Announcement of 2015 WorkSafeBC Industry Base Rates

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WorkSafeBC
Preliminary 2015 Base Premium Rates
Injury Statistics and Trends
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Topics
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WorkSafeBC’s mandate
Overview of the preliminary 2015 rates
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Industry Accident & Injury Stats and Trends
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Resources
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Questions
WorkSafeBC’s Mandate
To work with workers and employers as follows:
• To promote the prevention of workplace injury, illness, and
disease
• To rehabilitate those who are injured, and assist with timely
return to work
• To provide fair compensation to replace lost wages for injured
workers during their recovery
• To ensure sound financial management for a viable workers’
compensation system
Overview of 2015 Rates
The average base premium rate is projected to remain unchanged at
$1.70 per $100 of employers’ assessable payroll.
Increase in claims costs, Long Term Disability awards, and Health Care
costs
• Excess investment returns
• $117 million withdrawal from the Capital Adequacy Reserve, and the
capping of rate increases for industries at 20 percent have kept the
average rate from increasing next year
• 44 percent of employers will experience a base rate increase
• 54 percent of employers will experience a base rate decrease
• 2 percent of employers will have their base rate remain unchanged
Overnight and Short-term
Accommodation
2009 - 2013 Profile
CU 761056 (Short Term Overnight Accommodation) plus
761004, 761008, 761017, 761024, 761026, 761037, and 761055
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2015 Rates Overnight
Accommodation
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Key Findings
Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
In 2013, there were 1,902 employers in this industry, a 4% decrease over the past
four years.
The Injury Rate for the selected CUs remains lower than the Injury Rate for all BC
CUs combined.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks increased in 2013
compared to 2012 and is lower than all BC (2013: 50% for Overnight and Short-term
Accommodation vs. 52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the
selected CUs is similar to all-BC.
Light duty cleaners, food and beverage servers contribute the most claims in the
selected CUs.
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in the
selected CUs decreased by 1% to 295 orders in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, 114
Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there were 6 work-related deaths.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 1,902 employers in this industry, a 4% decrease over the past four years.
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
Serious
Injuries**
WorkRelated
Deaths
N/A
46,319
54
69
0
N/A
46,381
64
92
1
1.9
54%
46,403
66
102
4
1.8
46%
45,296
69
75
1
42,966
1.8
50%
44,384
62
71
0
$47,161,463
222,245
1.8 (Avg)
50% (Avg)
45,757 (Avg)
63 (Avg)
409
6
43%
7%
6%
N/A
-4%
15%
3%
N/A
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal
Claims
Claim Cost
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
2009
809
$7,210,365
39,974
1.7
2010
871
$7,409,766
44,679
1.9
2011
911
$9,646,074
49,867
2012
866
$12,578,571
44,759
2013
832
$10,316,687
Total
4,289
2009 to 2013
% Change
3%
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
2.5
2.3
2.3
1.9
2.0
2.3
2.3
2.3
1.9
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
2009
2010
2011
2012
Injury Rate - Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
2013
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the selected CUs remains lower than the Injury Rate for all BC CUs combined.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Claims and Employment Trends
47,000
900
884
46,381
880
46,500
46,319
46,403
46,000
Time-Loss Claims
861
833
840
45,500
820
45,296
800
785
799
44,384
780
45,000
44,500
Person Years
860
44,000
760
43,500
740
43,000
720
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a slight decrease in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss claims
decreased by 4%. This has resulted in a slight decrease in the Injury Rate for the selected CUs in 2013.
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has increased by 0.6% in 2013.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
80
69
66
70
60
64
59
54
60
60
62
58
55
50
40
30
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
2012
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the selected CUs is
similar to all-BC.
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Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks increased in 2013 compared
to 2012 and is lower than all BC (2013: 50% for Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
vs. 52% for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
60%
54%
54%
46%
53%
50%
52%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2012
Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
2013
All BC
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
Light duty cleaners
# of Claims % of Claims
2,145
50%
Food and beverage servers
272
6%
Cooks
246
6%
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents
231
5%
Other trades helpers and labourers
155
4%
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
137
3%
Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations
121
3%
Hotel front desk clerks
103
2%
Outdoor sport and recreational guides
92
2%
Support occupations in accommodation, travel and facilities set-up services
90
2%
Other
697
16%
4,289
100%
Grand Total
Light duty cleaners, food and beverage servers contribute the most claims in the selected CUs.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
2
0%
0
0%
2
0%
15 - 24
188
4%
352
8%
540
13%
25 - 34
361
8%
459
11%
820
19%
35 - 44
298
7%
602
14%
900
21%
45 - 54
394
9%
830
19%
1,224
29%
55 - 64
241
6%
482
11%
723
17%
65 and Over
36
1%
43
1%
79
2%
Total
1,520
35%
2,768
65%
4,288
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 13%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 - 64)
represent 46% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The majority of these claims were
made by females.
*There is one claim where the age and gender is uncoded.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Struck By
Other Bodily Motion
Fall from Elevation
Other
Claim Costs
33%
17%
12%
10%
8%
19%
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Fall from Elevation
Other Bodily Motion
Struck By
Other
Work Days Lost
29%
19%
18%
7%
7%
21%
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Fall from Elevation
Other Bodily Motion
Struck By
Other
35%
20%
17%
5%
4%
20%
Other Strains
Back Strain
Fractures
Contusion
Tendinitis, Tenosynovitis
Other
33%
22%
12%
9%
6%
17%
Injury Type
Claims
Other Strains
Back Strain
Contusion
Laceration
Fractures
Other
Claim Costs
36%
25%
11%
8%
6%
14%
Other Strains
Back Strain
Fractures
Tendinitis, Tenosynovitis
Concussion
Other
Work Days Lost
41%
21%
14%
5%
5%
14%
Overexertion contributes the most to claims, costs, and days lost in the selected CUs. The
most common injury type is Other Strains, which also contributes the most claim costs and
days lost.
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Body Part Injured
Back, 1,093,
26%
Other, 1,338,
31%
Knee, 309, 7%
Source of Injury
Working
Surf aces, 889,
21%
Other, 1,360,
32%
Wrist, Fingers &
Hand, 783, 18%
Shoulders, 381,
9%
Ankle, Toe &
Feet, 385, 9%
Bodily Motion,
593, 14%
Buildings &
Structures, 350,
8%
Boxes,
Containers, 517,
12%
Furniture,
f ixtures, 580,
13%
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the selected CUs combined for 409 Serious Injury Claims*. Serious Injuries represent 10%
of the claims in the selected CUs and account for 30% of the claims cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Fall on Same Level
31%
Fractures
47%
Fall from Elevation
21%
Contusion
12%
Struck By
15%
Laceration
12%
9%
Concussion
7%
7%
Back Strain
Struck Against
Overexertion
Other
17%
Other
7%
15%
The serious injury claims in these CUs are more likely to involve: fall on same level, fall from elevation, fractures.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Serious Injury Claim Examples
Fall on Same Level
Cost
Days
finished cleaning bathroom and slipped on wet floor and fell to
floor
$ 120,486
833
pulling full laundry cart onto elevator & wheels of cart were not in good
condition & due to weight in cart, it fell over & wkr fell with the cart.
