Safety data reporting user guide – 2014 data

IOGP Report 2014su

The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, IOGP (formerly the E&P Forum), has been collecting global safety incident data from member companies since 1985. The IOGP safety database is the largest database of safety incident statistics in the industry.

The principal purpose of the data collection is to annually record and analyse the global event and incident statistics of IOGP member companies in the areas of occupational safety, process safety, and motor vehicle safety. The annual report produced provides the information required to analyse industry incident trends, benchmark performance and identify subject areas and activities where focused efforts can be made to effect the greatest improvements.

This Guide has been developed to assist Member companies in accurately completing their annual safety data report to IOGP; this document supersedes IOGP Report No. 2013su.

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IOGP Report 2014su

The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, IOGP (formerly the E&P Forum), has been collecting global safety incident data from member companies since 1985. The IOGP safety database is the largest database of safety incident statistics in the industry.

The principal purpose of the data collection is to annually record and analyse the global event and incident statistics of IOGP member companies in the areas of occupational safety, process safety, and motor vehicle safety. The annual report produced provides the information required to analyse industry incident trends, benchmark performance and identify subject areas and activities where focused efforts can be made to effect the greatest improvements.

This Guide has been developed to assist Member companies in accurately completing their annual safety data report to IOGP; this document supersedes IOGP Report No. 2013su.

Additional information

Theme

Publication Date

2015

Report Number

2014su

Topic

Safety performance indicators

Document type

User guide

Data Series

2014