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incident cause, and any resultant programmatic changes or corrective actions such as
increased training. Please note if the number of fatalities the agency identifies differs
from those OSHA has listed, and explain the discrepancy. 4 of 12 Fatalities/
Events Cause—FY 2010 1
Please continue as needed by going to Appendix II.
Fatality and Catastrophic Accident Investigations
When submitting this report, please include a copy of the summary reports for all
fatality and catastrophic accident investigations, as required under HYPERLINK
p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=11304"29 CFR 1960.70.
C. Overseas Employees
Please provide a summary of your overseas civilian employees. Include the number
overseas employees and how many are covered by the State Department because they
reside on State Department posts. Please describe how the agency ensures the
occupational safety and health of those employees not located at these posts.
D. Significant Trends and Major Causes or Sources of Lost Time Disabilities
1. Tracking accidents
Use your agency’s accident/incident reporting system, supplemental reports to the
OSHA Form 300 logs, and/or OWCP reports to determine and explain any
noticeable trends, major causes, or sources of lost time disabilities that occurred
during FY 2010. FY 2010 Major Trends
Nature (i.e., sprains,
Cause of Injury (i.e.,
slips, handling tools, etc.)
5 of 12 2. Controlling Trends
Describe what your agency has done to control trends and major causes of lost
E. Contract Workers and Volunteers
Please provide the number of contract workers supervised by federal employees and
the number of volunteers employed...
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