$
209
Fall from Elevation
160,164
Cost
bringing luggage from one room to another - carrying luggage
down the stairs, wkr fell backwards and slid down 2-3 steps.
$
Walking down the stairwell tripped and fell backwards.
$
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45,405
16,000
Days
387
110
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Work-Related Deaths
Year
CU Code Occupation
2010 761055
2011 761008
2011 761008
2011 761017
2011 761017
2012 761017
Description
FATAL - OXYCODONE OVERDOSE - CLAIM ORIGINALLY
Light duty cleaners
ACCEPTED FOR A DISC INJURY FROM GRABBING A SLIPPING
BAG OF HEAVY LAUNDRY
FATAL - PULMONARY EMBOLUS DUE TO DVT DUE TO A TIBIAL
Chain saw and skidder operators
FRACTURE WITH PARAPLEGIA SUSTAINED INITIALLY WHEN
STRUCK BY FALLING TREE, SPINAL CORD INJURY RECEIVED
FATAL - 19' COMMERCIAL SPORT FISHING VESSEL WITH ONE
Outdoor sport and recreational guides GUIDE AND 3 GUESTS FAILED TO RETURN TO FISHING LODGE.
VESSEL NOT FOUND
FELL DOWN STAIRS HITTING HEAD ON CEMENT LANDING Administrative officers
PASSED AWAY IN HOSPITAL
FATAL - WORKING ON HYDRAULIC-LIFTED ROW OF SEATS,
Other trades helpers and labourers
BRAKE GAVE WAY, SEATS FELL ON NECK & BACK OF HEAD.
WKR FELL 9.5' THROUGH OPENING HITTING HEAD ON FLOOR
Janitors, caretakers and building
FATAL - FELL APPROX 20 FT FROM A LADDER WHILE CHECKING
superintendents
A SMOKE ALARM ON VAULTED CEILING
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Prevention Activity
400
361
336
350
300
326
297
277
250
200
151
150
111
120
100
96
94
121
28
50
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
Compared to 2012, the number of Inspection Reports issued in the selected CUs
decreased by 15% to 277 documents in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, 121 Inspection
Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Prevention Orders
700
642
584
600
536
400
473
481
500
379
429
414
299
300
295
200
114
138
100
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in the
selected CUs decreased by 1% to 295 orders in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, 114
Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Overnight and Short-term Accommodation
Penalties & Warning Letters
7
6
6
6
5
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
0
2009
2010
2011
Warning Letters Sent
2012
2013
2014
Penalties Imposed
Between 2009 and 2014YTD, 23 warning letters were sent and 13 administrative
penalties were imposed.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Restaurant or Other Dining
Establishment
Classification Unit # 761035
2009 - 2013 Profile
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JUNE 30, 2014
Base Rates
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Key Findings
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
In 2013, there were 8,048 employers in this industry, a 5% increase over the past
four years.
The Injury Rate for the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU remains lower
than the Injury Rate for all BC CUs combined.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks decreased in 2013
compared to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 67% for Restaurant or Other
Dining Establishment vs. 52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU is significantly lower than all BC.
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations, cooks
contribute the most claims in the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU.
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment decreased by 2% to 465 orders in 2013.
As of June 30, 2014, 200 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there were 5 work-related deaths.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 8,048 employers in this industry, a 5% increase over the past four years.
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal
Claims
2009
2010
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
Serious
Injuries**
WorkRelated
Deaths
N/A
133,566
34
200
0
N/A
134,343
37
199
2
1.7
68%
132,417
38
198
0
1.8
68%
136,273
36
220
2
70,776
1.6
67%
138,583
37
203
0
$62,767,468
353,488
1.7 (Avg)
68% (Avg)
135,036 (Avg)
37 (Avg)
1,020
4
52%
-2%
-5%
N/A
4%
9%
2%
N/A
Claim Cost
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
2,246
$9,602,969
72,486
1.7
2,212
$11,472,635
70,777
1.6
2011
2,311
$12,507,459
70,853
2012
2,441
$14,559,050
68,596
2013
2,247
$14,625,355
Total
11,457
2009 to 2013
% Change
0%
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
2.5
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
1.7
1.8
2.3
2.0
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
2009
2010
2011
2012
Injury Rate - Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment
2013
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU remains lower than the Injury Rate
for all BC CUs combined.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Claims and Employment Trends
140,000
2,450
2,398
2,400
139,000
138,583
138,000
2,250
137,000
136,273
2,300
2,249
2,237
136,000
135,000
134,343
2,200
2,211
2,150
133,000
133,566
2,100
134,000
Person Years
Time-Loss Claims
2,350
2,119
132,000
132,417
2,050
131,000
2,000
130,000
129,000
1,950
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a slight increase in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss claims
decreased by 8%. This has resulted in a decrease in the Injury Rate for the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU in 2013.
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has increased by 4.1% in 2013.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
70
60
59
60
60
58
55
50
40
37
34
38
36
37
30
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment
2012
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Restaurant or Other
Dining Establishment CU is significantly lower than all BC.
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Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks decreased in 2013 compared
to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 67% for Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment
vs. 52% for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
60%
68%
68%
54%
67%
53%
52%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2012
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment
2013
All BC
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
# of Claims % of Claims
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
3,815
33%
Cooks
3,566
31%
Food and beverage servers
1,286
11%
Restaurant and food service managers
603
5%
Chefs
429
4%
Food service supervisors
276
2%
Cashiers
275
2%
Bakers
223
2%
Bartenders
217
2%
Maitres d'hotel and hosts/hostesses
136
1%
Other
631
6%
11,457
100%
Grand Total
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations, cooks contribute the
most claims in the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
11
0%
17
0%
28
0%
15 - 24
1,961
17%
2,079
18%
4,040
35%
25 - 34
1,185
10%
1,357
12%
2,542
22%
35 - 44
685
6%
1,160
10%
1,845
16%
45 - 54
547
5%
1,359
12%
1,906
17%
55 - 64
300
3%
689
6%
989
9%
65 and Over
53
0%
50
0%
103
1%
Total
4,742
41%
6,711
59%
11,453
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 35%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 - 64)
represent 26% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The majority of these claims were
made by females.
