Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate
Definition - What does Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate mean?
The total recordable injury frequency rate is the number of fatalities, lost time injuries, cases or substitute work and other injuries requiring medical treatment by a medical professional per million hours worked. This is in contrast to the lost time injury frequency rate, which is limited to the number of fatalities and lost time injuries per million employees.
Safeopedia explains Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate
There are a number of calculations designated by OSH regulations that companies must use in order to determine their safety record. In addition to determining their total recordable injury frequency rate, calculations must also be made to ascertain the lost time illness and injury frequency rate, the total recordable injuries and the all injury and illness frequency rate.
- Total Recordable Frequencies (TRF)
- Total Recordable Injuries (TRI)
- Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR)
- Lost Time Injury Incidence Rate (LTIIR)
- OSHA 300 Log
- Accident Rate Workplace Health and Safety
- Fatal Incident
- Injury Frequency Rate Occupational Health and Safety
- Injury Severity Rate
- Lost Time Injury (LTI)