FEOSH/Safety, Health and Return to Employment (SHARE) Goals
The President directed Executive Branch departments and agencies
to participate in the SHARE initiative for Federal employees.
He directed agencies to pursue four goals based on the Department
of Labors Office of Workers Compensation Program
- Reduce Total Case Rate (TCR) by 3% annually
from a FY03 baseline period: Number of compensation cases
per 100 employees. Total Recordable Case (TRC) rates are
reportable injuries/illnesses per 200,000 man hours.
- Reduce Lost Time Case (LTC) Rate 3% annually:
Number of compensation cases where employees lost time
per 100 employees. In contrast, Days Away, Restricted,
or Transferred (DART) also counts cases where employees
were restricted or transferred, in addition to lost time
- Improve timely filing of claims (TFC) 5%
annually: Percentage of OWCP claims filed on time (10
- Reduce Lost Production Days (LPD) 1% annually:
Number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) days lost due to
OWCP reported injuries/illnesses.
For the complete report to DOL FY
2009 Department of Energy Annual Occupational Safety and Health
Report for Federal Employees to the Secretary of Labor FY
For the most current information on the DOE SHARE statistics,
go to the Department
of Labor website.
Note: 100 employees (FTE) is roughly equivalent to 200,000