* There are 4 claims where the age and gender were uncoded.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Struck By
Fall on Same Level
Overexertion
Exposure to Heat, Cold
Struck Against
Other
Claim Costs
25%
18%
17%
14%
11%
15%
Fall on Same Level
Overexertion
Struck By
Fall from Elevation
Other Bodily Motion
Other
Work Days Lost
29%
20%
12%
7%
6%
25%
Fall on Same Level
Overexertion
Struck By
Other Bodily Motion
Struck Against
Other
32%
14%
14%
10%
6%
23%
Other Strains
Back Strain
Fractures
Laceration
Contusion
Other
30%
23%
13%
7%
6%
21%
Injury Type
Claims
Laceration
Other Strains
Heat Burns
Back Strain
Contusion
Other
Claim Costs
26%
22%
14%
14%
10%
13%
Other Strains
Fractures
Back Strain
Laceration
Heat Burns
Other
Work Days Lost
33%
16%
13%
10%
6%
21%
Struck By contributes the most claims, while Fall on Same Level contributes the most to claim
costs in the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU. The most common injury type is
Laceration, while Other Strains contributes the most claim costs.
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Body Part Injured
Other, 3,099,
27%
Wrist, Fingers &
Hand, 4,541,
39%
Shoulders, 536,
5%
Source of Injury
Other, 3,600,
32%
Boxes,
Containers,
2,187, 19%
Ankle, Toe &
Feet, 780, 7%
Other Upper
Extremity, 782,
7%
Back, 1,719,
15%
Working
Surf aces, 2,088,
18%
Bodily Motion,
843, 7%
Animal
Products, Food
Products, 991,
9%
Hand Tools,
1,748, 15%
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU combined for 1,020 Serious Injury
Claims*. Serious Injuries represent 9% of the claims in the Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment CU and
account for 39% of the claims cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Struck By
30%
Fractures
32%
Fall on Same Level
29%
Laceration
31%
Struck Against
14%
Contusion
9%
6%
Concussion
6%
5%
Heat Burns
Fall from Elevation
Exposure to Heat, Cold
Other
15%
Other
5%
17%
The serious injury claims in this CU are more likely to involve: fall on same level, fractures.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Serious Injury Claim Examples
Struck By
Cost
cutting calamari when knife slipped and punctured left hand
$
Worker was moving a cart of dishes into elevator, as the cart went over the gap between the floor
$
& elevator, a plate fell off cart hitting worker on finger.
Fall on Same Level
227,361
28,000
Cost
Days
307
170
Days
Worker slipped on some water on the floor and fell.
$
40,000
170
Walked thru swinging door in back room, took 2 steps , slipped & fell on wet floor.
$
22,000
110
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Work-Related Deaths
Year Occupation
2010 Restaurant and food service managers
2010 Cooks
2012 Restaurant and food service managers
2012 Food and beverage servers
2014 Chefs
Description
FATAL - FELL OFF TAILGATE OF PICK UP TRUCK AND HEAVY BARREL OF
DIESEL LANDED ON TOP OF WORKER
FATAL - DROWNED AT A LEADERS DAY OUT EVENT WHEN WKR DOVE OFF OF
BOAT TO RETREIVE A PAIR OF SUNGLASSES
FATAL SHOOTING
FATAL GUNSHOT WOUND
FATAL MESOTHELIOMA
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Prevention Activity
500
450
437
422
380
400
399
376
350
300
250
217
200
150
113
119
115
98
84
100
77
50
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
Compared to 2012, the number of Inspection Reports issued in Restaurant or Other
Dining Establishment increased by 10% to 437 documents in 2013. As of June 30,
2014, 217 Inspection Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Prevention Orders
800
717
700
600
641
593
500
550
532
518
475
451
465
360
400
300
200
233
200
100
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment decreased by 2% to 465 orders in 2013. As
of June 30, 2014, 200 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment - CU # 761035
Penalties & Warning Letters
6
5
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
2
1
1
1
2011
2012
2013
1
1
1
0
0
2009
2010
0
Warning Letters Sent
2014
Penalties Imposed
Between 2009 and 2014YTD, 22 warning letters were sent and four administrative
penalties were imposed.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge
Classification Unit # 761034
2009 - 2013 Profile
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Key Findings
Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge - CU # 761034
In 2013, there were 767 employers in this industry, a 6% decrease over the past four
years.
The Injury Rate for the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU remains lower than the
Injury Rate for all BC CUs combined.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks decreased in 2013
compared to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 63% for Pub, Bar, Night Club, or
Lounge vs. 52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Pub,
Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU is significantly lower than all BC.
Cooks, food and beverage servers contribute the most claims in the Pub, Bar, Night
Club, or Lounge CU.
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in Pub,
Bar, Night Club, or Lounge increased by 5% to 91 orders in 2013. As of June 30,
2014, 19 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there were no work-related deaths.
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Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 767 employers in this industry, a 6% decrease over the past four years.
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal Claim Cost
Claims
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
WorkSerious
Related
Injuries**
Deaths
2009
217
$1,671,046
7,385
1.4
N/A
14,646
36
27
0
2010
168
$1,128,142
5,729
1.2
N/A
14,032
42
17
0
2011
234
$1,874,468
9,100
1.7
61%
13,051
51
43
0
2012
183
$2,031,535
7,519
1.3
64%
13,021
36
24
0
2013
190
$2,147,899
6,614
1.5
63%
12,868
42
33
0
Total
992
$8,853,090
36,347
1.4 (Avg)
63% (Avg)
13,524 (Avg)
41 (Avg)
144
0
2009 to 2013
% Change
-12%
29%
-10%
12%
N/A
-12%
17%
22%
N/A
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge - CU # 761034
Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
2.5
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.0
1.7
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.0
0.5
0.0
2009
2010
2011
Injury Rate - Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge
2012
2013
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU remains lower than the Injury Rate for all BC
CUs combined.
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Claims and Employment Trends
15,000
14,646
219
197
200
14,032
171
Time-Loss Claims
201
14,000
168
150
14,500
13,500
13,051
13,021
12,868
100
13,000
Person Years
250
12,500
50
12,000
11,500
0
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a slight decrease in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss claims
increased by 15%. This has resulted in an increase in the Injury Rate for the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU in 2013.
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has increased by 1.7% in 2013.
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STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
70
60
59
60
55
60
58
51
50
42
40
42
36
36
30
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge
2012
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Pub, Bar, Night Club,
or Lounge CU is significantly lower than all BC.
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Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks decreased in 2013 compared
to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 63% for Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge vs. 52%
for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
61%
60%
64%
54%
63%
53%
52%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2012
Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge
2013
All BC
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Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
# of Claims % of Claims
Cooks
386
39%
Food and beverage servers
125
13%
Bartenders
114
11%
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
93
9%
Security guards and related security service occupations
58
6%
Restaurant and food service managers
53
5%
Retail salespersons
39
4%
Chefs
28
3%
Other service support occupations, n.e.c.
