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Question 789 January 2013


Your definition of LTIs for benchmarking and comparisons

We are reviewing the way Health, Safety and Wellbeing performance is measured and reported. In order that we can benchmark we wish to understand how other organisations define their performance measures.

Whilst recognising that there is more to measuring performance than looking at accident statistics we want to of explore definitions, in particular, Lost Time Incidents (LTI), one of our key performance indicators, to enable fair benchmarking and comparisons.

Would any Sheiiba members be willing to share their LTI definition or that of any other indicators (both lead and lag) used to measure and report on HSW performance?

 
 

The following 7 companies answered this question:

  • Anglian Water Services - WUK Member
  • Culham Science Centre - Culham Jet
  • De La Rue plc
  • Eli Lilly and Company Limited
  • Pilkington UK Limited
  • Tata Steel Europe
  • Tata Steel Europe

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