People

Data: Health and Safety

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A. Global Lost-Time Case Rate (per 100 Employees)

Cases with one or more days away from work per 200,000 hours

 201320142015
Ford Motor Company (global)0.440.380.431
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics average for NAICS Code 3361 (motor vehicles manufacturing)1.41.91.6

NA = Not available.

  1. Includes South America Record keeping adjustments.

B. Lost-Time Case Rate by Region (per 100 Employees)

Cases with one or more days away from work per 200,000 hours

 201320142015
North AmericaNA0.750.75
South AmericaNA0.230.54
Middle East & AfricaNA0.040.1
Asia PacificNA0.030.03
Europe0.30.330.36
Americas0.7NANA
Asia Pacific Africa0.1NANA
  •  Reported to regulatory authorities

NA = Not available.

For 2013, lost-time case rate by region data is reported for three regions: Americas (which includes our operations in North and South America), Europe and Asia Pacific Africa (which includes our operations in Asia Pacific and Africa). In 2014, we reorganized our operations into five regional business units: Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and Middle East & Africa. For 2014 and future years, we will report lost-time case rate by region according to our new regional structure.

C. Workplace Health and Safety Violations

Number of violations

 201320142015
Total755
North AmericaNA41
South AmericaNA11
Middle East & AfricaNA00
Asia PacificNA03
Europe000
Americas2NANA
Asia Pacific Africa5NANA

NA = Not available.

For 2013, workplace health and safety violations data is reported for three regions: Americas (which includes our operations in North and South America), Europe and Asia Pacific Africa (which includes our operations in Asia Pacific and Africa). In 2014, we reorganized our operations into five regional business units: Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and Middle East & Africa. For 2014 and future years, we will report workplace health and safety violations according to our new regional structure.

D. Global Fatalities

Number of fatalities

201320142015
344

Global fatalities data includes Ford employees and contractors. In 2015, we marked the fifth consecutive year of zero fatalities among Ford employees. However, there were four fatalities among contractors – in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America – who were involved in construction projects at our facilities.