## What is Ltir and TRIR?

TRIR (Total Recordable Injury Rate) TRIR is calculated by the number of lost time, restricted work and medical treatment cases x 1,000,000 then divided by the total hours worked. LTIR (Lost Time Incident Rate) LTIR is calculated by the number of lost time cases x 1,000,000 then divided by the total hours worked.

## How do you calculate Ltir and TRIR?

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. This number tells you the number of lost time injuries per 100 worker years (equivalent to 2000 hours worked for each of 100 workers).

**What is Ltir in OSHA?**

Lost Time Incident Rate is a standard OSHA metric that calculates the number of incidents that result in time away from work. Not all recordable incidents result in lost time, which is why there is a separate calculation for these more severe incidents.

**What is the difference between RIR and Ltir?**

Your RIR is the Recordable Injury/Incident Rate. You may be asked for your LTIR which is Lost Time Injury/Incident Rate. This is total from column (K). For a 3 year total you have to refer to 3 year’s of logs.

### What is a good TRIR rate?

3.0

A good TRIR is 3.0 or less. A perfect TRIR is zero. Many companies in ISNetworld® will grade your company based on your TRIR score so it is very important that you keep it as low as possible.

### How is TRIR calculated?

– Calculation Formula: Total Number of Recordable Cases x 200,000/divided by total hours worked by all employees during the year covered. In other words, even 1 or 2 recordable injuries incurred by a smaller contractor will greatly inflate the TRIR score. …

**Is EMR the same as TRIR?**

TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate) DART (Days Away, Restricted or Transferred) EMR (Experience Modification Rate)

**What is a good OSHA incident rate?**

A good TCIR rate is relative to the industry and type of work done, but once you’ve completed your calculation you can compare it to findings from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Overall, the average OSHA Incident Rate is 2.9 cases per 100 full-time employees in private industry.