Safety performance indicators – 2016 data

IOGP Report 2016s

The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, IOGP, has been collecting safety incident data from its member companies globally since 1985. The data collected are entered into the IOGP safety database, which is the largest database of safety performance in the E&P industry.

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IOGP Report 2016s

Safety performance indicators – 2016 data summarises the safety performance of contributing IOGP Member Companies for 2016.

The key indicators presented in the report are:

  • number of fatalities;
  • fatal accident rate;
  • fatal incident rate;
  • total recordable injury rate;
  • lost time injury frequency;
  • number of lost work day cases and number of lost work days;
  • number of restricted duty cases and restricted duty days; and
  • number of medical treatment cases.

The report presents contributing IOGP Members’ global results for these indicators, which are then analysed by region, function and company. A code is used to preserve the anonymity of the reporting company, which will typically report its own data as well
as that of its associated contractors.

The report identifies a number of common causal factors related to the fatal incidents and high potential events for each year since causal factors were first collected in 2010.

This report is published with two separate addendums which provide the narrative descriptions for the fatal incidents and the high potential events selected for their learning value that were reported by participating IOGP member companies. These are available for download from the IOGP public website shortly after the publication of this main report, and are Reports 2016sf and 2016sh respectively.

Additional information

Publication Date

June 2017


Safety performance indicators

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