accident frequency rate

accident frequency rate

[′ak·sə‚dent ′fre·kwən·sē ‚rāt]
(industrial engineering)
The number of all disabling injuries per million worker-hours of exposure.
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Nigel Valvona, SC Site Construction Health & Safety Programme Manager, emphasised that safety continues to be a top priority for the SC, with over 83mn man-hours worked across all projects so far and an accident frequency rate of just 0.
Voith has been a leading company in the field of occupational health and safety in its industry for many years as confirmed by numerous key figures: For example, its low accident frequency rate, which averages 1.
In June, the company achieved a significant milestone, having operated without a single reportable accident for 12 months, leading to a reportable accident frequency rate (RAFR) of zero - an achievement few in its industry have ever matched.
With currently over 52,000 people working to deliver the metro Phase One, the accident frequency rate (AFR) is 0.
Sobti also said BHEL has won five ' national safety awards' for outstanding achievements in terms of the longest accident free period and lowest accident frequency rate at their works.
Coverage for physical damage due to a crash and for losses not caused by crashes but by wind, floods and other natural elements and by theft (comprehensive coverage) is less likely to change but may become cheaper if the potentially higher costs to repair or replace damaged vehicles is more than offset by the lower accident frequency rate.
The accident frequency rate (AFR) showed that 62 percent of the total 68,650 workers in the food industry will suffer an over three-day accident during their working lifetime.
Mr Davies' efforts were part of 62 million hours of work, with an accident frequency rate of 0.
9 million in plant and machinery, saw its safety performance improve by 22 per cent, cutting its accident frequency rate (AFR) to 0.
NORTH-EAST builder Rok, which has an office in Middlesbrough, is refusing to rest on its laurels after more than halving its accident frequency rate.
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