Chart I

Growth of OSHA Safety and Health Partnerships

VPP Sites
1993 = 0
1994 = 200
1995 = 200
1996 = 250
1997 = 400
1998 = 450
1999 = 600
2000 = 650
2001 = 800
2002 = 850
SHARP Sites
1993 = 0
1994 = 0
1995 = 200
1996 = 250
1997 = 400
1998 = 850
1999 = 1000
2000 = 1050
2001 = 1200
2002 = 1250
Partnership
1993 = 0
1994 = 0
1995 = 0
1996 = 0
1997 = 850
1998 = 850
1999 = 1000
2000 = 1200
2001 = 1250
2002 = 1400


Chart II

Net Costs ($ M)

Millons of Dollars
Fiscal Year
1999 = 650
2000 = 700
2001 = 750
2002 = 800


Chart III

Fatal At All Mines FY 1991 - 2002

Fatalities
1991 = 104
1992 = 101
1993 = 98
1994 = 98
1995 = 87
1996 = 95
1997 = 100
1998 = 80
1999 = 82
2000 = 88
2001 = 71
2002 = 71
FY 2002 = Baseline
FY 2002 Target = 64


Chart IV

Non-Fatal Injury Incidence Rate for All Mines FY 1991 - 2002

Non- Fatal Injuries Per 200,000 Hours Worked
1991 = 5.66
1992 = 5.21
1993 = 4.87
1994 = 4.73
1995 = 4.33
1996 = 3.86
1997 = 3.66
1998 = 3.75
1999 = 3.50
2000 = 3.46
2001 = 3.29
2002 = 3.16
FY 2002 = Baseline
FY 2002 Target = 2.87


Chart V

Coal Mine Respirable Dust Exposures

Percent of Exposures Above Applicable Standard
Baseline =15.0%
FY 2002 Target = 14.2%
FY 2002 Final = 15.0%
Baseline = FY 2002


Chart VI

Metal and Nonmetal Mine Silica Dust Exposures

Percent of Exposures Above Applicable Standard
Baseline = 9.3%
FY 2002 Target = 8.8%
FY 2002 Final = 6.6%
Baseline = FY 2001


Chart VII

MSHA Noise Exposures

Percent of Exposures Above Applicable Standard
Baseline = 9.0%
FY 2002 Target = 8.6%
FY 2002 Final = 5.8%
Baseline = FY 2000 - FY 2001


Chart VIII

Silica Exposures (Average Silica Exposure Severity)

Fiscal Year
1999 = 2.8
2000 = 3.8
2001 Baseline = 1.2
2002 = 4.2


Chart XI

Lead Exposures (Average Lead Exposure Severity)

Fiscal Year
1999 = 2.5
2000 = 3.1
2001 Baseline = 5.8
2002 = 0.9


Chart X

Workplace Amputations (5-Year Averages: Rate per 10,000 Full-Time Workers)

Calendar Year
93-95 Baseline= 1.45
94-96 = 1.37
95-97 = 1.29
96-98 = 1.21
97-99 = 1.20
98-00 = 1.05


Chart XI

Workplaces Receiving DOL Interventions from FY 1995 to Present Experiencing at Least 20% Reduction in Illness and Injury Rates

FY 1999 = 50,100
FY 2000 = 67,900
FY 2001 = 88,850
FY 2002 = 100,000


ChartXII

Private Sector Construction Fatality Rates (Fatalities per 100,000 workers)

Fatality Rate
Calendar Year
1995 = 14.7
1996 = 14.0
1997 = 14.1
1999 = 14.6
2000 = 14.0
2001 = 13.3
2002 =