Report: APP CMHS Project 1




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Appendix B Injury and Rated Definitions



Disabling Injury - (DI) or Restricted Work Injury - (RWI)

Injuries resulting in that person not returning to his/her complete range of normal duties

Fatal Injury – (FI)

An injury that results in death.

Fatal Injury Frequency Rate – (FIFR)

The number of fatal injuries per one million hours worked.

Frequency Rate – (FR)

The number of occupational fatalities or injuries expressed as a rate per million hours worked. This rate is calculated using the following formula:

(number of occupational fatalities or injuries) x (1,000,000)
(number of hours worked)

Incidence Rate – (IR)

The number of fatalities or injuries per 1000 employees. This rate is calculated using the following formula:

(number of occupational fatalities or injuries) x (1000)
(number of employees)

Lost Time Injury – (LTI)

An injury that results in a minimum of one full shift’s absence (AS1885.1 – 1990).

Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate – (LTIFR)

The number of lost time injuries per one million hours worked.

Medical Treatment Injury – (MTI)

An injury requiring medical treatment

Medical Treatment Incident Frequency Rate – (MTIFR)

An injury requiring treatment by a medical practitioner. The number of medical treatment injuries per million hours worked.

Number of Hours Worked

The total number of hours worked by employees in the recording unit during the recording period

Restricted Work Incident Frequency Rate – (RWIFR)

An injury resulting in restriction to normal work but no lost time. The number of restricted work cases per one million hours worked.

Severe Injury – (SI)

An injury that results in a minimum of two weeks off work.

Total Recordable Injury – (TRI)

= LTI +DI/RWI + MTI


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