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Table 2 provides descriptive statistics of the Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR), Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR), and training hours.
Sarah Sanders Smith, Purdue University North Central Table 1:1 Description of Variables Dependent variables TRIR Total Recordable Incident Rate LTIR Lost Time Incident Rate Independent variables SAFEAUDIT Number of safety audits conducted in a year 1 = 0 2 = 1-5 3 = 6-10 4 = 11-15 5 = 16-20 6 = 21 or more TRNGHRS Number of training hours provided by the company SAFDISP1 The first, second and third disciplinary SAFDISP2 action companies took against an employee when SAFDISP3 they committed a safety infraction.
Contradictory to a popular belief that the number of training hours is an important factor in reducing recordable incident and lost time incident rates, this study found training hours to be an insignificant factor.
As a result, an organization that implements a discipline policy which includes time off or termination for safety infractions should realize a reduction in total recordable incident and lost time incident rates.
The company's upstream and projects division has registered a 352% reduction in the lost time incident rate, an inventory of incidents on lost time due to injury or illness per million hours worked since operations began, said Dolphin Energy general manager Adel Ahmed al-Buainain.
At a ceremony in Phoenix, company executives accepted the 2003 AGA Safety Achievement Award for achieving the lowest lost time incident rate among large transmission companies.
The project has been maintaining world-class safety performance and industry leading results have been achieved including a total recordable incident rate of 0.08 and a lost time incident rate of 0.01.
The EFA would help employers lower their recordable case rate and lost time incident rates. This is important to all employers whose customers set high standards for safety performance and monitor the OSHA incident rates of their contractors and vendors.