ISN Publishes Second Edition of Canadian Contractor Health & Safety Performance Indicators Publication Series
ISN has published its second annual Canadian Health & Safety Performance Indicators publication series. Developed from over two billion Canadian work hours of activity reported in 2013 within its online contractor management platform, ISNetworld, this two-part series provides contractor health and safety key performance indicator (KPI) statistics.
The Contractor Performance Benchmarking by Hiring Clients, Canada report presents data across the upstream (onshore) oil & gas, midstream (pipeline) oil & gas, manufacturing and utilities, power generation and distribution industries. The KPIs presented within this publication include total recordable frequency (TRF), lost time frequency (LTF), fatality rate and incident severity (in days). This information helps hiring organizations assess how their contractors’ health and safety performance compares to that of their industry peers.
“Hiring organizations can use these metrics as a tool to help establish an objective baseline and benchmark their contractors’ performance,” said Dag Yemenu, ISN Vice President of Technical & Customer Services. “This resource serves as a valuable tool as hiring organizations evaluate their current contractor selection and management strategies.”
ISN is pleased to introduce its newest publication, the second in this series, titled Contractor Performance Benchmarking by Workers’ Compensation Industry Codes & Work Types, Canada. This report delivers contractor health and safety performance information by Workers’ Compensation industry codes and ISN Work Types. The KPIs featured within this report include: TRF, LTF, fatality rate, total number of fatalities, incident severity (in days), Workers’ Compensation rate and Workers’ Compensation percent variance. Service providers can use this data to benchmark their companies’ performance against their industry peers.
“The statistics provided within these publications offer hiring organizations and contractors unique insight into areas of improvement within their field,” said Joseph Eastin, ISN President & CEO. “We look forward to continuing to provide leading industry resources for strengthening workplace safety around the globe.”
Visit the ISN Publications page to request your copy of these reports.