Architectural/Engineering - (see Operation Code)
Area Office - The DOE government oversight office (federal employees) which manages a DOE Area organization.
Area Organization - A division of a Field Organization, usually comprised of an Area Office together with all contractor and subcontractor organizations under its jurisdiction.
BLS - Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, - references statistical data on the U.S. private sector which are used for comparative purposes. See BLS statistics home site
Contractor - An independent company or consortium of companies who contract with the DOE to carry out work or projects. Organizations are sometimes designated by the name of the facility or site they manage and other times are named for the contracting companies.
Cost Construction - (see Operation Code)
Cost Index - The approximate dollar loss (direct and indirect) per 100 hours worked of all injuries and illnesses, calculated as follows: 100 (1,000,000 D + 500,000 T + 2,000 LWC + 1,000 WDL + 400 WDLR + 2,000 NFC) divided by total workhours. Note: Coefficients in the Cost Index formula are weighting factors which were derived from a study of the direct and indirect dollar costs of injuries.
D - Deaths, the number of occupational fatalities.
DAFW - (Days Away Form Work), the number of days away from work, as identified on the OSHA Form 300 in column K. Formerly WDL.
DAFWC - (Days Away From Work Case), an injury or illness case where the most serious outcome of the case, as identified on the OSHA Form 300 column H, resulted in days away from work. Cases involving one or more days away from work. (Note: these cases may or may not include days of restricted time)
DART - (Days Away, Restricted or on Job Transfer), the number of days away from work plus the number of days on restricted work activity or job transfer (OSHA Form 300 columns K plus L). Formerly LWD.
DART Case- an injury or illness case where the most serious outcome of the case, as identified on the OSHA Form 300 in columns H or I, resulted in days away from work or days of job restriction or transfer. Formerly LWC.
DOE - Department of Energy.
DOE Complex - Includes all DOE offices, contractors and subcontractors.
DTR (Days On Job Transfer Or Restriction), the number of days on job transfer or restriction, as identified on the OSHA Form 300 in column L. Formerly WDLR.
Equivalent Employees (FTE) - Equivalent number of employees calculated from workhours (assumes each employee works 2,000 hrs./year or 500 hrs./qtr.)
Field Code - First two digits of the organization code, representing the cognizant field organization
Field Office - The DOE government office (federal employees), which oversees a field organization called a Field Office. This term was used previously to refer to a DOE office now called an "Operations Office".
Field Organization - The organizational entity, remote from DOE Headquarters, at which contracted work is conducted under the direction of DOE field personnel. A field organization may consist of an Operations Office, Field Office, or Project Office together with all contractors and subcontractors under their jurisdiction.
Government - (see Operation Code)
Incidence Rate - The number of injuries, illnesses or lost workdays per 200,000 work-hours (approximately 100 person-years). (also refer to Rates).
Lump Construction - (see Operation Code)
LWC - Lost Workday Case. A case that involves days away from work or days of restricted work activity, or both.
LWD - Lost Workdays. The number of workdays (consecutive or not), beyond the day of injury or onset of illness, the employee was away from work or limited to restricted work activity because of an occupational injury or illness.
MVM - Million vehicle miles.
NFC - (Non-Fatal Cases without DART) a case where the most serious outcome of the case was identified as "other recordable cases" on the OSHA Form 300, column J.
NSC - National Safety Council - data are from ACCIDENT FACTS, (the latest year available and previous editions where applicable). All NSC averages and rates refer to U.S. industry with the exception of vehicle rates which are based on the total miles traveled by registered highway vehicles.
Oil and Gas - (see Operation Code)
Operation Code - A one digit code (1 through 9 and D) representing the predominant type of operation for the reporting organization. Note: An additional reference (code 56) is sometimes used to represent the combination of cost construction (code 5) and lump construction (code 6).
CODE OPERATION TYPE Description 1 Government federal employees 2 Production routine and or production type work 3 Research research type work such as laboratories and universities 4 Service plant and facility services and maintenance 56 Total Construction combination of Cost and Lump Construction 5 Cost Construction construction contracted on a cost-plus basis 6 Lump Construction construction contracted on a lump-sum basis 7 Architectural/Engineering architectural/engineering activities 8 Oil and Gas drilling for, or storing of petroleum products 9 Security security and protective forces D D & D deactivation & decommissioning
Operations Office - The DOE government office (federal employees) which oversees one of the eight major DOE field organizations, called "Operations".
Organization Code - A seven digit code identifying the reporting organization, the first two digits identify the cognizant field organization, in some cases the third digit identifies an area office. The seventh digit of the organization code identifies the operation type (see Operation Code).
Project Office - The DOE government office (federal employees), which oversees a field organization called a Project Office.
Production - (see Operation Code)
Property Valuation - The estimated replacement cost of all property assigned to an organization.
Rate - Normalization of statistical data according to standard rate calculations. The number of injuries, illnesses or lost workdays per 200,000 work-hours (approximately 100 person-years).
Research - (see Operation Code)
Security - (see Operation Code)
Service - (see Operation Code)
Subcontractor - Companies or entities which have working contracts with DOE contractors or other subcontractors. This designation is also used for entities which contract directly with a DOE office on a secondary level.
Summary Records - Records which are captured and summarized from the database on a specific date, as opposed to live data from the database.
TRC - Total Recordable Case. the total number of work related injuries or illnesses that resulted in "death", "days away from work", job transfer or restriction" or other recordable case" as identified in columns G, H, and J of the OSHA Form 300.
T/T - Terminations or Transfers due to occupational injuries or illnesses.
WDL - Workdays Lost. The number of workdays (consecutive or not) on which the employee would have worked but could not because of occupational injury or illness.
WDLR - Workdays Lost Restricted. The number of workdays (consecutive or not) on which because of injury or illness: (1) The employee was assigned to another job on a temporary basis; or (2) the employee worked at a permanent job less than full time; or (3) the employee worked at a permanently assigned job but could not perform all duties normally connected with it.
Yr-Q or Year Qtr - The calendar year (yy) or (yyyy) and quarter (n) of the data. (Note: injury/illness cases and any subsequent associated lost or restricted days are registered against the date of the accident or diagnosis.)
YTD - Year-to-date.
DOE organizational acronyms and abbreviations are listed separately.