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6. Numbers of injuries resulting in five days incapacity by mechanism of incident (CIS report)

For: Employers and managers

This report is part of our Customer Information System (CIS).


Description: This report displays data on the number of claims to have their 5th day of incapacity determined in the chosen reporting period, and is then broken down by Mechanism of Incident. This report is presented as a table, with data grouped by month.

Access Level Required: Management level access.

Export options: .pdf and .rtf

Benefits: These measures provide a proxy of the numbers of work related injuries occurring in the period and accumulating the 5th day's incapacity. This forms the base data for the P2 SRCC indicators and needs to be supplemented and calculated using the additional average number of FTE employee data element available in house.
Indicators displayed are:

  • Incidence of injuries resulting in 5 days incapacity (for each MOI) = (Number of claims in which the 5th of incapacity was determined (for each MOI) divided by the average number of FTE employees who worked in the period) * 1000

Parameters: Number of claims in which the 5th of incapacity was determined in the period resulting from the major Mechanism of Incident groups.

Fields Description
Month or yearThe period other fields within report relate to.
Falls, trips and slipsThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Hitting objects with bodyThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Being hit by moving objectsThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Sound and pressureThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Body stressingThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Heat, elec + other enviro factThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Chemicals and other substancesThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Biological factorsThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Mental stressThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
Other and unspecifiedThe major group used in the Type of Occurrence Classification System to differentiate how claimants have been injured.
TotalThe sum of previous fields on the report.
Page last reviewed: 20 March 2020
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Date printed 02 Jul 2020

https://www.comcare.gov.au/claims/employer-information/access-claims-information/report-6