Understanding and Calculating DART
How to Calculate a DART Rate:
- Add the totals from Columns H and I of the OSHA 300 log ( total reportable injuries and illnesses resulting in days away from work, job transfer, or restricted job duties).
- Multiply this number by 200,000 (base hours worked for 100 full-time–equivalent employees).
- Divide the result by the total number of hours worked by all employees (including management, temporary, and leased workers).
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