Energy Safety Canada’s Performance Metrics Program provides companies with detailed injury and illness reports based on Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) claims data.
This dataset offers Energy Safety Canada an opportunity to research the injury trends and pinpoint specific issues affecting areas in the upstream oil and gas industry. Energy Safety Canada’s analysis of the data can highlight safety issues that impact frontline workers every day. Statistical knowledge of current injury rates allows Energy Safety Canada to target its activities to help reduce injury to workers.
Energy Safety Canada produces a variety of statistical reports on injuries in the oil and gas industry for a variety of stakeholders, including the six oil and gas industry associations. Click to download the Year-over-Year Review of the Health and Safety Performance Dashboard for the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry in Western Canada.
You may contact PMetrics@EnergySafetyCanada.com if you are interested in a custom injury statistical report.
Employer Health and Safety Profile Reports provide a synopsis of an individual company’s health and safety performance, compared with historical performance as well as industry code average. The list of historical claims included with these reports provides insight on recurring injuries and illnesses, which highlight areas of concern for a given employer. Comparing the employer’s premium rate to its industry code’s base rate reveals the direct financial impact of health and safety performance. *Note: this report will only be shared with the company that requested it.
Employer benchmark reports describe how the health and safety issues observed across your peer group or industry relate to your company. Employer benchmark reports identify specific issues most relevant to your company so they may be prioritized and addressed. A sample employer benchmark report for companies operating in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan may be obtained by contacting Energy Safety Canada.
Employer performance ranking reports allow employers to investigate how their performance overall, or specific to a health and safety issue (e.g., motor vehicle accidents), compares to their peer group.
The employer performance heat map illustrates both the number of claims which have occurred and the risk of injury in a group of employers or facilities. This report can be generated based on overall performance or performance specific to an issue (e.g., low back injuries).
Industry Sector Profile Reports compare a particular industry code’s health and safety performance with that of the oil and gas industry as a whole. These reports highlight target issues of concern for the industry code and help further understanding of health and safety performance issues common to a given industry code.
Level 1 industry reports identify the health and safety issues of highest priority to your peer group or industry. The level of detail provided in Level 1 industry reports far surpasses the information provided by regulators, like provincial Workers’ Compensation Boards. A sample of an Energy Safety Canada Level 1 industry report may be obtained by contacting Energy Safety Canada.
Issue Specific Reports analyze a specific issue – an event or exposure highlighted in the Industry Code Profile Report – for a specific industry code. By trending and evaluating the target issue, effective and specific solutions can be developed.
Level 2 issue reports describe individual health and safety issues at the level of detail stakeholder groups need to design effective interventions. Level 2 issue reports describe issue specific performance, the characteristics of the workers typically injured, and the context of the accidents resulting in injury or illness. A sample level 2 issue report may be obtained by contacting Energy Safety Canada.
You may contact PMetrics@EnergySafetyCanada.com if you are interested in a custom injury statistical report
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