Our company-wide belief that one incident is too many underpins our safety culture. Guided by our safety principles, at work, at home, at play, and behind the wheel, we’re committed to providing a safe workplace for our employees, and a safe environment for our customers and communities.
The bar graph chart shows OG&E's Occupational Safety and Health Administration Recordable Incident Rate 2007 – 2020. The Total Recordable Incident Rate is a U.S. measure of occupational safety and health, useful for comparing working conditions in workplaces and industries. It is calculated by combining the actual number of safety incidents and total work hours of all employees with a standard employee group (100 employees working 40 hours a week for 50 weeks a year).
Numerical values presented on the chart image:
|Year||Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)|
The bar graph chart represents OG&E's Occupational Safety and Health Administration Recordable Incident Rate from 2007-2020. Each year is represented with a vertically ascending bar indicating the rate of recordable incidents per year.
OG&E’s Health & Safety Management System helps our managers, supervisors, and employees achieve safety excellence. This system includes operating standards, policies, life-saving rules, processes, procedures, data, technology, and regular audits. We have many safety committees across all levels and functions of the company that focus on high-quality safety training programs, hazard and risk identification and mitigation, and annual safety improvement targets for employees. OG&E teams perform situational workspace safety audits and self-audits.
Our FEMA-based Incident Command System enables robust planning and effective staffing so we can restore power as quickly and safely as possible and continue to provide service to our communities during storms and other disasters. Since 1999, the Edison Electric Institute has recognized our emergency response efforts 11 times during large-scale power restoration events affecting the OG&E system.