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Footnote A: A regulatory contravention is an environmental incident that breaches a regulatory limit (prescribed threshold required by legislation, approval or permit from a regulatory authority) or requirement (any law, act, regulation, license, standard, approval, directive and/or permit applicable to Suncor's activities" and that triggers formal regulatory reporting.
Footnote B: Data includes regulatory fines related to environmental, health and safety contraventions paid during the stated year.
Footnote C: Local is defined as businesses/suppliers in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.
Footnote D: For 2012, this indicator has been rolled up into Suncor-wide performance data.
Footnote E: A lost-time injury requires medical attention and results in an employee being absent from work on the next regularly scheduled work day or any subsequent work day.Lost-time injury frequency is the number of such injuries per 200,000 hours worked.
Footnote F: Recordable injuries include lost time injuries as well as medical aid injuries.Medical aid injuries require medical attention but do not result in an employee being absent from work. Recordable injury frequency is the sum of lost time and medical aid injuries per 200,000 hours worked.
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