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns 
 
 
2)Hours off sick in relation to planned working hours, including rehabilitation, therapy programs, treatment, and so on. Relates to the total number of employees as per 1). 
 

3)Excluding InfoGate, LabCampus, MAI and MUCreal  

Key Performance Indicator GRI SRS-403-4: Worker participation on occupational health and safety
The reporting organization shall report the following information for employees and for workers who are not employees but whose work and/or workplace is controlled by the organization:

a. A description of the processes for worker participation and consultation in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the occupational health and safety management system, and for providing access to and communicating relevant information on occupational health and safety to workers.

b. Where formal joint management–worker health and safety committees exist, a description of their responsibilities, meeting frequency, decision-making authority, and whether and, if so, why any workers are not represented by these committees.

The Occupational Health & Safety, Occupational Medicine (MediCare), and Corporate Health and Social Management divisions are primarily responsible for occupational health and safety within the Group. They work closely with the employer and the works council. This cooperation forms a solid foundation for the sustainable and systematic development of preventative measures that benefit the health and safety of employees in their daily work. The occupational safety management system ensures that strategic projects are integrated into everyday life, and develops innovative solutions and prevention approaches for this.  
 
The occupational safety management system also ensures that operations run smoothly while setting up and tracking processes, and establishes transparency and clarity with respect to legal and operational requirements as well as to behavior that promotes occupational safety.  
 
The occupational safety policy was developed as part of the occupational safety management system that was implemented at FMG and AE in 2015. The approaches and objectives in the area of occupational health and safety apply to FMG and all subsidiaries (excluding MediCare and AeroGround Berlin). The executive management and managers operate a forward-looking preventive occupational health and safety system and introduce the measures necessary to prevent work-related accidents, injuries, and illnesses. The Occupational Health and Safety subunit provides Group-wide support to ensure that the H&S policy is implemented and followed.


MediCare
The MediCare Flughafen München Medizinisches Zentrum GmbH provides a broad range of medical services with a highly specialized team of doctors and nurses. This includes providing emergency care to passengers, visitors, and employees as well as occupational health and flight physician services. The Munich Airport Clinic GmbH, a private clinic with 9 beds, was opened in June 2018, in addition to the AirportClinic M with 8 beds. Inpatient care is provided in the areas of orthopedics, surgery, and plastic surgery.  


Corporate Health and Social Management 
The Corporate Health and Social Management department is an independent department within the HR division. It is responsible for implementing a standardized health management system in consideration of scientific findings and through the use of modern tools and methods.  
 

Occupational Health & Safety
In addition to Flughafen München GmbH, the Occupational Health & Safety division also oversees all subsidiaries (except for MediCare and AeroGround Berlin) as well as multiple external companies on the campus. In order to comply with the legal requirement (Occupational Safety Act) of «linking occupational safety with the management of an organization», the senior specialist for occupational health and safety reports all health and safety issues directly to the Chair of the Executive Board.  
 
For accident reporting and analysis purposes, all relevant data is logged in a central IT system, EcoWebDesk, where it can be accessed for further evaluation. This allows FMG to derive and implement measures and verify their effectiveness, which creates meaningful accident statistics.  
 
Process reviews are conducted as required on the basis of legal and operational requirements in order to maintain high quality in occupational safety and health protection. In addition, internationally recognized indicators are included in this evaluation, which permits comparisons with other international airports. Information on the lost-time incident rate will therefore also be collected in the future. Apart from the ongoing KPI-based evaluations, consultations with stakeholders (e.g., works councils and occupational medicine) provide trend-setting insight for process optimization.     
 

Members of the works council are permanent representatives on the health and safety committee.  
The voice of the employee is a valuable factor in corporate decisions. Employees have numerous opportunities to get involved in committees that are required by law or other working groups, i.e. the Supervisory Board, Youth and Trainees Council, Council for Employees with Disabilities, company health management working group, or company sports club.    
  
Members of the works council (trade union representatives) are permanent representatives on the health and safety committee. Most of the overarching regulations in the company culminate in works agreements with the works council, which currently has 31 members. In recent years, employee representatives have worked together with the employer to conclude important company agreements, for example in relation to home and mobile offices, employee reviews, and the promotion of professional qualification.    
 
Company agreements are concluded between the employer and the works council and impact directly on the working conditions of employees. They represent binding standards for all employees of a company.

Key Performance Indicator GRI SRS-404-1: Average hours of training
The reporting organization shall report the following information:

a. Average hours of training that the organization’s employees have undertaken during the reporting period, by:
i. gender;
ii. employee category.

Average training hours1)    
  20182)  
  Group FMG
Average hours of training per employee 15.9 9.2
Per male employee 16.6 9.6
Per female employee 14.3 7.9
Per manager3) 16.1 12.6
Per employee (without managerial responsibilities) 15.9 8.9
1)Average number of hours spent on professional development, training, and seminars (excluding aviation security courses) per employee (excluding apprentices, employees in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns) as at December 31. 
 

2)Excluding LabCampus, MUCreal, FM Bau and Infogate 
 

3)First- to fourth-tier managers excluding the Executive Board of FMG 

Key Performance Indicator GRI SRS-405-1: Diversity
The reporting organization shall report the following information:

a. Percentage of individuals within the organization’s governance bodies in each of the following diversity categories:
i. Gender;
ii. Age group: under 30 years old, 30-50 years old, over 50 years old;
iii. Other indicators of diversity where relevant (such as minority or vulnerable groups).

b. Percentage of employees per employee category in each of the following diversity categories:
i. Gender;
ii. Age group: under 30 years old, 30-50 years old, over 50 years old;
iii. Other indicators of diversity where relevant (such as minority or vulnerable groups).

