Use our free DART Rate calculator to determine your company's Days Aways/Restricted or Job Transfer (DART) Rate and compare it to the national average. DART Rate is a lagging indicator used to measure workplace injuries and illnesses that result in time away from work, restricted job roles, or permanent transfers to new positions. Facilities and industries with DART rates above their industry average are often targeted by OSHA for inspections.
You can calculate your company’s DART Rate using either the formula or the DART Rate calculator provided below.
DART Rate = (Number of DART incidents) X 200,000 / (Total number of hours worked)