SAFETY In FY18, IGO’s people (collectively IGO’s direct employees and our contractor’s on-site) only suffered one serious injury (defined as losing more than two weeks work). The individual injured his shoulder when lifting equipment into a vehicle. Following surgical treatment, he required 29 days off work and a further 41 days on restricted duties. A further four people suffered less serious lost time injuries (i.e. injuries requiring time off work). A further 35 people suffered injuries requiring medical treatment or temporary reassignment to alternate duties. In FY18, IGO employees and contractors worked 2,039,926 hours resulting in a total of 226 of our people sustaining injuries requiring some type of treatment, including minor first aid. This is 34% higher than the 178 injuries that occurred in FY17. In FY18, AngloGold Ashanti’s employees and contractors at Tropicana worked 2,094,511 hours resulting in a total of 174 people sustaining injuries requiring some type of treatment. This is 6.1% higher than the 164 injuries that were recorded during FY17. IGO’s Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) for FY18 was 2.39 injuries per million hours and the Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) of 19.14. Tropicana Operation’s LTIFR, which is not included in IGO’s statistics, for FY18 was 0.47. IGO’s LTI results for FY18 compare favorably to the most recently published averages for the Western Australian nickel mining sector and metalliferous underground mining sector of 3.9 and 2.9 respectively. IGO acknowledges that the significant injuries were painful and caused distress to the injured people, their workmates and their families. We are not satisfied with our overall safety performance. Our clear objective is to improve, and significant organisational effort is being applied to this end. Our goal is to have no significant injuries (defined as any injury requiring medical treatment or time off work). In FY18, IGO had 24 new workers’ compensation claims, compared to 28 in FY17. Nine were unresolved as of 1 July 2018. In addition to injury outcomes, IGO is focused on the potential outcomes; the “near misses”. In FY18, there were 13 incidents where there was the credible potential for a fatality. Whilst each of these events resulted in either no injury or a minor injury, the potential outcomes were acknowledged, and adjustments made to our business practices to mitigate risks and minimise exposure to the hazards involved in the future. Reducing these potential incidents will continue to be a key focus in FY19. Often injuries and “near-miss” incidents can have a wider impact, causing distress not only to the affected individual, but also to their families and workmates. In response to this, IGO will continue its ongoing program to improve safety behaviours, our systems of work and our workplaces with the goal of minimising the risk of harm to our employees in FY19. Site New Workers’ Compensation Claims LTIs RWIs MTIs First Aid Treatment Injuries Totals (excluding Workers’ Compensation Claims) Long 5 0 3 0 9 12 Jaguar 15 2 11 2 68 83 Nova 3 2 12 1 99 114 All other / Exploration 1 1 2 4 10 17 Total for IGO 24 5 28 7 186 226 Tropicana Operation* 10 2 9 8 155 174 Total 34 7 37 15 341 400 LTI – Lost-Time Injury Injuries that result in individuals not being able to work for a time. RWI – Restricted Work Injuries Injuries that require an individual to do something other than their normal job. MTI – Medically Treated Injuries An injury requiring medical treatment. Open claims at the end of the year New claims during the year LTIFR Result TRIFR Result LTIFR Target TRIFR Target FY15 FY15 Number of claims FY16 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY18 35 25 20 15 10 5 0 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 NEW AND OPEN CLAIMS INJURY FREQUENCY RATES – 12 MONTH MOVING AVERAGES FIGURE 16 FIGURE 17 Good health and wellbeing * Tropicana's Total Results (not apoortioned by ownership). 58 — IGO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2018