January 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: HPI safety record improves

For the Western Europe downstream oil industry, the number of injuries sustained at work is declining, according to a new report from CONCAWE. Fig. 2 lists the safety performance of member companies f..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

For the Western Europe downstream oil industry, the number of injuries sustained at work is declining, according to a new report from CONCAWE. Fig. 2 lists the safety performance of member companies from 1993 to 1999. Notably, the lost workday injury frequency is lower, with a long-term average of 4.5. Larger improvements were reported in other areas. Fig. 2. Western Europe oil industry safety statistics, 1993 - 1999. The all injury frequency is at 9.4, which is the lowest average for the last five years. The lost workday injury severity, the average number of days lost per incident, has steadily decreased from 25.7 i

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