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Recordable Injury Rate

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Recordable Injury Rate

Postby Langdon » Mon Nov 14, 2016 7:49 am

I read the question on how to get the formula rate when figuring out the RIR. Is this correct?

1 incident rate X 200,000 divided by 19,000(hours)=0.01
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Postby Roche » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:08 pm

: No.  The Recordable Incident Rate(RIR) equals the sum of Number of Incidents times 200,000(the assumed hours worked per year by 100 employees) divided by the number of hours worked.  In this case it is 1(1 Recordable Injury) times 200,000(or 200,000) divided by 19,000 hours or 10.526 Recordable Incidents per 100 employees.  The same formula can be used for Time Lost Incidents or All Incidents, just be sure and change the units on the answer to reflect what is being measured(i.e. 10.526 Time Lost Incidents per 100 employees).

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Postby Curro » Mon Nov 14, 2016 5:06 pm

I read the question on how to get the formula rate when figuring out the RIR. Is this correct?

1 incident rate X 200,000 divided by 19,000(hours)=0.01
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Postby Ekerd » Wed Nov 16, 2016 4:34 pm

Subject: Recordable Incident Rate

: I read the question on how to get the formula rate when figuring out the RIR. Is this correct?

1 incident rate X 200,000 divided by 19,000(hours) =0.01     Carol
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