Easier Ways to Calculate Your Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)
Companies large and small care about safety, and rightfully so! Classic office building employees may not consider the possibility of bodily harm the same way live construction site workers do, but in reality, TRIR (total recordable incident rate) is just as important in both scenarios.
How to Improve Safety Culture: Near Miss Analyses
Reporting and analyzing “near misses” on a worksite is a crucial way to improve safety culture. Learning from your mistakes is great, but it’s even better when you can learn from an “almost-mistake.” Particularly in the construction trade, where a mistake can be deadly. Incident reporting can be challenging and so anything we can do to prevent that process should be desired.
How Is TRIR Calculated? Get Your Rating Now With Our TRIR Calculator!
Do you believe that one small thing can have a BIG impact? Well, when it comes to your TRIR score, believe it!!
How can one small number called TRIR, calculated by a pretty simple formula, have so much importance? Why is it vital to the continued improvement of your safety program?
Learn from Incidents: Capture the Scene & Root Cause
Workplace incidents are traumatic and stressful events. The workers involved often are panicked, scared, and don't know what to do.