How and where to report
CHASNZ aim is to enable all organisations to voluntarily report their lag data through to CHASNZ. How this will be achieved, the mechanisms for reporting, and the frequency with which reporting would be requested have not yet been determined. The first step is to define the lag data that the sector would like to see collected, and to agree the calculation methodology and definitional criteria.
Details and Definitions
Lag indicators can be a source of debate and discussion- what is included, what is excluded – what counts. At CHASNZ, we think that lag indicators are only the start, they are just one small point of information that you can look at. Therefore, we have developed a guide below that outlines our view of “the detail”. If you are stuck and want to develop a more sector consistent method for collating lag indicator data- then we suggest that you use our definitions and information below as your guide. We acknowledge that this isn’t perfect, and that it may differ from other sources of information. We think that it’s better to put something out there, so that we can start then to look at benchmarking other information and lead indicators that are more valuable in helping us all to target our resources, keep people safe and healthy, and benchmark our performance against each other.
It is recommended that people involved in health and safety incidents report these either directly or indirectly to the organisation they are working for directly at that time. Some of these incidents will be classed as recordable from a lag metrics perspective.
We encourage you to complete the Feedback Form and return it to email@example.com by 12th April 2019.