# What is Trfir?

## What is Trfir?

Page 1. Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) – Further Information. “TRIFR” measures how frequently recordable injuries are occurring. The TRIFR statistic refers to the frequency of recordable work-related injuries or illness for each one million hours worked.

## What is trif in safety?

TRIF: Total Recordable Injury Frequency This tells you how many workers would get injured for every 100 employees worth of full-time hours worked. So, a TRIF of 4 means that if you theoretically had exactly 100 workers on a site working a 40-hour work week, you would have seen four recordable injuries in the year.

**What is safety TRF?**

Total recordable frequency (TRF) refers to the rate of repetition of all workplace related death, sickness and injuries that cause unconsciousness, limit work, movement, performance, result in job cessation, transfer to another job, or which require medical treatment or first aid.

**How is LTI calculated in safety?**

To calculate your lost time injury rate, follow this simple formula: Divide your total number of lost time injuries (in a given time period) by the total number of hours worked (in that period).

### What is Mtifr?

Medically Treated Injuries MTIFR = number of MTI’s X 1,000,000 divided by hours worked per month. A Medically Treated Injury (MTI) is recorded when a worker is assessed to require medical attention from a health professional beyond the requirements of First Aid.

### What is TCIR and Dart?

The Total Case Incident Rate, also known as the TCIR and TRIR, is defined as the number of all work-related injuries per 100 full-time workers during a one-year period. This is because only the more severe OSHA recordable injuries and illnesses are included in your DART rate.

**What is a good LTI rate?**

The lost time injury frequency rate industry average depends on the specific industry. Below are a few 2018 OSHA recordable industry incident rate averages. Use them as general benchmarks for your own organization’s performance. Across all industries, OSHA’s average incident rate is 2.9 per 100 full-time employees.

**What is an MTI injury?**

A medical treatment injury (MTI) is defined as an injury or disease that resulted in a certain level of treatment (not first aid treatment) given by a physician or other medical personnel under standing orders of a physician.

## What does TRF stand for in health and safety?

Total recordable frequency (TRF) refers to the rate of repetition of all workplace related death, sickness and injuries that cause unconsciousness, limit work, movement, performance, result in job cessation, transfer to another job, or which require medical treatment or first aid. Safeopedia Explains Total Recordable Frequency (TRF)

## What does TRCF stand for?

PDO also recorded its best ever year in terms of Total Recordable Case Frequency (TRCF) safety performance and has now achieved 450 million kms without a work related road fatality.

**How do you calculate OSHA TRCF?**

Take the total number of recordable incidents for the year from your OSHA 300. Multiply that number by 200,000, which represents the number of hours worked by 100 full-time employees, 40 hours per week for 50 weeks per year. People also ask, what is TRCF? How do you calculate HSE in statistics?

**How do you calculate TRCF frequency?**

A simple formula for calculating accident incidence (frequency) is to: Take the total number of recordable incidents for the year from your OSHA 300. Multiply that number by 200,000, which represents the number of hours worked by 100 full-time employees, 40 hours per week for 50 weeks per year. People also ask, what is TRCF?