TRIR Calculator (OSHA Incident Rate)

This Total Recordable Incident Rate calculator helps you determine whether your employees' work-related injuries are high or low.

Through its Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the United States Department of Labor monitors companies regarding their employee safety and protection measures.

If your business has high rates of TRIR and DART, the OSHA may decide to check it out, and you may have to deal with all the legal consequences of bad safety management.

You can use this TIRR calculator by entering the number f hours worked and the number of injuries recorded.

A total of 5,190 work related injuries were recorded in 2021.

OSHA Incident Rate Calculator

Your employees might benefit from impairment payout. You might also want to calculate your net income before you get into trouble.


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  • Webb, G. R., Redman, S., Wilkinson, C., & Sanson-Fisher, R. W. (1989). Filtering effects in reporting work injuries∗. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 21(2), 115-123.
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