Calculation Of Accident Severity Rate? Man Hours Worked Per Month Or Year. - CiteHR
Dipil
Safety Consultant
Amitv134
Assistant Manager-she
Srimuppalla
Safety Officer
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does any one guide me on calculation of accident severity rate
Total no of injuries - 12
lost time for injury average - 15 days
Total no of employees - 250
total work hrs in a day 8hrs
weekly 6 working days
so how i can calculate man hours worked per month or year.

Dear Srimuppalla
Please find the attached file.
Similar calculations is ok for industries... Things will get complected when you want to calculate the exact working hours including over time of employees... Timing deductions of employees who were on leave... etc.. a lot...
So better to take the exact working hours with the help of an electronic punching card or let the people dealing with the manpower (Basically HR/ER/IR) calculate the man hour worked and give to safety people for further SR calculations...
Hope this helps...


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hiiii dipil, our employee lift 50 kg wait, for a test procedure, is it safe for that.
Dear Mr. Amit What information exactly you want to seek? it’s not clear from the nature. Please come back again.
Dear Dipil,
I am just asking we have a hardline test in our lab, so the requirement for that test is hang 50 kg wait on the sample, so our employee lift 50 kg solid weight manually hang on the sample, my question is, is that safe to lift 50 kg wait or do u have any other idea about that?

Dear Srimupalla

I give you a simpler way to calculate the actual working days in an year for a given year. Just follow the procedure, you will get 100% accurate results.

1. You must be having a system of salary/wages payment through a payroll calculated by Computerized system. If yes, you can easily separate the actual working days, total overtime hours/8 to arrive at working man-shift on Overtime. Get a list of normal/physical working days and man-shifts worked on overtime. If you have system of working on Holidays/Sundays which are shown separately for payment purpose, add this figure too. Thus by adding all the three figures for the period in question you can arrive at actual working days in a given year. For arriving at available working days in a given period, you can just subtract Sundays and Holidays from total days available. Thus you can have the actual man-shifts worked for any number of employees.

As regards man-days lost on account of accident, you can now easily arrive at it through ratio analysis.

Easy Naa.

Best wishes.

AK Jain

HR Personnel

NCL, CIL

what is the use of accident Frequency rate & severity rate calculation ??
for which purpose we calculate these things ??
and why 6000 days are to be debit from total man Hours ???
I am very confusing frnds please give me information....

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