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ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE

This refers to the number of occupational accidents or disease incidences that are reported for compensation settlement by individual employers on behalf of their respective workers in a given period. Accident experience can either take on an individual perspective, where the phenomenon is looked at from a single employer’s point of views such as employer ABC or a collective perspective where it is looked at from the group’s point of view such as sector, industry, the business class, etc.

The table below depicts the accident experience for the various business classes as per the Board’s nomenclature for the period 1st October 2019 to 31st December 2019 compared to the period 1st June 2019 to 30th September 2019;

 

ACCIDENT REPORT - Quarter 3 Vs. Quarter 2

CODE

BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION

Q3
DEC-19

Q2
SEP-19

CHANGE
(+/-)

CUMM
(YTD)

101

Agriculture, Forestry,etc

23

44

-21

95

201

Banking, Finance, Insurance etc

2

4

-2

9

301

Building Constructions, etc

35

61

-26

146

401

Charitable, Religious, Political and Trade Organizations etc

1

3

-2

10

501

Chemical Industry etc

5

11

-6

26

601

Educational Services etc

4

5

-1

13

701

Entertainment, Sport etc

0

0

0

2

801

Food, Drink, Tobacco, etc

22

33

-11

85

1001

Iron and Steel Industry, etc

23

32

-9

83

1101

Leather Industry etc

2

1

1

4

1201

Local Authorities etc

1

0

1

2

1301

Medical Services

0

1

-1

2

1401

Mining (Coal and Metals) Scheduled Mines

49

57

-8

153

1501

Personal Services, Hotels, etc

26

12

14

56

1601

Printing Publishing & Paper Industry etc

0

1

-1

2

1701

Professional Services

5

7

-2

20

1801

Textile Industry, etc

2

1

1

4

1901

Trade, Commerce, etec

16

17

-1

42

2001

Transport, Communication etc

17

20

3

47

2101

Wood and Furniture Industry

8

8

0

32

#

TOTAL CASES RECIEVED

249

335

-86

864