TRIFR

AcronymDefinition
TRIFRTotal Recordable Injury Frequency Rate
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Total reportable incident frequency rate (TRIFR) is a ratio calculated as follows: number of reportable injuries x 200,000 hours divided by the total number of hours worked.
The March quarter had an increase in TRIFR compared to the prior quarter, however there has been a slight improvement in TRIFR year-to-date.
Safety metrics improving with a decline in the total recordable injury frequency rate ('TRIFR') to 1.66 for both employees and contractors
Safety metrics improving with a decline in the TRIFR to 1.66 for both employees and contractors.
The Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) for Red River Resources is 8 for the year to date.
Newcrest's continued focus on eliminating fatalities and reducing injuries delivered another quarter with no fatal injuries and a TRIFR for the six months to end December 2017 which was 28% lower than the prior half.
* Zero Harm: TRIFR of 0.96, consistent with target of less than 1.