Tag Archives: Occupational Health
Comparative Analysis of Companies with High Injury Rates with Companies with Low Injury Rates, Phase 1—Methodology
Researchers extracted empirical data from a comprehensive literature review of safety performance factors and conducted a statistical analysis to identify the factors with the highest potential to be safety differentiators. A panel of electric utility occupational health and safety leaders identified potential factors to supplement current knowledge. Researchers then developed an approach to measure these […]
This report presents findings from a four-year study of driver safety in electric utility fleets. Data were collected via a braking-triggered video system deployed on light-utility and travel trucks operated by 39 organizations. The research objective is to inform driver risk management practices and improve fleet safety.
Occupational Health and Safety Database 1995-2013: Injury Surveillance Highlights: Focus on Injury Severity
The Occupational Health and Safety Database integrates personnel, injury, and claims data from 18 companies, enabling the power industry to monitor annual injury and illness trends and benchmark and evaluate intervention programs. Based 19 years of data (1995-2013), this report provides an in-depth statistical analysis of injury rates, types, and, severity, and compares data from […]