TCIR

AcronymDefinition
TCIRTotal Case Incident Rate
TCIRTwo Color Infrared
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The COMFRC enterprise has a TCIR rate of 2.12 and a DART rate of 1.28 through the first three quarters of fiscal 2018--the top milestone in safety metrics in COMFRC history.
COMFRC's rates are lower than the national Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) injury rates for aerospace depot maintenance operations, which have a TCIR rate of 3.4 and a DART rate of 2.1.
According to the BLS, TCIR is the generally accepted measurement of the rate of workplace injuries and illnesses within a given population in the U.S.
En la Tabla 1 y Tabla 2 se muestran la longitud media, TCIR y tasa de crecimiento absoluto de concha de abanico, estimados para los 2 experimentos.
Las TCIR y de crecimiento absoluto (dL/dt), fueron mayores en los primeros meses de los experimentos y disminuyeron progresivamente (Tabla 1; Figura 1b y Figura 2b).
My main message is that to go the next step in reducing TCIR, mills must use an important tool--vastly improved planning and scheduling of maintenance.
Our TCIR is 4.2 with a national average for our SIC of 5.8.
Although the use of statistics such as TCIR and LTA-F remains valuable for comparison to overall industry results, internal evaluations need numbers that are more "user-friendly." You can calculate such numbers simply and relate the actual occupational injury/illness cases or compensation costs directly to actual hours worked (hours of exposure) by removing the "100-employee" multiplying factor.
The project team has completed more than 650,000 man hours with a Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR) of less than 1.0.
NIBCO tracks several safety metrics in all facilities, including the total recordable case incident rate (TCIR); days away, restricted or transferred (DART); days away from work (DAFW); days restricted or transferred (DRWA); and workers compensation cost.