16
2%
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents
15
2%
Other
65
7%
Grand Total
992
100%
Cooks, food and beverage servers contribute the most claims in the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge
CU.
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Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge - CU # 761034
Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
2
0%
0
0%
2
0%
15 - 24
181
18%
137
14%
318
32%
25 - 34
173
17%
133
13%
306
31%
35 - 44
73
7%
98
10%
171
17%
45 - 54
47
5%
74
7%
121
12%
55 - 64
22
2%
38
4%
60
6%
65 and Over
10
1%
4
0%
14
1%
Total
508
51%
484
49%
992
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 32%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 – 64)
represent 18% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The slight majority of these claims
were made by males.
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Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Struck By
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Acts of Violence, Force
Exposure to Heat, Cold
Other
Claim Costs
25%
17%
14%
11%
10%
24%
Acts of Violence, Force
Overexertion
Struck By
Fall on Same Level
Fall from Elevation
Other
Work Days Lost
33%
17%
11%
11%
8%
20%
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Acts of Violence, Force
Struck By
Other Bodily Motion
Other
24%
20%
14%
8%
7%
28%
Other Strains
Fractures
Back Strain
Laceration
Concussion
Other
27%
20%
18%
12%
6%
17%
Injury Type
Claims
Laceration
Other Strains
Back Strain
Heat Burns
Fractures
Other
Claim Costs
27%
21%
14%
10%
8%
20%
Other Strains
Fractures
Concussion
Back Strain
Laceration
Other
Work Days Lost
30%
19%
11%
10%
7%
23%
Struck By contributes the most claims, while Acts of Violence, Force contributes the most to
claim costs in the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU. The most common injury type is
Laceration, while Other Strains contributes the most claim costs.
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Body Part Injured
Other, 277, 28%
Wrist, Fingers &
Hand, 370, 37%
Other Upper
Extremity, 53,
5%
Source of Injury
Other, 305, 31%
Boxes,
Containers, 194,
20%
Shoulders, 58,
6%
Ankle, Toe &
Feet, 90, 9%
Back, 144, 15%
Working
Surf aces, 163,
16%
Bodily Motion,
78, 8%
People, 92, 9%
Hand Tools,
160, 16%
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU combined for 144 Serious Injury Claims*. Serious
Injuries represent 15% of the claims in the Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge CU and account for 53% of the claims
cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Struck By
25%
Fractures
40%
Acts of Violence, Force
24%
Laceration
31%
Fall on Same Level
19%
Concussion
6%
Struck Against
11%
Dislocation
4%
Fall from Elevation
Other
8%
13%
Other Injuries
Other
3%
15%
The serious injury claims in this CU are more likely to involve: acts of violence, force, fractures.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Serious Injury Claim Examples
Struck By
Cost
Days
Taking a glass out of dishwasher, it broke in wkr's hand.
$
44,000
330
Holding door open for band member carrying an amp who banged against the door and wkr's
hand on door knob was crushed between chair rail.
$
153,000
310
Acts of Violence, Force
Cost
Days
Guarding front door of club when a previously removed customer came back and shot worker
with a gun.
$
41,000
240
Involved in altercation with agressive patrons, worker was punched in head 5 to 6 times.
$
15,000
300
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Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge - CU # 761034
Prevention Activity
140
120
120
107
101
94
100
80
65
60
40
23
20
19
24
18
9
27
7
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
Compared to 2012, the number of Inspection Reports issued in Pub, Bar, Night Club,
or Lounge increased by 45% to 94 documents in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, 27
Inspection Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge - CU # 761034
Prevention Orders
200
183
180
160
140
158
156
160
134
115
120
100
85
87
87
91
80
60
40
19
20
23
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in Pub, Bar,
Night Club, or Lounge increased by 5% to 91 orders in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, 19
Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Penalties & Warning Letters
3.5
3
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
1
1
0.5
0
0
0
2010
2011
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2009
Warning Letters Sent
2012
2013
2014
Penalties Imposed
Between 2009 and 2014YTD, four warning letters were sent and one administrative
penalty was imposed.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Ski Hill or Gondola Ride
Classification Unit # 761038
2009 - 2013 Profile
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Base Rates
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Key Findings
Ski Hill or Gondola Ride - CU # 761038
In 2013, there were 42 employers in this industry, a 8% increase over the past four
years.
The Injury Rate for the Ski Hill or Gondola Ride CU remains higher than the Injury
Rate for all BC CUs combined.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks stayed the same in 2013
compared to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 58% for Ski Hill or Gondola Ride
vs. 52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Ski Hill
or Gondola Ride CU is significantly lower than all BC.
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness contribute the most
claims in the Ski Hill or Gondola Ride CU.
There were 119 Prevention Orders issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June
30, 2014, 10 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there was one work-related death.
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Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 42 employers in this industry, a 8% increase over the past four years.
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal Claim Cost
Claims
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
WorkSerious
Related
Injuries**
Deaths
2009
263
$3,167,524
9,386
8.0
N/A
3,379
39
53
0
2010
252
$2,356,752
10,264
7.2
N/A
3,278
45
41
0
2011
236
$2,110,487
8,693
7.4
61%
3,061
44
32
0
2012
257
$3,032,505
9,912
7.8
58%
3,164
47
49
0
2013
232
$2,943,084
8,519
7.5
58%
3,090
43
38
1
Total
1,240
$13,610,352
46,774
7.6 (Avg)
59% (Avg)
3,194 (Avg)
43 (Avg)
213
1
2009 to 2013
% Change
-12%
-7%
-9%
-6%
N/A
-9%
12%
-28%
N/A
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Ski Hill or Gondola Ride - CU # 761038
Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
9.0
8.0
8.0
7.2
7.4
7.8
7.5
7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2.0
1.0
0.0
Injury Rate - Ski Hill or Gondola Ride
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the Ski Hill or Gondola Ride CU remains higher than the Injury Rate for all BC CUs
combined.
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Claims and Employment Trends
3,500
280
Time-Loss Claims
260
269
3,400
3,379
3,278
3,300
250
246
3,200
240
237
230
231
228
3,164
Person Years
270
3,100
3,090
220
3,061
3,000
210
2,900
200
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a slight decrease in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss claims
decreased by 6%. This has resulted in a decrease in the Injury Rate for the Ski Hill or Gondola Ride CU in 2013.
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has increased by 1.4% in 2013.
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STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
70
60
58
55
47
50
40
60
59
60
44
45
43
39
30
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
Ski Hill or Gondola Ride
2012
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Ski Hill or Gondola
Ride CU is significantly lower than all BC.
