* Is High or Low Best: Lower is Better
Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) is an indicator of the diligence with which the company implements worker safety controls and procedures. High values for this KPI may be indicative of inadequate safety training programs, out of date or malfunctioning machinery or a lack of sufficient safety employees or inspectors within the company. TRIR may be reduced if managers investigate worksites after accidents or near misses to identify the root cause of the problem and prevent future incidents from occurring as well as increasing the number of inspections prior to safety incidents.
The number of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable Injury and Illness cases recorded multiplied by 200,000, then divided by the total number of employee labor hours worked.
Two values are used to calculate this KPI: (1) number of OSHA recordable Injury and Illness cases that occur in a year * 200,000, and (2) the total number of employee hours worked in a year. A recordable incident is a work-related injury or illness that causes fatality, unconsciousness, lost work days, restricted work activity, job transfer, or medical care beyond first aid. The number of cases is multiplied by 200,000 to in order to calculate the number of incidents per 100 employees (100 employees * 40 hours per week * 50 weeks per year = 200,000 hours worked).
(Number of OSHA Cases * 200,000 / Total Employee Hours Worked in a Year)
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