Occupational Injury and Illness
AFPM collects occupational injury and illness data from all regular member refining and petrochemical sites in the U.S. annually. The information collected is from the OSHA 300A Summary Log for both company employees and contractors (contractor aggregate). This data is used to compile the AFPM Survey of Occupational Injuries & Illnesses (I&I Survey). Sites that submit data may be eligible for AFPM Safety Awards.
AFPM will begin collecting the calendar year 2023 data in January 2024. Applications for the Distinguished Safety Award are due by January 31, 2024. Statistics for Occupational Injury and Illness will be due by February 22, 2024. To participate, each company must designate a database administrator who is responsible for managing the company's individual employee access and is responsible for reviewing all submissions.
- Safety Statistics & Awards Collection Guidance Document
- Submit Occupational Injury & Illness Data (Safety Portal)
- Previous year's I&I Surveys:
Process Safety Event Metrics (754)
AFPM collects Tier 1 and Tier 2 Process Safety Event (PSE) data from all Regular Member Refining and Petrochemical sites for inclusion in an Annual Tier 1 and Tier 2 Process Safety Event Report. The report is available to the participating companies. Data collected is based on ANSI/API RP 754, Third Edition (August 2021) “Process Safety Performance Indicators for the Refining and Petrochemical Industries”. Companies may either submit data through the AFPM Safety Portal or submit an excel file of all events to Anna Scherer. Statistics for Process Safety Events will be due by March 1, 2024.
AFPM will begin collecting the calendar year 2023 data in January 2024. AFPM will accept a company’s domestic sites ONLY. To participate, each company must designate a Database Administrator who is responsible for managing the company's individual employee access and is responsible for reviewing all submissions.
- Submit Process Safety Event Data (Safety Portal)
- API 754 Collection Spreadsheet
- ANSI/API Recommended Practice 754
- Advancing Process Safety Programs – Process Safety Performance Metrics
- 754 Reporting
Staff Contact: Anna Scherer