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It’s important to stay updated on your TCR and DART rate scores, and how they compare to other companies in your industry using NAICS codes. These scores help you to benchmark your business against industry averages. Scores higher than average are a lead indicator that Safety practices need to be updated, and can also result in lost business or higher insurance premiums. 

TCR Calculator

The TCR rate aka TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate) quantifies a company's “frequency” of injuries per 100 workers during a 1 year time period.

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Total Number of Injuries and Illnesses
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DART Calculator

The DART rate (Days Away Restricted Transfer) quantifies a company’s “severity” rate of injuries that require days away per 100 workers during a 1 year period.

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Total Number of DART Incidents
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About the DART Calculator

What Is DART Rate?

It means: Days Away, Restricted or Transferred. It’s a metric that helps track workers impacted by injury. It is used by OSHA to measure the impact of workplace injuries including employees who suffer a workplace injury or illness and causes them to stop working in normal scope.

Unlike total injury rate, DART represents only those injuries and illnesses that have had an impact on workplace activities. And unlike your lost time injury frequency rate, it will include any injury that has affected the normal course of your operations, not only those that resulted in causing an employee to temporarily or permanently cease working.

What Is TCIR?

Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR) is defined as the number of work-related injuries per 100 full-time workers during a one-year period. It is often also referred to as the OSHA incident rate or the total recordable incident rate (TRIR). OSHA uses TCIR to monitor high-risk industries. Safety managers can use it to track incidents and discover patterns across different departments or facilities.

If you want to learn more about DART rates and what goes into them, be sure to read "How to Calculate the OSHA DART Rate."

 

 

 

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