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How to Calculate Safety Man Hours ?.

thi4parent1984 Started The Discussion:

Dear Senior, I am new to this field. Kindly help me in calculating Safety Man hours . Thank you.

raghuvaran chakkaravarthy - Contributing Member
Dear ,,,,

warm welcome to citehr EHS forum.Please go by below mentioned link one of our senior Mr.Srinivasa rao explains brefily about man hour/days calcuation with attachments. . .

http://www.citehr.com/302925-safety-...s-board-2.html

Please let me know. . .

nathan1001 - Contributing Member
Dear,

Hi to calculate safe man hour there is an formula follows


Present of employee *working hours (8)*working day of the month = SMH

50employee*8hrs*26days =

if overtime is done same formula is applicable

ex

25 workmen*3hrs OT*no. of over time days =

same for CL's

make it into a EXCEL sheet and you will get per month man hours.

T/r
A.S.Nathan
0091 - 9941211503

kvsundaram - Contributing Member
hi all, pls. find a calculation formula sheet for your ref.


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dipil - Contributing Member
Dear KVS Great input... Thanks for sharing the same with us... Dear Mr. A.S.Nathan & Raghu: Thanks for your inputs.... @parent1984: Hope your query get answered...

raghuvaran chakkaravarthy - Contributing Member
Dear Nathan , Thanks for your input. . . Dear KVS, Great one!!!Thanks for your OSHA 300A sheet. . . Keep on sharing. . .

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