STI/SPFA Safety Award Submission
STI/SPFA sponsors the Safety Awards Program to acknowledge safe and healthy workplaces throughout its Member companies, and recognize the employees who have worked to make this a reality.
Awards and Qualifications
Safety Diamond Club Award
The Safety Diamond Club Award is presented to any fabricator or affiliate member employer who has experienced the appropriate amount of work-hours or time worked without a recordable incident.
The following qualifications apply:
- 100+ Employees – 1,000,000 Work-hours
- 61-99 Employees – 650,000 Work-hours or 5 years
- 31-60 Employees – 450,000 Work-hours or 5 years
- 10-30 Employees – 250,000 Work-hours or 5 years
The following definitions apply:
- 5 consecutive calendar years: For example, one consecutive calendar year would be January 1 – December 31.
Safety Award of Excellence
The Safety Award of Excellence is presented to any fabricator or affiliate member employer who has experienced a ZERO (0.00) OSHA Total Recordable Incident Rate for the previous calendar year.
Safety Award of Achievement
The Safety Award of Achievement is presented to any fabricator or affiliate member employer who has experienced a minimum 10% reduction in the OSHA Total Recordable Incident Rate, with no fatalities, during the 2021 calendar year, as compared with the average Total Recordable Incident Rate for the three previous years.
See sample calculation below:
Calculating Incident Rate for Safety Achievement Award: Example
2021Total Recordable Incident Rate* (OSHA Statistics) 1.7
2020 Total Recordable Incident Rate* (OSHA Statistics) + 1.4
2019 Total Recordable Incident Rate* (OSHA Statistics) + 2.9
Three-year total = 6.0
3-Year Average Total Recordable Incident Rate (2019 – 2021) 6.0 (as above) ÷ 3 = 2.0
2021 Total Recordable Incident Rate (OSHA Statistics) = 1.2
% Reduction = 3 Year Average Rate – 2021 Rate: 2.0 – 1.2 X 100 = 40% reduction
3 Year Average Rate 2.0
*Calculating OSHA Annual Recordable Incident Rate
To calculate the total case rate for all recordable incidents of injuries and illnesses, use the following formula:
Total number of injuries and illnesses x 200,000** ÷ Number of hours worked by all employees = Total Recordable Incident Rate
**The 200,000 multiplier in the sample formula represents hours worked by 100 employees, 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year. It is the standard base for calculating incidents rates.
Entry Rules and Requirements
- The deadline for applications is March 1, 2022 at 11:59 PM CT.
- The operation/facility must be a member of STI/SPFA Member employer: A company, organization or institution as a whole or any geographically and organizationally distinct operation thereof.
- Award recipients will be recognized in a publication to the entire membership and on the STI/SPFA website
Delivery of Award
There are two options for recognition:
- One plaque can be requested per member employer at a cost of $100. Plaques requested for additional plant locations of the same employer are invoiced at cost plus shipping;
- Request a complimentary framed certificate.
Plaque(s) and certificates are shipped to the address provided by the member employer. Note: Plaques cannot be shipped to a PO Box.
The number of hardhat decals requested is invoiced at cost ($0.60 each) plus shipping. Decals will be mailed to the address provided by the member employer.
The deadline for applications is March 1, 2022 at 11:59 PM CT.
Please contact STI/SPFA at 847-438-8265 if you have any questions.
Safety Awards Submission Form
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