Every year, the Trust provides our members and clients with DART* (Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred) and Incidence** Rate data to assist your organization with establishing injury reduction benchmarks and to understand how your organization compares to similar organizations in Connecticut and, when available, nationally. The rates are computed using OSHA 300A and BLS data. OSHA also uses the DART Rates obtained through the electronic reporting requirement to identify organizations with high DART Rates which may result in OSHA inspections or inquiries. The information provided by the Trust will help you determine if your organization has a high DART Rate and thus be better prepared for a potential OSHA inspection.
Information and invitations were emailed to members in mid-February. If you have questions about this voluntary survey, please contact email@example.com. Data is due to the Trust by March 31, 2023. All requested information can be obtained from the OSHA Form 300A, which your organization completed and posted for the 2022 calendar year. All the data fields on the form must be completed in order to provide you with your DART and Incidence Rate information. A confidential summary report will be sent to all participating organizations via email in June 2023.
To provide information, we request that you complete the forms electronically via the links provided in our initial mailing. If you did not receive a request for data or a link to our form, you can fill out the survey here:
Please note: Only organizations within the NAICS code categories listed can participate in the survey due to data restrictions. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2023.
Should you have any questions, please contact Carol Fronczek at (203) 678-0161 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
* DART Rate = Total number of injuries and illnesses with lost time, restricted, or job transfer x 200,000 / Employee hours worked
** Incidence Rate: Total number of injuries and illnesses x 200,000 / Employee hours worked