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Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks stayed the same in 2013
compared to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 58% for Ski Hill or Gondola Ride vs. 52%
for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
61%
60%
54%
58%
58%
53%
52%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2012
Ski Hill or Gondola Ride
2013
All BC
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Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
# of Claims % of Claims
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
685
55%
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport
262
21%
Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics
32
3%
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents
21
2%
Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
18
1%
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
16
1%
Outdoor sport and recreational guides
14
1%
Other service support occupations, n.e.c.
14
1%
Cooks
12
1%
Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
12
1%
Other
154
12%
1,240
100%
Grand Total
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness contribute the most claims in the Ski
Hill or Gondola Ride CU.
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Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
0
0%
1
0%
1
0%
15 - 24
232
19%
159
13%
391
32%
25 - 34
278
22%
143
12%
421
34%
35 - 44
159
13%
50
4%
209
17%
45 - 54
101
8%
23
2%
124
10%
55 - 64
47
4%
21
2%
68
5%
65 and Over
19
2%
5
0%
24
2%
Total
836
67%
402
32%
1,238
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 32%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 – 64)
represent 15% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The majority of these claims were
made by males.
* There are 2 claims where the age and gender were uncoded.
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Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Fall from Elevation
Fall on Same Level
Other Bodily Motion
Overexertion
Struck By
Other
Claim Costs
37%
15%
13%
13%
11%
11%
Fall from Elevation
Fall on Same Level
Struck By
Other Bodily Motion
Struck Against
Other
Work Days Lost
52%
14%
11%
9%
4%
9%
Fall from Elevation
Other Bodily Motion
Fall on Same Level
Struck By
Overexertion
Other
39%
34%
10%
7%
4%
6%
Other Strains
Fractures
Concussion
Back Strain
Dislocation
Other
44%
16%
13%
11%
8%
8%
Injury Type
Claims
Other Strains
Back Strain
Fractures
Concussion
Contusion
Other
Claim Costs
43%
15%
14%
10%
8%
10%
Fractures
Other Strains
Concussion
Back Strain
Contusion
Other
Work Days Lost
47%
25%
9%
8%
5%
6%
Fall from Elevation contributes the most to claims, costs, and days lost in the Ski Hill or
Gondola Ride CU. The most common injury type is Other Strains, while Fractures contributes
the most claim costs.
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Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Body Part Injured
Knee, 267, 21%
Other, 384, 31%
Wrist, Fingers &
Hand, 109, 9%
Back, 210, 17%
Source of Injury
Head, 124, 10%
Shoulders, 146,
12%
Other, 263, 21%
Working
Surf aces, 585,
47%
Vehicles, 67,
5%
People, 70,
6%
Miscellaneous,
75, 6%
Bodily Motion,
180, 15%
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Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the Ski Hill or Gondola Ride CU combined for 213 Serious Injury Claims*. Serious Injuries
represent 18% of the claims in the Ski Hill or Gondola Ride CU and account for 50% of the claims cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Fall from Elevation
54%
Fractures
63%
Fall on Same Level
18%
Other Strains
12%
Other Bodily Motion
9%
Concussion
10%
Struck By
7%
Dislocation
5%
Struck Against
3%
Laceration
3%
Other
8%
Other
6%
The serious injury claims in this CU are more likely to involve: fall from elevation, fractures.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Serious Injury Claim Examples
Fall from Elevation
Cost
Snowboarding between work stations, caught an edge and fell.
Days
$
10,000
90
Wearing a helmet skiing down a run & ski got caught under the snow & wkr tripped & fell forward
$
hitting head on hard packed snow.
51,000
210
Fall on Same Level
Cost
Days
Wkr was skiing down mountain when lost control & fell hitting a tree.
$
30,000
160
Wkr slipped & fell on sidewalk. sidewalk was plowed but not salted or sanded.
$
15,000
90
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Prevention Activity
90
77
80
70
60
60
53
58
51
50
40
39
37
32
33
32
27
30
19
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
Compared to 2012, the number of Inspection Reports issued in Ski Hill or Gondola
Ride decreased by 45% to 32 documents in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, 19 Inspection
Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Prevention Orders
50
44
45
40
37
35
32
31
30
27
25
25
20
14
15
14
10
10
5
5
4
1
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
There were 119 Prevention Orders issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June 30,
2014, 10 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Penalties & Warning Letters
1.2
1
1
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
0
0
2009
2010
0
0
0
0
0
2012
2013
0
0
0
2011
Warning Letters Sent
2014
Penalties Imposed
Between 2009 and 2014YTD, no warning letters were sent and two administrative
penalties were imposed.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Casino or Other Gaming
Operations (not elsewhere
specified)
Classification Unit # 761054
2009 - 2013 Profile
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Key Findings
In 2013, there were 29 employers in this industry, a 21% increase over the past four
years.
The Injury Rate for the Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified)
CU decreased by 19.4% since the prior year.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks decreased in 2013
compared to 2012 and is lower than all BC (2013: 48% for Casino or Other Gaming
Operations (not elsewhere specified) vs. 52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Casino
or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) CU is similar to all-BC.
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport, security guards and
related security service occupations, food and beverage servers, cashiers contribute
contribute the most claims in the Casino or Other Gaming Operations
(not elsewhere specified) CU.
There were 117 Prevention Orders issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June
30, 2014, 12 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there were no work-related deaths.
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Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 29 employers in this industry, a 21% increase over the past four years.
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal Claim Cost
Claims
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
WorkSerious
Related
Injuries**
Deaths
2009
155
$885,251
7,360
3.1
N/A
4,702
50
13
0
2010
132
$835,278
5,158
2.5
N/A
4,792
44
8
0
2011
118
$961,322
5,728
2.4
62%
4,986
54
11
0
2012
130
$1,213,208
6,440
2.6
50%
4,671
59
6
0
2013
113
$1,690,104
6,145
2.1
48%
5,174
64
10
0
Total
648
$5,585,163
30,831
2.5 (Avg)
53% (Avg)
4,865 (Avg)
54 (Avg)
48
0
2009 to 2013
% Change
-27%
91%
-17%
-34%
N/A
10%
29%
-23%
N/A
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
3.5
3.1
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.6
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.1
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Injury Rate - Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specif ied)
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) CU decreased by
19.4% since the prior year.
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Claims and Employment Trends
5,300
160
5,174
148
120
Time-Loss Claims
120
119
121
5,200
5,100
108
5,000
100
4,986
4,900
80
4,800
4,792
60
40
Person Years
140
4,700
4,702
4,671
4,600
20
4,500
4,400
0
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a significant increase in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss
claims decreased by 11%. This has resulted in a decrease in the Injury Rate for the Casino or Other Gaming Operations
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has increased by 6.7% in 2013.
