Accidents / Incidents resulting in lost time
|Year ending 30 June||2014||2013||2012||2011||2010||2009||2008||2007|
|Hours lost through injury (per million hours worked)||36.7||358.2||310.4||18.60||50.60||86.7||276.7||128.90|
|Injuries resulting in lost time||2||1||1||1||3||6||7||2|
|Lost time injuries per million hours worked||3.3||1.4||1.4||1.4||3.5||7.7||9.1||2.8|
|Average days lost per lost–time injuries||1.5||40.6||7||1.8||1.7||1.5||4||6.2|
|Lost–time injuries per 100 employees (FTEs)2||0.64|
|Serious harm injuries2||0|
|Injuries requiring medical treatment2||8|
|Medical treatment injuries per 100 FTEs2||2.55|
1 Early reports of discomfort or pain due to gradual process conditions are the most numerous type of work-related adverse event experienced by staff. We encourage early reports so that remedial action rather than allowing the condition to be aggravated further.
2 New metrics that are part of the pan-CRI workforce analytics adopted in 2013/14
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