Employee health.

Health rate.

The health rate at Telekom in Germany remained constant at a high level over the course of the year at approximately 94 percent.

Health rate stable at Deutsche Telekom in Germany.

Group segments in Germany, in %

 20092010Dec. 31, 2011
Germany OS 93,3 93,4 93,5
Europe OS 97,4 97,8 97,7
T-Systems 96,4 96,5 96,2
Group Headquarters and Shared Services 94,0 94,3 93,8
Group (total) 94,0 94,2 94,1

Deutsche Telekom achieved a high level in the area of health, safety and environmental protection. This is shown by awards such as the Corporate Health Award 2010 and certificates granted in 2011 to business areas responsible for the international Group-wide Health, Safety & Environmental Management System. In 2011 we developed web-based training programs as one way of providing executives with better information on their role in workplace health and safety, and to make them aware of their responsibilities. The communication campaign, "Health for all employees," serves the same purpose. The campaign will focus on sports/fitness, diet and mental health throughout 2012.

Reporting against standards.
In combination with data on work-related accidents, the health rate data fully covers the LA 7 (Rates of injury, occupational diseases, lost days, and absenteeism) GRI performance indicator. This data is also relevant for criterion 15 (Diversity and health) of the German Sustainability Code.

Occupational accidents.

The quota of all work and travel-related accidents was reduced from nine to eight accidents per every thousand employees. Fortunately, there were no fatal accidents during the reporting period.

Occupational accidents Deutsche Telekom Group in Germany.

Per thousand employees

Accidents from 2011 have not yet been included in the statistics published to date.

Reporting against standards.
In combination with the health rate, the data on work-related accidents fully covers the LA 7 (Rates of injury, occupational diseases, lost days, and absenteeism) GRI performance indicator. This data is also relevant for criterion 15 (Diversity and health) of the German Sustainability Code.

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