Health & Safety Performance
Data is at the core of Antero’s Safety Management System. We continually track, trend, and analyze not only our health and safety performance, but the health and safety performance of our contractors. We use leading and lagging indicators to pinpoint opportunities for improvement and continually strive for health and safety excellence.
We track, trend, and analyze employee and contractor health and safety performance. We use leading and lagging indicators to pinpoint opportunities for improvement to our safety program. We track fatalities, lost time incidents, total recordable incidents, near misses, and their respective rates.
In 2019, Antero Resources had an employee and contractor Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR) of 0.026, an 83% decline from 2016. Antero Resources and Antero Midstream work locations experienced zero employee or contractor fatalities, a combined employee and contractor LTIR of 0.035, a 75% reduction on a combined basis since 2016. The Antero Resources employee and contractor Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) of 0.285 represents a 53% reduction from 2016. The combined Antero employee and contractor TRIR of 0.285 represents a 47% improvement since 2016. In comparison, the 2019 ISNetworld onshore oil and gas benchmark averages for our industry are 0.32 LTIR and 0.95 TRIR. As part of our behavior-based safety program, we track and evaluate near misses—those events that did not result in injury, illness, or damage, inclusive of spills, but under slightly different circumstances, would have had the potential to do so.