manishanand83 Started The Discussion:
Dear All, I am looking calucaltion sheet of accidnet/incidnet/SR/FR in excel format with all formulas. If anyone having, please send me. Thanks & Regards.
Posted 9th June 2012 From India, Mumbai
Dear Manish,

The Formulae for Frequency rate is No of accidents x 10,00,000 / total number of man hours worked.

The formulae for Severity Rate is Total number mandays lost x 10,00,000 / Total number of manhours worked.

You can make excel sheet based on these inputs.

Thanks & Regards,

Sudhir
Posted 11th June 2012 From India, Nasik
Dear Manish

Please make it in simple excel file... The formula for the same is already given by Mr. Sudhir...

Do let me know any further help you required in making an excel file with formula inbuilt in it...
Posted 12th June 2012 From India
Dear Friends, Nice query! Now if there is a fatal accident; how will you account for man days lost? Regards, Kesava Pillai
Posted 12th June 2012 From India, Kollam
Dear Mr. Pillai, In Europe many companies consider 7500 mandays lost. dupont takes it as 6000 man days lost. Hope this clarifies. Thanks & Regards, Sudhir
Posted 12th June 2012 From India, Nasik
Dear Kesava Pillai Sir

A very warm welcome back to CiteHR EHS forum... Hope to get your guidance through this forum as actively as earlier...

We are counting 6000 man-days for each fatal accident... Why it is so taking, I don't have an idea?

Can you please share whether it is right and if so why 6000?
Posted 12th June 2012 From India
Dear Friends, You are right! ILO and IS 3786-1983 gives percentage loss of earning capacity and equivalent loss of man-days. Accordingly for death 6000 man-days are charged. Regards, Kesava Pillai
Posted 13th June 2012 From India, Kollam
Dear Mr. Pillai, Thanks for updating on IS number 3786 1983. Forum Members, Does any one have the standard copy. If so let us know. Thanks & Regards, Sudhir
Posted 13th June 2012 From India, Nasik
Dear Mr.Sudhir Please find enclosed IS code 3786:1983. This is for your kind information. Thanks & Regards
Posted 14th June 2012 From India, Mumbai
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Is any weightage to be given to victim's age for calculating loss of mandays of 6000mandays for fatality? For example, if a 55year old person dies, should we take 600mandays which is equivalent to 20years of service as loss as the victim would have put in only 10years of service had he survived?
Posted 9th May 2013 From India, Mumbai

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