Calculating OSHA Injury Illness Incidence Rates

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Calculating OSHA Injury Illness Incidence Rates

Download our Guide to calculating recordable injury and illness rates. This guide will help you understand how to calculate recordable incident rates for completing the OSHA 300 Log. It is also a useful tool to help you evaluate the safety performance of your facility. The Guide Contains: •Incident Rate Formula •Table for Incident Rate per Hours Worked •Comparative Incident Rate Table by Number of Employees •Incident Rate Table by Time Factors