NOTE: In 2015, our injury rate remained flat compared to 2014 despite major changes of acquiring Cheminova. Organizational changes typically distract employees which can lead to more injuries. The Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) is a standard measure of occupational safety that is calculated as the number of injuries divided by the number of man-hours worked, normalized to 200,000 hours per year.
LOST WORKDAY CASE INCIDENCE RATE
NOTE: Lost days rate (LDR) = (Total # lost days/Total hours worked) x 200,000
PROCESS SAFETY INCIDENTS
NOTE: Significant process safety incidents are defined as Tier 1 or Tier 2 incidents using the American Chemistry Council (ACC) definitions. Note that significant spills are included in this measure, in addition to other process safety incidents. For more information on ACC's definition of tier 1 and tier 2 incidents, please contact ACC, or call us to discuss questions in more detail.