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Benchmarking Report
November 2016

Hiring Client Benchmarking Report, Canada, 2015 Data

Delivering an analysis of Canadian contractors' health and safety performance data, this publication features key performance indicators (KPIs) such as Total Recordable Frequency (TRF), Lost Time Frequency (LTF), Fatality Rate per 100,000 Employees and Incident Severity (In Days) across six capital-intensive industries.

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Hiring organizations can leverage this data to help establish an objective baseline for contractor performance targets and to evaluate their contractor selection and management strategies. Industries include:

  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Onshore)
  • Midstream Oil & Gas (Pipeline)
  • Downstream Oil & Gas (Refining) & Chemical
  • Utilities, Transmission, Distribution & Power Generation
  • Manufacturing*
  • Mining & Fertilizer Products
*Manufacturing includes Food & Beverage, Paper and Consumer Products



Benchmarking Report
November 2016

Hiring Client Benchmarking Report, Australia & New Zealand, 2015 Data

This publication delivers an analysis of Australia and New Zealand contractors' health and safety performance data, including key performance indicators (KPIs) such as Total Recordable Incident Frequency Rate (TRIFR), Lost Time Incident Frequency Rate (LTIFR) and Fatality Rate per 100,000 Employees.

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Contractor performance data is not only graphed by KPI, but also analyzed by comparing the correlation between TRIFR and LTIFR, and incident rates by the number of contractors a Hiring Client manages. To improve workplace safety, hiring organizations can use this data to help establish a data driven, objective baseline for contractor and companywide performance and to evaluate their contractor selection and management strategies.



Benchmarking Report
November 2016

Hiring Client Benchmarking Report, U.S. Manufacturing, 2015 Data

This publication delivers an analysis of U.S. contractors' health and safety performance data across six capital-intensive industries, including key performance indicators such as Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR), Days Away, Restricted or Job Transfer Rate (DART), Lost Time Case Rate (LTC), Fatality Rate per 100,000 Employees, Injury and Illness Severity (In Days) and Experience Modifier

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To improve workplace safety, hiring organizations can use this data to help establish a data driven, objective baseline for contractor and companywide performance and to evaluate their contractor selection and management strategies. Industries include:

  • Chemical
  • Agriculture, Food & Beverage
  • Manufacturing*
  • Pharmaceutical & Healthcare
  • Paper, Packaging & Building Products
  • Mining & Fertilizer Products
*Manufacturing includes Auto, Steel and Consumer Products



Benchmarking Report
November 2016

Hiring Client Benchmarking Report, U.S. Oil & Gas, Utilities & Power Generation, 2015 Data

This publication delivers an analysis of U.S. contractors' health and safety performance data across five capital-intensive industries, including key performance indicators such as Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR), Days Away, Restricted or Job Transfer Rate (DART), Lost Time Case Rate (LTC), Fatality Rate per 100,000 Employees, Injury and Illness Severity (In Days) and Experience Modifier.

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To improve workplace safety, hiring organizations can use this data to help establish a data driven, objective baseline for contractor and companywide performance and to evaluate their contractor selection and management strategies. Industries include:

  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Onshore)
  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Offshore)
  • Midstream Oil & Gas (Pipeline)
  • Downstream Oil & Gas (Refining)
  • Utilities, Transmission, Distribution & Power Generation



Benchmarking Report
November 2016

Contractor Operator Benchmarking Report, U.S. Oil & Gas, Construction & Facilities Management, 2015 Data

This publication delivers an analysis of U.S. contractors' health and safety performance data across four capital-intensive industries, including key performance indicators such as Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR), Days Away, Restricted or Job Transfer Rate (DART), Lost Time Case Rate (LTC), Fatality Rate per 100,000 Employees, Incident Severity (In Days) and Experience Modifier.

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To improve workplace safety, hiring organizations can use this data to help establish a data driven, objective baseline for contractor and companywide performance and to evaluate their contractor selection and management strategies. Industries include:

  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Onshore)
  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Offshore)
  • Midstream Oil & Gas (Pipeline)
  • Construction Facilities Management*
*Facilities Management includes both Hiring Clients and Contractor Operator customers



Benchmarking Report
September 2016

Contractor Performance Benchmarking By Industry Classifications & Work Types, U.S., 2015 Data

This publication offers comprehensive contractor health and safety performance data across all industries in the U.S. for the year 2015.

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With over 13 billion work hours of activity reported through ISNetworld in 2015 alone, organizations can use this publication to benchmark their company’s health and safety performance to that of their peers by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes and by ISN Work Types. The key performance indicators (KPIs) collected and presented for each industry include:

  • Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)
  • Total Nonfatal Recordable Incident Rate (Nonfatal TRIR)
  • Days Away, Restricted or Job Transfer Rate (DART)
  • Fatality Rate per 100,000 Employees
  • Total Number of Fatalities
  • Incident Severity (In Days)



Benchmarking Report
September 2016

Contractor Performance Benchmarking By Industry Classifications & Work Types, Canada 2015 Data

This report provides thorough contractor health and safety performance data across all Canadian industries for the year 2015.

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Contractors can use this publication to benchmark their organization’s health and safety performance to that of their peers by Workers’ Compensation Industry Code for the following three provinces: Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. For added granularity, this report also provides performance indicators grouped by ISN Work Type designation. The key performance indicators (KPIs) collected and presented for each industry include:

  • Total Recordable Frequency (TRF)
  • Lost Time Frequency (LTF)
  • Total Number of Fatalities
  • Fatality Rate Per 100,000 Employees
  • Incident Severity (In Days)



Benchmarking Report
July 2016

Insurance Requirements for Contractors

This publication delivers analysis of insurance limit and non-limit requirements and data of ISNetworld subscribers. Hiring organizations can leverage this data to help establish data-driven, objective baselines for setting contractor insurance requirements and assess their organizations’ risk management strategies.

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Industries include:

  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Onshore)
  • Upstream Oil & Gas (Offshore)
  • Midstream Oil & Gas (Pipeline)
  • Downstream Oil & Gas (Refining)



Case Study
July 2016

ISNetworld Case Study: Fieldwood Energy

The United States Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) published the Workplace Safety Rule (30 CFR, Subpart S) requiring operators to have a documented Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) program. This case study demonstrates how Fieldwood Energy tracks their contractors’ employee-level qualifications in ISNetworld to meet Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) requirements.

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Key topics covered within this case study include:

  • Part I: The Operator’s Perspective highlighting their change in process and requirements to become SEMS compliant
  • Part II: The Results analyzing Fieldwood’s compliance
  • Part III: Tracking Employee-Level Data in ISNetworld



Benchmarking Report
February 2016

Contractor Performance Benchmarking By Industry Classifications & Work Types – Canada, 2014 Data

This report provides thorough contractor health and safety performance data across all Canadian industries for the year 2014.

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Contractors can use this publication to benchmark their organization’s health and safety performance to that of their peers by Workers’ Compensation Industry Code for the following three provinces: Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. For added granularity, this report also provides performance indicators grouped by ISN Work Type designation.

The key performance indicators (KPIs) collected and presented for each industry include:

  • Total Recordable Frequency (TRF)
  • Lost Time Frequency (LTF)
  • Total Number of Fatalities
  • Fatality Rate Per 100,000 Employees
  • Incident Severity (In Days)


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