Performance Assessment Safety Reports (Annual)

PAC-Safety Topic Summary
PAC Safety

Overview

Injury, illnesses and (more recently) near-miss safety data is collected each year from CII member companies, both owners and contractors and is reported in CII’s annual Safety Report, first published in 2001.  CII began collecting safety data from member companies in 1989, with electronic reporting beginning in 2000.  The reports present the data provided by CII members and compare it with data obtained from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for the U.S. construction industry overall.  The purpose of these reports is to make the data available to CII member companies, which they can then use for further self-analysis. The reports’ content varies slightly year-to-year, but typically contains the following:
  • That year’s data for both CII companies and the construction industry overall (OSHA)
  • Changes in key metrics from the prior year, with commentary
  • Running graphs presenting key yearly data, from the reporting year back to 1989 (the first year of CII safety data collection)
  • Segment specific data breakouts, including:
    • Owner and Contractor
    • Industry sector (e.g. heavy industrial, commercial)
    • Location (e.g. US, International)
  • Fatalities
  • More recent reports contain additional data such as injury duration.
Whilst the primary purpose of the Safety Reports is to make data available to CII member companies, the reports do reveal some key insights and findings.
 

Key Findings and Implementation Tools

1 : Safety Data

From among CII's membership, 66 organizations submitted their corporate safety statistics for the 2017 calendar year. These data represent a total of 2.9 billion work hours. The TRIR for CII members improved by 15% from 2016 to 2017 while the DART rate remained the same as 2016. (PAC2018-2, p. 4)
 
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Reference: (PAC2018-2)

2 : Fatalities

For the year 2017, the overall fatality rate of CII members decreased to 1.11 from the 1.75 rate reported in 2016. In 2017, 16 fatalities were reported by CII members. The leading cause was contact with objects and equipment, followed by falls. No fatality was reported in the category of assault and violent acts. (PAC2018-2, p. 10)
 
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Reference: (PAC2018-2)

Key Performance Indicators

Improved safety

Research Publications

2018 Safety Summary - PAC2018-2

Publication Date: 08/2018 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 10 Status: Supporting Product

2017 Safety Report - PAC2017-2

Publication Date: 08/2018 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 28 Status: Supporting Product

2016 Safety Report - PAC2016-2

Publication Date: 04/2017 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 53 Status: Supporting Product

2015 Safety Report - PAC2015-2

Publication Date: 05/2016 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 57 Status: Supporting Product

2014 Safety Report - PAC2014-2

Publication Date: 04/2015 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 57 Status: Supporting Product

2013 Safety Report, Version 2.1 - PAC2013-2

Publication Date: 04/2015 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 59 Status: Supporting Product

2012 Safety Report, Version 1.1 - BMM2012-2

Publication Date: 04/2015 Type: Performance Assessment Pages: 57 Status: Supporting Product


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