Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate

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Lost time injury frequency rate, abbreviated as LTIFR, is the number of lost time injuries that have occured within a given accounting period, relative to the total number of hours worked in that period.

 

Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate formula

\(\large{ LTIFR =  \frac{ TNLTI \; 200,000}{ TNE }  }\)   

Where:

\(\large{ LTIFR }\) = lost time injury frequency rate

\(\large{ TNLTI }\) = total number of lost time incidents

\(\large{ TNE }\) = total number of employees

 

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