TRIR

AcronymDefinition
TRIRTotal Recordable Incident Rate (workplace safety indicator)
TRIRTotal Recordable Injury Rate
TRIRTime-Resolved Infrared Spectroscopy
TRIRToxic Relief Inventory Reports
TRIRTime-Resolved Infrared Radiometry (physics)
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This means that there existed a relationship between TRIR and the explanatory variables; the number of safety audits, training hours and safety infraction disciplinary actions.
To have zero incidents is our goal, but the fact remains that a TRIR of zero is incredibly difficult to achieve.
The KPIs featured within this publication include: TRIR, nonfatal TRIR, DART, fatality rate, total number of fatalities and incident severity (in days).
In comparison, the TRIR figures achieved by Qatalum was "the best" among GCC (Gulf Co-operation Council) and Hydro smelters.
TRIR is a key safety metric which measures the rate of recordable workplace injuries per 100 workers, per year.
TRIR averages for the pipeline, terminal and refining industries are all tracked separately, but to put NuStar's TRIR in perspective, the pipeline industry average is 2.
HE Dr al-Sada congratulated Oryx GTL for achieving approximately 16mn man-hours without a Lost Time Incident and the completion of two years with zero TRIR.
Axip focuses on safely providing reliable and flexible services, and is proud to have a 2014 year to date TRIR (total recordable injury rate) of 0.
EMCOR's TRIR 2008 rate reflects a 5 percent reduction over 2007 and a 45 percent reduction since EMCOR's "Be There For Life Zero Accident Program" (a cross-Company program that focuses on the importance of safety), was launched in 2003.
Ball also improved its safety record, reducing its total recordable incident rate (recordable incidents per 200,000 hours worked) by 5 percent and finishing 2013 with a TRIR of 1.
Safety continued to improve at BOURBON, with TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate per million hours worked) of 0.