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STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
70
60
59
60
59
64
60
58
54
55
50
50
44
40
30
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
2012
Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified)
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Casino or Other
Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) CU is similar to all-BC.
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Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks decreased in 2013 compared
to 2012 and is lower than all BC (2013: 48% for Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not
elsewhere specified) vs. 52% for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
62%
60%
54%
50%
53%
48%
52%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2012
2013
Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified)
All BC
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Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
# of Claims % of Claims
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport
177
27%
Security guards and related security service occupations
71
11%
Food and beverage servers
66
10%
Cashiers
59
9%
Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
56
9%
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
41
6%
Cooks
41
6%
Casino occupations
36
6%
Chefs
17
3%
Bartenders
11
2%
Other
73
11%
Grand Total
648
100%
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport, security guards and related security
service occupations, food and beverage servers, cashiers contribute the most claims in the Casino
or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) CU.
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Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
15 - 24
28
4%
44
7%
72
11%
25 - 34
64
10%
83
13%
147
23%
35 - 44
53
8%
105
16%
158
24%
45 - 54
38
6%
142
22%
180
28%
55 - 64
30
5%
51
8%
81
13%
65 and Over
6
1%
4
1%
10
2%
Total
219
34%
429
66%
648
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 11%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 - 64)
represent 41% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The majority of these claims were
made by females.
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Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Claim Costs
Overexertion
Struck By
Fall on Same Level
Other Bodily Motion
Struck Against
Other
25%
18%
17%
13%
7%
21%
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Other Bodily Motion
Struck By
Fall from Elevation
Other
Work Days Lost
34%
13%
13%
12%
11%
17%
Overexertion
Struck By
Fall on Same Level
Other Bodily Motion
Fall from Elevation
Other
46%
15%
10%
9%
7%
14%
Other Strains
Back Strain
Contusion
Tendinitis, Tenosynovitis
Fractures
Other
27%
15%
14%
13%
12%
20%
Injury Type
Claims
Claim Costs
Other Strains
Back Strain
Contusion
Laceration
Tendinitis, Tenosynovitis
Other
40%
21%
15%
8%
5%
13%
Other Strains
Back Strain
Contusion
Fractures
Concussion
Other
Work Days Lost
42%
14%
11%
9%
8%
16%
Overexertion contributes the most to claims, costs, and days lost in the Casino or Other
Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) CU. The most common injury type is Other
Strains, which also contributes the most claim costs and days lost.
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Body Part Injured
Wrist, Fingers &
Hand, 147, 23%
Other, 200, 31%
Knee, 37, 6%
Source of Injury
Other, 183, 28%
Working
Surf aces, 136,
21%
Shoulders, 55,
8%
Ankle, Toe &
Feet, 73, 11%
Boxes,
Containers, 116,
18%
Vehicles, 48,
7%
Buildings &
Structures, 52,
8%
Back, 136, 21%
Bodily Motion,
113, 18%
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) CU combined for 48
Serious Injury Claims*. Serious Injuries represent 8% of the claims in the Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not
elsewhere specified) CU and account for 35% of the claims cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Struck By
31%
Contusion
35%
Fall on Same Level
25%
Fractures
31%
Struck Against
17%
Laceration
13%
Fall from Elevation
10%
Concussion
13%
Other Bodily Motion
8%
Other Strains
4%
Other
8%
Other
4%
The serious injury claims in this CU are more likely to involve: struck by, struck against, contusions, fractures,
concussions.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Serious Injury Claim Examples
Struck By
Cost
Days
Finger got crushed between the heavy doors of a vault.
$
11,000
110
Worker went to open a large cupboard/cupboard broke off and the corner of the cupboard struck
worker in forehead/face.
$
13,000
190
Fall on Same Level
Cost
Days
Worker slipped and fell hitting head on the floor.
$
44,000
180
Slipped on icy ground and fell backwards hitting head on ground.
$
91,000
370
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Prevention Activity
38
40
35
30
30
25
24
22
23
18
20
17
17
15
16
11
12
10
5
5
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
There were 147 Inspection Reports issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June 30,
2014, 16 Inspection Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) - CU # 761054
Prevention Orders
45
41
42
41
40
35
30
23
25
15
20
18
20
13
14
20
13
12
10
10
5
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
There were 117 Prevention Orders issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June 30,
2014, 12 Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Penalties & Warning Letters
1.2
1
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2011
2012
0
0
0
0
0
2009
2010
Warning Letters Sent
2013
2014
Penalties Imposed
Between 2009 and 2014YTD, one warning letter was sent and no administrative
penalties were imposed.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch
and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility
Classification Unit # 761031
2009 - 2013 Profile
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JUNE 30, 2014
2015 Base Rates
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Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility - CU # 761031
Key Findings
In 2013, there were 310 employers in this industry, a 3% increase over the past four
years.
The Injury Rate for the Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling
Facility CU increased by 18% since the prior year.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks increased in 2013
compared to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 64% for Golf Course, Driving
Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility vs. 52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Golf
Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU is significantly
lower than all BC.
Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers, cooks contribute the most claims in
the Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU.
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in Golf
Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility increased by 17% to
34 orders in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, two Prevention Orders have been issued
year-to-date.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there was one work-related death.
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Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 310 employers in this industry, a 3% increase over the past four years.
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal Claim Cost
Claims
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
WorkSerious
Related
Injuries**
Deaths
2009
141
$762,481
4,195
2.3
N/A
6,099
33
16
0
2010
113
$1,365,921
3,509
1.9
N/A
5,840
33
12
1
2011
145
$938,721
4,026
2.5
64%
5,384
36
10
0
2012
109
$1,044,770
4,001
1.9
63%
5,358
35
8
0
2013
123
$1,056,617
3,705
2.3
64%
5,240
43
17
0
Total
631
$5,168,510
19,436
2.2 (Avg)
64% (Avg)
5,584 (Avg)
36 (Avg)
63
1
2009 to 2013
% Change
-13%
39%
-12%
1%
N/A
-14%
29%
6%
N/A
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
1.9
1.9
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Injury Rate - Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU increased
by 18% since the prior year.
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Claims and Employment Trends
6,200
6,099
135
140
138
Time-Loss Claims
120
6,000
120
5,840
5,800
104
112
100
5,600
80
5,400
60
5,384
5,358
Person Years
160
5,240
5,200
40
5,000
20
4,800
0
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a slight decrease in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss claims
increased by 15%. This has resulted in an increase in the Injury Rate for the Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or
Lawn Bowling Facility CU.
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has decreased by 0.05% in 2013.
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STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
70
60
59
60
60
58
55
50
43
40
36
33
35
33
30
20
10
0
2009
2010
2011
2012
Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Golf Course, Driving
Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU is significantly lower than all BC.
