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How to calculate Million Man Hours Worked and Man Days worked . If there is an re portable accident how it will affect to calculation of the same.
Please reply as I am slightly confuse how a re-portable accident affect the calculation of man-hours worked
LTI= No. of loss time injuries + Fatality *1000000/365*8*0.8* total no. of employees.
Frequency rate= No. of man days loss due to LTI * 1000000/365*8*0.8* TOTAL NO. OF EMPLOYEES
(Please note, 1 Fatality =6000 Mandays loss to be taken as calculation part)
Reportable accident=LTI + Fatality+MTC+RWC *1000000 /365*8*0.8*total no of employees.
(Pl, note -near miss and first aid cases does not count in reportable accident cases.)
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Dear Gaurav,
Can you please expand / explain the fixed numbers used in the formula?
1,000,000 is towards million (man hrs)
365 is no. of days in year (per year)
8 is working hrs per day
what is 0.8 for?
Dr. Divyang Shah
Occupational Health Physician

Dear Gaurav ,
Thanks for reply ...What I want to know is
For Ex. Company Starts working from 01st july 2010 and witness one re-portable accident on 09th Aug 2010 and another on 21st july 2014 in such case please comment how to consider million man hours worked, shall I start counting / calculating million manhours worked from 22 july 2014.

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