EHS Metrics

In a continued effort to improve our Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) performance across all programs, and in line with Vectrus’ Vector to Zero philosophy, we have selected a global system called Enterprise Valued Analytics (EVA). This tool allows us to manage workplace incidents, risk assessments, and audits and inspections to streamline EHS-related processes and integrate powerful solutions to mitigate risks and expand the scope of our capabilities. 

Enterprise Valued Analytics (EVA) is a comprehensive enterprise suite for EHS, Quality, Compliance, and Risk management that will allow each program to access and manage critical workplace EHS information and help build and support a strong EHS culture. Employees will be able to document all EHS processes in a centralized location and obtain valuable data trends, track action items, and communicate results to stakeholders. 

Enterprise Valued Analytics offers:

  • Incident reporting and investigation including corrective and preventative actions
  • Data aggregation and trend analysis through reports and interactive dashboards
  • Audit programs
  • Risk assessments
LEADING INDICATORS

We conduct several assessments and performance reviews that are indicators of continuous improvement:

  • Safety Messages
  • Risk Assessment Reviews
  • Reward and Recognition
  • EHS Improvements
  • Reported Near Misses
  • Corrective Actions and Preventative Actions

Global EHS Performance Metrics

TOTAL RECORDABLE INCIDENT RATE (TRIR) Global data for employees and supervised contractors

Calculated by multiplying the number of OSHA recordable injuries and illnesses by 200,000 hours worked and then dividing by the total number of hours worked by both employees and supervised contract employees during a determined period. Thanks to our safety and health initiatives, we have achieved consistently low TRIRs during the past few years.   

COVID-19 RESPONSE

During the COVID-19 global pandemic we experienced a significant number of exposures in the workplace. With the implementation of controls including vaccination campaigns, we were able to reduce the number of recordable COVID-19 incidents. 

Days Away Restricted or Transferred (DART) Rate Global data for employees and supervised contractors

Calculated by multiplying the number of OSHA Recordable injuries and illnesses that resulted in Days Away; Restricted; or Transferred by 200,000 hours worked and then dividing by the total number of hours worked by both employees and supervised contract employees during a determined period. 

Near Miss Frequency rate (NMFR)

Calculated by multiplying the number of near misses, unsafe acts, or unsafe conditions reported in the workplace by 200,000 hours worked and then dividing by the total number of hours worked by both employees and supervised contract employees during a determined period.