You can use the DART rate formula below to measure workplace injuries severe enough to warrant Days Away from work, job Restrictions, and/or job Transfers.
To determine the DART Rate, count the number of line entries on your OSHA Form 300 that received a check mark in columns (H) and (I), or refer to the entry in columns (H) and (I) on the OSHA Form 300A.
For example, if you have 50 employees who work a total of 100,000 hours during the year and have experienced 10 recordable injuries, the DART rate would be (10 ÷ 100,000) x 200,000 = 20.
Please note that this tool only works with numeric input.
The number of employees doesn't matter. The total number of injuries and the total number of hours the employees work during the year are the two important figures entered into the formula.
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