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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Result: Employee accident frequency rate in Singapore has come down to 1.41, below the global average of 2.8.
The total man hours on the project exceeded 450mn at an accident frequency rate of 0.021, one the lowest in any mega project across the world.
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 0.036 which is most probably the lowest ever achieved in such a mega project."
A random parameter of the segment length that is normally distributed with a mean of 1.033 and standard deviation of 0.989 indicates that the effect of segment length decreases the severe injury accident frequency rate on 14.83% of the observed segments and increases the rate on 85.17% of the observed segments.
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 number of vehicle-related workers compensation claims, now responsible for a large but decreasing portion of claim costs according to the National Council on Compensation Insurance, should continue to drop as will the share of healthcare and disability insurance costs related to auto accidents.
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.
It was all confidential - they didn't even tell us our role until the week leading up to the event." Mr Davies' efforts were part of 62 million hours of work, with an accident frequency rate of 0.17 per 100,000 hours, that went into the stadium.
The accident frequency rate for the company, acquired last year by Pfizer Inc., dropped 37 percent, and the rate of severe injuries fell commensurately, he said.
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