Age structure of employees            
Group 2018          
   Women Proportion in %2)  Men Proportion in % 2)  Total Proportion in % 2)
Age structure of employees1)            
Under 30 years 632 6.57 900 9.35 1,532 15.92
30 to 50 years 1,762 18.30 3,260 33.87 5,022 52.17
Over 50 years 796 8.27 2,276 23.64 3,072 31.91
Total 3,190 33.14 6,436 66.86 9,626 100.00
             
FMG 2018          
   Women Proportion in % 2)  Men Proportion in % 2)  Total Proportion in % 2)
Age structure of employees1)            
Under 30 years 221 5.09 250 5.75 471 10.84
30 to 50 years 564 12.98 1,477 33.99 2,041 46.97
Over 50 years 236 5.43 1,597 36.75 1,833 42.19
Total 1,021 23.50 3,324 76.50 4,345 100.00
1)Reporting date: 31.12.: excluding apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, interns 
 
 
2)All percentages are based on the total number of employees as per 1).


Total number of employees (Group): 9,986

Total number of employees (FMG): 4,407


Managers1)    
Group 2018  
    Proportion in %
Total managers 732 7.60 1)
Women 174 1.81 1)
Men 558 5.08 1)
Age structure of managers    
Under 30 years 31 4.23 2)
30 to 50 years 373 50.96 2)
Over 50 years 328 44.81 2)
     
FMG 2018  
    Proportion in %
Total managers 412 9.48 1)
Women 61 1.40 1)
Men 351 8.08 1)
Age structure of managers    
Under 30 years 5 1.21 2)
30 to 50 years 61 39.08 2)
Over 50 years 246 59.71 2)
1) Reporting date December 31: Proportion of managers relative to the total number of employees. 
 

2) Proportion of managers relative to the total number of managers.



Employing disabled employees  
Group 2018
Number of employees with limiting disabilities1) 698
Proportion of disabled staff in %2) 6.99
   
FMG 2018
Number of employees with limiting disabilities1) 488
Proportion of disabled staff in %2) 10.94
 1)Degree of disability of at least 30 within the meaning of equality under Book IX of the Social Security Code 
 

2)Proportion of employees with disabilities as per  1) based on the average total employees, including apprentices and workers in minor employment and excluding temporary workers and interns. 2017 excluding HSD. From 2018 excluding MAI, InfoGate, LabCampus, and MUCreal



Nationalities1)        
Group 2018      
  Women Men Total Proportion in %2)
Employee nationalities, overall picture 3,331 6,572 9,903  
German nationals 2,633 4,880 7,513 75.87
Foreign nationals 698 1,692 2,390 24.13
         
FMG 2018      
  Women Men Total Proportion in % 2)
Employee nationalities, overall picture 1,090 3,409 4,499  
German nationals 1,036 2,994 4,030 89.58
Foreign nationals 54 415 469 10.42
1)Reporting date: December 31: Total workforce including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns. 
 

2)ll percentages are based on the total number of employees as per 1).


 

Key Performance Indicator GRI SRS-406-1: Incidents of discrimination
The reporting organization shall report the following information:

a. Total number of incidents of discrimination during the reporting period.

b. Status of the incidents and actions taken with reference to the following:
i. Incident reviewed by the organization;
ii. Remediation plans being implemented;
iii. Remediation plans that have been implemented, with results reviewed through routine internal management review processes;
iv. Incident no longer subject to action.

There were no reported cases of discrimination during the reporting period.
Industry-specific additions

Occupational illnesses1)    
  2018 2018
In % Group 2) FMG
Reported occupational illnesses 4 4
1) Including apprentices, excluding workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns 
 
 
2) Excluding eurotrade


Occupational health and safety  
Group 1) 2018
Accident statistics 3)  
Reportable occupational accidents 231
Resulting days of absence4) 5,820
Fatal occupational accidents6) 0
Rate per 1,000 workers4) 26.55
   
Workers in ground handling Munich5) 2018
Accident statistics 2)  
Reportable occupational accidents 101
Resulting days of absence3) 2,900
Fatal occupational accidents 0
Rate per 1,000 workers4) 49.49
   
FMG1) 2018
Accident statistics 2)  
Reportable occupational accidents 84
Resulting days of absence3) 2,464
Fatal occupational accidents 0
Rate per 1,000 workers4) 26.55
Workers in ground handling in Berlin5) 2018
Accident statistics 3)  
Reportable occupational accidents 26
Resulting days of absence3) 741
Fatal occupational accidents 0
Rate per 1,000 workers4) 55.13
1)Including apprentices, workers in minor employment, temporary workers, and interns. 
 

2)Injuries requiring first aid are also recorded whenever employees attend Munich Airport’s medical center. 
 

3)These are calendar days and are counted from the day following the work accident. 
 
 
4)Reportable occupational accidents * 1,000 / annual average actual employee capacity (EC). 
 

5)Ground handling employees working for FMG and employees and temporary workers at AeroGround. 
 

6)In 2018, a fatal work accident occurred at Munich Airport. As the person in question was an employee of a third company, the accident is not included in these statistics.