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CLIDE Safety Enabler and Barriers Indicator Rating (CSEBIR)

CLIDE Safety Enabler and Barriers Indicator Rating (CSEBIR) provides research, ratings, and data analysis for companies’ to improve safety performance index and zero injury goal arising from data analytics. Through an in-depth analysis of data captured with our statistical tools, we help companies to know the safety performance barriers which stops them achieving zero inspite of putting hard efforts. Anything more than “ZERO” always reflects on the balance sheet as expenditure and bring down the profit. CLIDE, SEBIR tool can reveal hidden barriers or opportunities that may not be captured by conventional analyses.

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CSEBIR Analysis

CLIDE SEBIR is designed to help companies understand safety performance barriers and opportunities and integrate these factors into the procedure and management process. Our team of research analysts assesses SEBIR data points across on 7 SEBIR issues for company, focusing on the relationship between a company’s core business and SEBIR issues that can create risks and opportunities for the company.
Knowing the potential barriers can impact your investments patterns from macro SEBIR trends. From resource scarcity to changing governance standards, from global workforce to a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape, SEBIR factors can impact the long-term risk and return profile of investment.

What result can you expect?

Identify the Enablers
and Barriers

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Recommendation for

Action plan for
next 5 years


Example of our work

CLIDE Management CSEBIR Rating

CLIDE​ Implementation has helped clients deliver substantial results in ​achieving more than 31 lakh safe man-hours, in industries ranging from ​oil and gas, construction and ​pharma​ to ​steel​ and ​manufacturing​.

CSEBIR Three Stage Approach

CSEBIR Step No.1

Identify Key SEBIR Drivers for Each Industry

SEBIR identifies four to seven key SEBIR trends and issues, where company get mostly affected by these factors and has large contribution on the safety performance. These are issues which can call for unanticipated costs expenditure in the future and bring the profit down.

CSEBIR Step No.2

 Evaluate SEBIR issues

SEBIR analysts calculate the size of each company’s exposure to key SEBIR issues based on a granular breakdown of a companies’ business: its core product segments or business activities, the locations of its plants, and other relevant measures for specific issues such as the percentage of outsourced business to contractors and its impact on safety. The analysis then takes into account the extent to which a company has developed robust strategies and demonstrated a strong track record of performance in managing its specific level of enablers or barriers. By weighing a company’s strategy and performance against its specific level of enabler or barriers, CLIDE SEBI ratings model is designed to measure any gaps in companies’ safety management systems.

CSEBIR Step No.4

Identify Key SEBIR Drivers for Each Industry

CSEBIR Step No.4

SEBIR identifies four to seven key SEBIR trends and issues, where company get mostly affected by these factors and has large contribution on the safety performance. These are issues which can call for unanticipated costs expenditure in the future and bring the profit down.

CSEBIR Step No.3

Ranting of SEBIR Issues 

Using an specific key issue weighting model, companies are rated and ranked on the hierarchy of impact these issues can have on the safety performance index on percentage basis.


CLIDE Management CSEBIR Safety Index

The percentage ratio of accident and training cost is calculated in the PBT (Profit before tax). Lesser than 1 Accident to PBT ratio helps improve the safety performance index. Training cost expenditure done for safety competency improvement also help improve safety performance index, provided this score helps Human Capital Development Score (HCDS) to be on higher side. For ex. if the Training to PBT ratio is high but the HCDS is very less, your company safety performance index will also come down.

How does survey benefits organisation?

Benchmarking areas
for best in industry

Insight on the cost investment and its returns

Business Risk
Profile (L/M/H/E)

Overall Performance of
SMS as one score

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