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One thing normalized in the culture of safety is the delusional idea that ‘attributed’ measures like LTIFR actually have meaning… Discover more >>>>>

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Difficulties Calculating LTIFR and Other Safety Indicators By Tom Gardener The difficulties often encountered when calculating LTIFR and other safety indicators are not with the calculation itself but with the data that is included in the calculation. What are hours worked? What is a lost time injury (LTI) or a medical treatment injury? How are employee numbers ...… Discover more >>>>>

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Measure Health and Safety Performance Recent article by OHS Reps @ Work. Outlining the negative aspects of using traditional safety performance indicators: Too often, the only measures used in workplaces and by government authorities are 'negative' measures. These are known as outcome indicators, and while they are important, they generally reflect the results of past actions. Outcome indicators ...… Discover more >>>>>

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LTIFR - A Measure of Safety Performance? By Tom Gardener Look at almost any company's annual report and you'll find some comments about what the business is doing to improve their safety performance - usually measured by the number of injuries they've had that year and more specifically how many of those injuries have required time off ...… Discover more >>>>>

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