## How is safety rate calculated?

How to Calculate: OSHA Recordable Incident Rate. The formula for how to calculate TRIR is simple: the number of incidents, multiplied by 200,000, then divided by the total number of hours worked in a year.

### How is RIR calculated?

An incidence rate of injuries and illnesses may be computed from the following formula: (Number of injuries and illnesses X 200,000) / Employee hours worked = Incidence rate.

**How do you calculate OSHA DART rate?**

The DART rate is calculated using the following formula: (Number of OSHA Recordable injuries and illnesses that resulted in Days Away; Restricted; Transferred X 200,000) / Employee hours worked = Days Away Restricted Transferred (DART) Rate.

**What is OSHA’s formula for risk?**

You can calculate your TCIR or TRIR by using the following formula: (Number of OSHA Recordable injuries and illnesses X 200,000) / Employee total hours worked = Total Case Incident Rate.

## How do you calculate Ltir and TRIR?

Lost Time Injury rate follows a simple formula to indicate your performance. Divide the total number of lost time injuries in a certain time period by the total number of hours worked in that period, then multiply by 200,000 to get the LTIR.

### What are good safety metrics?

8 safety metrics you need to track every month

- Toolbox talks frequency.
- Worker Participation.
- Safety Program Performance Reviews.
- Corrective Action Completion Velocity.
- Employee Training.
- Non-compliant PPE Use.
- Incidents and Near Misses.
- Safety Program Goal Setting.

**How is TRIR and dart calculated?**

A TRIR calculation is made by taking the number of OSHA recordable incidents your company had in a year, multiplying it by 200,000 (the number of hours that 100 employees, working a 40-hour week, would log in 50 weeks), then dividing that number by the total number of hours worked by your employees in that year.

**What is an OSHA DART rate?**

DART stands for Days Away, Restricted or Transferred. The DART rate is an OSHA calculation that determines how safe your business has been in a calendar year in reference to particular types of workers’ compensation injuries.