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SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2012 DATA

Report No. 2012s (June 2013)

OGP DATA SERIES

ABOUT OGP SAFETY DATA


The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP) has been collecting safety data on a voluntary basis from its member companies globally since 1985. It is the largest database of safety performance in the exploration and production (E&P) industry and includes the employees

www.ogp.org.uk
of member company and their contractors for both onshore and offshore operations. The annual reports provide trend analysis and benchmarking and identify areas and activities that can improve performance.

2012 SAFETY DATA OVERVIEW


The 2012 OGP safety performance indicators show that the fatal accident rate for reporting companies in 2012 is 2.38, a 27% increase compared with 2011. The number of fatalities has increased from 65 in 2011 to 88 in 2012. The 52 separate incidents that caused fatalities include one incident in which 31 people lost their lives. Analysis of the fatal incident descriptions has shown that following the OGP Life Saving Rules (see OGP report 459) may have helped to prevent 79% of the fatal incidents reported in 2012. Forty work force fatalities were identified as being related to process safety events (39 fatalities were related to six separate process safety events). There are a number of common causal factors related to the fatal incidents and high potential events from 2010 to 2012. The top six causal factors each year were: Inadequate hazard identification or risk assessment Inadequate supervision Inadequate work standards/procedures Improper decision making or lack of judgment Unintentional violation (by individual or group) Inadequate training/competence. Personal injury performance shows that the lost time injury frequency (the number of fatalities and lost work day cases per million work hours) has increased by 12% to 0.48 in 2012, and represents an additional 307 lost time injuries. Participating companies reported 53,325 days of lost work through injuries. The total recordable injury rate (the number of fatalities, lost work day cases, restricted work day cases and medical treatment cases per million work hours) was 1.74 in 2012, virtually unchanged compared with 2011 results.
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Number of fatalities and fatal accident rate 2003-2012


FAR - Fatal accidents per 100 million hours worked

120

Fatalities FAR

100
Number of fatalities

80 4 60 3 40 2

20

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Lost time injury frequency and total recordable injury rate per million hours worked
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TRIR LTIF

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

To download the full safety performance report visit OGPs website at:

www.ogp.org.uk/pubs/2012s.pdf
Other OGP data reports include the Environmental Performance Indicators, published every autumn and the Leading Health Performance Indicators, published simultaneously with this report.