Health and Safety Performance | Workplace Health & Safety | Corning

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Health and Safety

Health and Safety

Health and Safety

Safety and Health Performance

Safety and Health Performance

The chart to the left shows employee incident rates for both recordable cases and lost workday cases for the past 10 years. The incident rate is calculated using the standard OSHA definition: 

Rate = (Number of Cases x 200,000) / Exposure Hours
(200,000 represents 100 employees working 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year)

Corning has experienced zero employee fatalities in the same timeframe.