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Slide 49

Slide 49


  • Title: WISCONSIN ALUMINUM FOUNDRY -- Workers Compensation Loss Summary
  • Type: Vertical Bar by Year
  • Content:

    4 - One element for each year with two vertical bars; one (green) for number of claims, one (orange) for cost of claims.


    • 2000
      • Number of Claims = 166
      • Cost of Claims = $388,970
    • 2001
      • Number of Claims = 88
      • Cost of Claims = $110,012
    • 2002
      • Number of Claims = 94
      • Cost of Claims = $91,059
    • 2003 (4 months)
      • Number of Claims = 23
      • Cost of Claims = $13,814

    Speaker Notes:
    This company recognized the problem in 2000. They began implementing controls and redesigning operations. They have steadily increased safety and health performance reducing injuries and cutting comp costs. They are a part of a Foundry Partnership in Wisconsin and agreed to share their experience with OSHA and other foundries in the area.

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