EPCI Project for Oil & Gas Industry: Definition of HSE Statistics

The Economic growth in Indonesia has been absorbing a great deal of human resources. In the other hand, the elevation of economic growth also bring the large number of work accidents and occupational diseases caused by less than optimal implementation of OHS (SMK3) in the workplace. An attempt to reduce the number of work accidents is to apply the values of SMK3 (Sistem Manajemen Keselamatan & Kesehatan Kerja) or OHS (Occupational Health & Safety). Let us care for each other. Let’s say, “I choose to be safe”. Herein I am sharing to You about definition of HSE statistics:

Anomalies : Observation and Reporting

Anomaly / Unsafe Situation: A condition or an act having the potential to become or cause an incident. Nothing happened but potential severity is equal to or greater than “Minor” in at least one of the three fields of consequence: human injury, damage to the environment and equipment / material / production loss.

Incident

Incident: Any event or a chain of events which has caused or could have caused any or all of the following consequences:

  • fatality (also an “accident”),
  • injury / occupational injury (also an “accident”),
  • damage / loss to the environment,
  • material / production loss,
  • a near miss or minor damage.

Anomalies or unsafe situations are not considered as incidents as by definition nothing happened.

On SITE, the classification of incident with human injury will be confirmed by a doctor from COMPANY.

Definiton of Accident Type – MONTHLY HSE STATISTICS REPORT

LOST TIME INJURY (LTI)

A work related injury or illness which renders the injured person unable to perform his normal duties on any day immediately following the day of the accident. It can be divided into four (4) categories:

  1. FATALITY
  2. PERMANENT TOTAL DISABILITY
  3. PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY
  4. LOST WORKDAY CASE (LWC)

NON LOST TIME INCIDENT (NON LTI)

A work related injury or illness other than lost time incident. It can be further divided into three (3) categories:

  1. FIRST AID CASE
  2. MEDICAL TREATMENT CASE
  3. RESTRICTED WORKDAY CASE

NON-INJURIOUS ACCIDENT

  • FIRE/EXPLOSION: Any event involving fire/explosion.
  • PROPERTY / EQUIPMENT DAMAGES/LOSS: Any accident which involves property loss or damage other than fire or explosion.
  • GAS RELEASE
  • OIL SPILL
  • OCCUPATIONAL ILLNESS
  • Other Non-Injurious Accident

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

Any accident involving spillage or release of oil and chemicals which cause pollution of air, water or ground.

NEAR MISS

Any event or condition which whilst not resulting in injury to person or loss or damage to equipment, plant or property, is recognized as having the potential to cause injury and/or property damage.

LOST TIME INJURY FREQUENCY (LTIF)

LTIF = (NO. OF LOST TIME INCIDENT X 1.000.000 ) / ( TOTAL MANHOURS WORKED)

LOST TIME INJURY SEVERITY (LTIS)

LTIS = (NO. OF LOST WORKDAYS X 1.000.000) / (TOTAL MANHOURS WORKED)

RECORDABLE FREQUENCY RATE (RFR)

RFR = ((TOTAL LTI + RESTRICTED WORK + MEDICAL TREATMENT) X 1.000.000) / (TOTAL MANHOURS WORKED)

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