Congratulations On 20 Consecutive Years of Steadily Excelling Safety Performance

May 13, 2019
This chart was taken from immediate past Assistant Secretary of Labor (OSHA) Dr. David Michaels' presentation at MCAA's 2019 Safety Directors' Conference.

MCAA member safety performance has steadily excelled since the association kicked off its perpetual Safety Excellence Initiative in 1998. Among participants in the association’s annual Safety Statistics and Awards Program, the aggregate incidence rates for recordable injury cases, lost workday cases, and fatality cases dropped substantially between 1998 and 2018. MCAA congratulates you for 20 consecutive years of safety excellence and looks forward to helping you continue to achieve it over the next 20 years and beyond.

MCAA Member Aggregate Incidence Rates19982018
Recordable Cases Incidence Rate8.21.2
Lost Workday Cases Incidence Rate3.9.2
Fatality Cases Incidence Rate.60

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