Our industry prides itself on the high standard of safety on our projects and, although safety statistics are only part of the process in ensuring safe working practices, APIA believes that we should publish the pipeline construction safety statistics on our website to allow benchmarking and trends to be established. At the end of each quarter, APIA contractor members will be asked to submit the following lag indicators, all in accordance with AS2885.1:
*This definition does not include instances where the person is medically cleared to resume work, however leave is taken in the interest of the person’s well-being.
|Month||Lost Time Injuries||Medical Treatment Injury||Total Manhours in Quarter||LTIF Rate||TRIF Rate|
*In the third quarter of 2006 there was one fatality.
|Lost Time Injuries||Medical Treatment Injuries||Total Manhours Worked in Year||LTIF Rate||TRIF Rate|
|Year Ended in June 2007||5||36||2,966,397||1.69||13.82|
|Year Ended in June 2008||10||50||4,610,418||2.17||13.01|
|Year Ended in June 2009||7||101||6,034,731||1.16||17.90|
|Year Ended in June 2010||7||54||6,139,961||1.14||9.93|
|Year Ended in June 2011||13||34||6,418,486||2.03||7.32|
|Year Ended in June 2012||7||44||7,268,284||0.96||7.02|
|Year Ended in June 2013||6||52||10,213,190||0.59||5.68|