OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Occupational health management has many facets. Our intention is to manage our work environment in a way that effectively minimises the exposure of our people to hazards that may cause long-term or chronic health impacts. Some hazards are readily managed while some are intrinsically difficult to manage. Specifically, IGO is required to: • determine what our people are actually and potentially exposed to, and assess the risk that these exposures create • determine how best to protect our people from these exposures (known as “controls”) • confirm whether or not the controls have been implemented and are effective, and if they are not, take remedial action • document the above activities in a Hygiene Management Plan, execute the plan, review the results achieved, and update the plan accordingly. During FY18, IGO completed various tasks defined in its Occupational Exposure Monitoring Program (known as CONTAM in Western Australia). No material excess exposures of any type were identified. In FY18, IGO had no claims for industrial disease. Good health and wellbeing 60 — IGO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2018