
Lost Workday Rate Calculator
Find out how many workdays are lost as a result of injury or illness with the Lost Day Workday (LWD) Rate Calculator Unlike the Lost Time Incident Rate, which determines the number of cases contributing to lost time, the Lost Workday Incident Rate takes into account the specific number of days lost to an injury or illnessUse this rate to evaluate existing safety programs, plan for new safety ....

How Incident Rates are Calculated
Other rates you can compute The Lost Time Case Rate considers only incidents in which workday were lost Here again, you multiply your number of lost time cases by 200,000, and divide the result by the total number of hours worked by your employe And, once again, the result tells you how many employees lost time per 100 employees on your ....

Injury Frequency Rates
Example frequency rates Riddor Injury and Frequency Rates 2013/14p for reported injuries Industry4 Major or Specified injuries Over7day injuries Riddor ASHE HOUR03 Riddor ASHE HOUR03 Nos Rate5 Frequency Rate Nos Rate5 Frequency Rate A  Agriculture, Forestry And Fishing 292 19384 100 085 470 31200 161 136...

What is the Injury Frequency Rate (IFR)?
An injury frequency rate (IFR) is the number of injuries sustained for every one million employee hours worked The calculation involves multiplying the number of injuries in a period by one million hours and dividing it by the number of labor hours worked at the company...

HSE Rate Formulas
Lost Workday Case Rate + Total Recordable Case Rate + Lost Workday Day Rate: Injury Frequency (also known as: Injury Frequency Index) Lost Time cases + Restricted Duty Cases + Death/Fatality Cases + Other Recordable Cases * 200000/Total Hours Worked: Injury Severity: Total Lost Work Days Cases * 200,000 / Total Hours Worked...

Lost Workday Case
The lost workday cases incidence rate fell from 58 to 56 Work injuries and illnesses decline in manufacturing sector incidence rate for lost workday cases that is 75% better...

Glossary of HSE TERMS
The Lost Time Injury Frequency is the number of Lost Time Injuries per million manhours worked during the period TRC (Total Reportable Cases) Total Reportable Cases are the sum of Fatalities, Permanent Total Disabilities, Permanent Partial Disabilities, Lost Workday Cases, Restricted Work Cases and Medical Treatment Cas...

Appendix B
(b) Case Incidence Rate: This rate represents the number of lost workday cases occurring per 200,000 hours of work exposure or 100 fulltime equivalent workers The same base is used in computing the occupational injury and illness rates for Oregon and for the nation...

OSHA Injury & Illness Incident Rate Calculator
LWD = Number of Injuries and/or Illnesses Resulting in Lost Workdays or Restricted Work Activity : EH = Total Number of Hours Worked by all Employees in One Year : LWDI Rate = #LWD cases x 200,000 = #Employee Hours Worked : Result : Lost Workday Incidence Rate per year...

Safety Formulas
Frequency Rate: 893 Based on 5 losttime injuries for 111,935 hours of exposure, this company would experience 893 losttime injuries by the time they reached 200,000 hours Note: 200,000 hours represents the equivalent of 100 employees working 1 full year B LostTime Injury Severity Rate No of Work Days Lost x 200,000...

Industry Injury and Illness Data
Highest rates for lost workday cases  injuries and illnesses  1996 , Injury incidence rates by size of establishment  1994 , US Bureau of Labor Statistics OCWC/OSH, PSB Suite 3180 2 Massachusetts Avenue NE Washington, DC 202120001...

KPI : Lost
The lostworkday case rate is based on the occupational lostworkday injury/illness cases multiplied by 200,000, then divided by the hours worked for the same time period in which the injury occurredFor example, if there was one lostworkday injury/illness case in a quarter and 50,000 hours worked, the the calculation would be:...

Industry Incidence and Rates
Injury Facts / Work / Industry Incidence and Rates / Industry Profil Industry Incidence and Rat Industry Profil Industry profiles provide data on the characteristics of injured and ill workers, and the injuries and illnesses that affected them by work industry sector This data, which may be used to help set priorities for occupational ....

What is the Lost Workday Rate (LWR)?
The Lost Workday Rate (LWR) is a standardized metric that provides a measure of the total number of working days lost within a workplace due to occupational injury or illness The formula for calculating LWR is prescribed by OSHA to ensure that all workplaces calculate the statistics the same way, thus guaranteeing the accuracy of the data...