CSI members understand and acknowledge that safety is an issue of utmost importance. Their vision and ultimate goal is to completely eliminate fatalities from all operations under control – an ambitious but achievable target. Within 10 years, the average safety performance of the CSI member companies will match that achieved by the leading industrial sectors.

Data (as of up-to-date report on 2012 data)


All businesses

No. of reporting companies

22 22

No. of lost time injuries (LTIs) - directly employed

770 2,188

LTI frequency rate - directly employed

1.29 2.06

LTI (working) severity rate - directly employed

34 59

No. of LTI - contractors / subcontractors

954 1,460

No. of fatalities - directly employed

17 27

Fatality rate - directly employed

0.60 0.54

No. of fatalities - contractors / subcontractors

66 80

No. of fatalities - 3rd parties on-site / off-site

37 53

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CSI members report to the CSI regularly on the following KPIs in line with "Safety in the cement industry: Guidelines for measuring and reporting":

  • Number of fatalities (directly employed)
  • Number of fatalities per 10,000 directly employed
  • Number of fatalities (contractors / subcontractors)
  • Number of fatalities (3rd party - on-site / off-site)
  • Number of Lost Time Injuries (directly employed)
  • Total number of Lost Time Injuries
  • Lost Time Injuries per 1 million manhours (directly employed)