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Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks increased in 2013 compared
to 2012 and is higher than all BC (2013: 64% for Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and
Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility vs. 52% for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
64%
60%
54%
64%
63%
53%
52%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2012
2013
Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling
Facility
All BC
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Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
# of Claims % of Claims
Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers
223
35%
Cooks
100
16%
Food and beverage servers
65
10%
Nursery and greenhouse workers
58
9%
Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists
34
5%
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
24
4%
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents
18
3%
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport
14
2%
Other small engine and small equipment repairers
12
2%
Restaurant and food service managers
10
2%
Other
73
12%
Grand Total
631
100%
Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers, cooks contribute the most claims in the Golf
Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU.
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Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
15 - 24
86
14%
62
10%
148
23%
25 - 34
71
11%
26
4%
97
15%
35 - 44
73
12%
31
5%
104
16%
45 - 54
95
15%
55
9%
150
24%
55 - 64
74
12%
26
4%
100
16%
65 and Over
31
5%
1
0%
32
5%
Total
430
68%
201
32%
631
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 23%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 - 64)
represent 40% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The majority of these claims were
made by males.
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Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Overexertion
Struck By
Fall on Same Level
Fall from Elevation
Other Bodily Motion
Other
Claim Costs
29%
19%
12%
8%
8%
23%
Overexertion
Fall from Elevation
Fall on Same Level
Repetitive Motion
Struck By
Other
Work Days Lost
32%
16%
14%
11%
7%
20%
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Fall from Elevation
Struck By
MVIs
Other
25%
19%
16%
12%
11%
18%
Other Strains
Back Strain
Fractures
Contusion
Tendinitis, Tenosynovitis
Other
29%
18%
17%
9%
7%
20%
Injury Type
Claims
Other Strains
Back Strain
Laceration
Contusion
Fractures
Other
Claim Costs
25%
25%
14%
12%
6%
18%
Other Strains
Fractures
Back Strain
Other Injuries
Tendinitis, Tenosynovitis
Other
Work Days Lost
28%
26%
20%
8%
5%
14%
Overexertion contributes the most to claims, costs, and days lost in the Golf Course, Driving
Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU. The most common injury type is Other
Strains, which also contributes the most claim costs and days lost.
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Body Part Injured
Back, 160, 25%
Other, 192, 30%
Shoulders, 35,
6%
Source of Injury
Other, 225, 36%
Working
Surf aces, 101,
16%
Wrist, Fingers &
Hand, 138, 22%
Knee, 46, 7%
Hand Tools, 84,
13%
Ankle, Toe &
Feet, 60, 10%
Vehicles, 77,
12%
Bodily Motion,
68, 11%
Boxes,
Containers, 76,
12%
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU combined for
63 Serious Injury Claims*. Serious Injuries represent 10% of the claims in the Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and
Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility CU and account for 49% of the claims cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Struck By
25%
Fractures
46%
Fall on Same Level
25%
Laceration
17%
Fall from Elevation
19%
Back Strain
8%
Struck Against
11%
Contusion
8%
MVIs
10%
Amputation
Other
10%
Other
6%
14%
The serious injury claims in this CU are more likely to involve: struck by, falls, and fractures.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Serious Injury Claim Examples
Struck By
Cost
Days
Wkr lifted a 40 lb reel, turned to walk to left, caught foot on the mower tire & twisted.
$
11,000
40
A bottle of wine fell off the shelf onto wkr's head.
$
24,000
140
Fall on Same Level
Cost
Days
Dining recently been mopped, wkr stepped into a wet spot, fell backwards.
$
45,000
130
Coming down the wooden ramp, slipped on ice & landed.
$
17,000
180
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Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility - CU # 761031
Work-Related Deaths
Year Occupation
2010 Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists
Description
FATAL - DISSECTING AORTIC ANEURYS - TRYING TO PRY A SHELF OFF THE
WALL
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Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility - CU # 761031
Prevention Activity
70
58
60
50
45
39
36
40
30
34
23
20
14
7
10
8
6
6
2
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
Compared to 2012, the number of Inspection Reports issued in Golf Course, Driving
Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility increased by 15% to 39 documents in
2013. As of June 30, 2014, 6 Inspection Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility - CU # 761031
Prevention Orders
120
100
100
91
80
68
72
60
42
40
29
38
29
34
34
20
2
1
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
Compared to 2012, the number of Prevention Orders issued to employers in Golf
Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility increased by 17% to
34 orders in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, two Prevention Orders have been issued yearto-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Golf Course, Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, or Lawn Bowling Facility - CU # 761031
Penalties & Warning Letters
1.2
1
1
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
0
0
2009
2010
0
0
0
2011
2012
0
0
0
0
0
Warning Letters Sent
2013
2014
Penalties Imposed
Between 2009 and 2014YTD, two warning letters were sent and no administrative
penalties were imposed.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Outdoor Sport Tour
Classification Unit # 761028
2009 - 2013 Profile
Prepared by: Business Information and Analysis (BIA)
JUNE 30, 2014
Key Findings
Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
In 2013, there were 442 employers in this industry, a 3% increase over the past four
years.
The Injury Rate for the Outdoor Sport Tour CU remains higher than the Injury Rate for
all BC CUs combined.
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks increased in 2013
compared to 2012 and is lower than all BC (2013: 47% for Outdoor Sport Tour vs.
52% for all BC).
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Outdoor
Sport Tour CU is significantly higher than all BC.
Outdoor sport and recreational guides contribute the most claims in the Outdoor Sport
Tour CU.
There were 74 Prevention Orders issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June
30, 2014, no Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
From 2009 to 2014 YTD, no Warning Letters were sent and no Penalties were imposed.
Between 2009 and 2014 YTD, there was one work-related death.
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2015 Base Rates
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Statistical Overview
In 2013, there were 442 employers in this industry, a 3% increase over the past four years.
Year
STD/LTD/Fatal Claim Cost
Claims
Paid*
Work Days
Lost*
Injury Rate (per 100
Return to Work
person-years of
(<=4 weeks)
employment)
Person Years
STD Duration
(Average Days
Lost per Claim)
WorkSerious
Related
Injuries**
Deaths
2009
43
$697,256
4,213
3.1
N/A
1,246
100
10
0
2010
50
$624,867
3,880
4.6
N/A
1,230
90
9
0
2011
47
$1,355,770
3,979
3.5
52%
1,255
85
9
1
2012
39
$1,080,399
3,243
3.0
36%
1,269
121
11
0
2013
58
$648,658
3,961
3.5
47%
1,558
106
10
0
Total
237
$4,406,949
19,276
3.5 (Avg)
45% (Avg)
1,312 (Avg)
103 (Avg)
49
1
2009 to 2013
% Change
35%
-7%
-6%
13%
N/A
25%
6%
0%
N/A
* Note: The Claim Cost Paid and Work Days Lost relate to the claims from all years of injury and are not just the results of the
given year's claims.
