Outstanding Safety Records Mean Employees Are Able To Work and Support Their Loved Ones
Our Health & Safety results mean the most to us because they help us to measure how well we are keeping our employees safe. While we report our numbers as a rate (which helps us to standardize our global reporting with the U.S. Government method for calculating injury rates), what they really come down to is the number of people who are hurt. Lower rates mean fewer injuries and more people are able to work and support their loved ones. Traditional “temporary” (or subcontracted) employees are also included in these numbers. In the charts below you can see our continuous improvement in our Health and Safety rates over the past several years. These numbers tell a great story, but we still believe we can do better!
Recordable Case Rates
Restricted Duty Case Rates
Day Away Case Rate