Total Recordable Injuries (TRI)
Definition - What does Total Recordable Injuries (TRI) mean?
The term total recordable injuries (TRI) includes all fatalities, lost time injuries, cases restricted for work, cases of substitute work due to injury, and medical treatment cases by medical professionals (doctors, nurses, etc.). It does not include any first aid injury.
Safeopedia explains Total Recordable Injuries (TRI)
TRI includes the following:
- Fatality - accidental death at workplace
- Lost Time Injury (LTI) - workplace injury causing an individual to be unfit for work and causes absence from work
- Restricted Work Case (RWC) - workplace injury causing an individual to be given an alternative job assignment
- Medical Treatment Case (MTC) - workplace injury requiring treatment by a medical professional
TRI records can be found in the log of work related Injuries and illnesses form 300 of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and survey of occupational injuries and illnesses form of Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (USA).
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