** Note: Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious
medical diagnosis with a long recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all workrelated death claims.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Time-loss Claims per 100 Person-years of
Employment
Injury Rate Trend
5.0
4.6
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.1
3.0
3.0
2.5
3.5
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
Injury Rate - Outdoor Sport Tour
Injury Rate - All BC
The Injury Rate for the Outdoor Sport Tour CU remains higher than the Injury Rate for all BC CUs
combined.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Claims and Employment Trends
60
56
55
1,800
1,600
44
Time-Loss Claims
1,246
40
39
1,230
1,558
1,269
1,400
1,200
1,255
38
1,000
30
800
Person Years
50
600
20
400
10
200
0
0
2009
2010
2011
# Time-Loss Claims
2012
2013
Person Years
The estimated number of workers (Person Years) saw a significant increase in 2013, whereas the number of time-loss
claims increased by 45%. This has resulted in an increase in the Injury Rate for the Outdoor Sport Tour CU in 2013.
Meanwhile, the assessable payroll has increased by 24.9% in 2013.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
STD Duration – Five Year Trend
Average Short-term Disability Days per Claim
140
121
120
106
100
100
90
85
80
60
55
60
59
60
58
40
20
0
2009
2010
2011
Outdoor Sport Tour
2012
2013
All BC
The average Short-Term Disability Duration (work days lost per claim) for the Outdoor Sport Tour
CU is significantly higher than all BC.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Return to Work (RTW)
The percentage of workers returning to work within 4 weeks increased in 2013 compared
to 2012 and is lower than all BC (2013: 47% for Outdoor Sport Tour vs. 52% for all BC).
% of Claims Returning to Work
within 4 Weeks
100%
80%
60%
52%
54%
53%
47%
52%
36%
40%
20%
0%
2011
2013
2012
Outdoor Sport Tour
All BC
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Occupations (Top 10)
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Occupation Type
# of Claims % of Claims
Outdoor sport and recreational guides
143
60%
Tour and travel guides
26
11%
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
8
3%
Light duty cleaners
4
2%
Chefs
4
2%
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport
4
2%
Water transport deck and engine room crew
4
2%
Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
4
2%
Photographers
3
1%
Other trades helpers and labourers
3
1%
Other
34
14%
Grand Total
237
100%
Outdoor sport and recreational guides contribute the most claims in the Outdoor Sport Tour CU.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Age and Gender
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Male
Female
Total
Age
# of Claims
% of Claims
# of Claims % of Claims # of Claims % of Claims
0 - 14
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
15 - 24
24
10%
34
14%
58
24%
25 - 34
61
26%
30
13%
91
38%
35 - 44
35
15%
7
3%
42
18%
45 - 54
25
11%
7
3%
32
14%
55 - 64
11
5%
2
1%
13
5%
65 and Over
1
0%
0
0%
1
0%
Total
157
66%
80
34%
237
100%
Young Workers (aged 15-24) represent 24%, while Mature Workers (aged 45 - 64)
represent 19% of the total STD/LTD/Fatal claims. The majority of these claims were
made by males.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Accident and Injury Type
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
Accident Type
Claims
Fall from Elevation
Overexertion
Struck By
Other Bodily Motion
Fall on Same Level
Other
Claim Costs
25%
22%
14%
11%
9%
20%
Struck By
Fall from Elevation
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Caught In
Other
Work Days Lost
29%
28%
10%
6%
6%
21%
Fall from Elevation
Struck By
Overexertion
Fall on Same Level
Other Bodily Motion
Other
40%
31%
10%
10%
2%
6%
Other Strains
Fractures
Back Strain
Concussion
Contusion
Other
22%
15%
15%
10%
9%
30%
Injury Type
Claims
Other Strains
Back Strain
Fractures
Contusion
Laceration
Other
Claim Costs
44%
16%
12%
9%
5%
13%
Fractures
Other Strains
Concussion
Back Strain
Laceration
Other
Work Days Lost
49%
23%
13%
3%
3%
9%
Fall from Elevation contributes the most claims, while Struck By contributes the most to claim
costs in the Outdoor Sport Tour CU. The most common injury type is Other Strains, while
Fractures contributes the most claim costs.
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Other Injury Factors
% STD/LTD/Fatal Claims, 2009 - 2013 Profile
* Note: Uncoded claim costs have been proportionally allocated to coded categories
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Serious Injury Claims
Between 2009 and 2013, the Outdoor Sport Tour CU combined for 49 Serious Injury Claims*. Serious Injuries
represent 21% of the claims in the Outdoor Sport Tour CU and account for 45% of the claims cost paid to date.
Accident Type
Injury Type
Fall from Elevation
29%
Fractures
51%
Struck By
16%
Other Strains
12%
Overexertion
10%
Laceration
8%
Fall on Same Level
10%
Concussion
8%
Other Bodily Motion
10%
Dislocation
Other
24%
Other
8%
12%
The serious injury claims in this CU are more likely to involve: fractures.
*Serious Injuries include time-loss claims that represent either a serious medical diagnosis, or a potentially-serious medical diagnosis with a long
recovery period of 50+ days paid (10+ weeks off work). Serious Injuries also include all work-related death claims.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Serious Injury Claim Examples
Fall from Elevation
Cost
Days
Worker hopped onto a horse and the horse pulled away causing worker to fall and landed onto a
stump.
$
14,000
210
Fell from a height of approx 20 ft, building new zipline, landed on hip on rock.
$
12,000
50
Struck By
Cost
Worker stabbed self in hand while cutting up moose.
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$
26,000
Days
120
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Work-Related Deaths
Year Occupation
2011 Outdoor sport and recreational guides
Description
FATAL - HELI-SKI GUIDE STOPPED TO TAKE A PHOTOGRAPH ON THE
SWANSON GLACIER FELL INTO A DEEP CREVASSE WHEN SNOW BENEATH
GAVE WAY
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Prevention Activity
35
31
29
30
25
25
21
20
16
16
16
14
15
14
13
13
10
3
5
0
2009
2010
2011
Inspection Reports
2012
2013
2014
Other Contacts
There were 103 Inspection Reports issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June 30,
2014, 3 Inspection Reports have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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Outdoor Sport Tour - CU # 761028
Prevention Orders
45
42
40
35
35
28
30
25
20
15
16
12
17
14
9
10
5
8
2
0
0
0
2009
2010
2011
Prevention Orders
2012
2013
2014
Order Follow-Ups
There were 74 Prevention Orders issued between 2009 and 2014YTD. As of June 30,
2014, no Prevention Orders have been issued year-to-date.
Note: 2014 is currently June YTD.
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