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Unformatted text preview: Support—Summarize your agency’s OSH training efforts and program accomplishments, including any involvement in the Field Federal Safety and Health Councils and other support activities. For those agencies with Certified Safety and Health Committees (see 29 CFR Part 1960, HYPERLINK "https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document? p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=11285" Subpart F) provide a summary of the CSHC’s activities during FY 2010. Accomplishments and Goals—Briefly summarize your agency’s accomplishments for FY 2010 and goals for FY 2011.       3 of 12 Detailed Report Departments with multiple subagencies must provide an overall assessment for the entire department for each section of the report. I. Statistics A. Injury and Illness Statistics 1. Injury and illness rates Use injury and illness data to summarize your agency’s incident experience for total and lost time cases during FY 2010. When reporting your results include a discussion that compares your agency’s current performance performance to that of the prior fiscal year. (You can find OSHA’s injury and illness statistics for all federal departments and many independent agencies at http://www.osha.gov/dep/fap/index.html.) Please identify the source of the data used. FY 2009 Number of Federal Civilian Employees, including full-time, part-time, seasonal, intermittent workers Total Cases Injury/Illness (number of injury/illness cases—no lost-time, first aid, losttime and fatalities) Total Case Rate (rate of all injury/illness cases per 100 employees) Lost Time Cases (number of cases that involved days away from work) Lost Time Case Rate (rate of only the injury/illness cases with days away from work per 100 employees) Lost Work Days (number of days away from work) Lost Work Day Rate (per 100 employees) FY 2010 Change                                                                                                                               2. Facilities with high injury and illness rates Explain how your agency identifies facilities with high injury and illness case rates, particularly those with high lost time case rates, and what was done during the period to improve these facilities' OSH experience.       B. Fatalities and Catastrophic Incidents Use agency data to summarize your agency’s fatal and catastrophic incident cases during FY 2010. For each case, please provide information on the date, time, location, descrip...
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