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lost time

In occupational health, the number of hours, days, or weeks that an employee does not appear for work, as a result of illness, injury, absenteeism, workers' compensation, or unpaid leave.
See also: time
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Iowa passed a law in March that changes schools to required hours to recover lost time, Christie says.
12 production facilities have not had any lost time accidents in over a year.
The last lost time accident was experienced March 30, 1987.
The Lost Time How silently our lost time Slipped by and we did not know That it was to be the last chime Of our clock saying "time to go" Carried by winds which took me away From the things which mattered the most All the dreams which I had fallen into decay All my hopes turned to so many ghosts.
He said: "Hopefully the injury problems are out of the way because I''m ready to go and make up for lost time.
Records of heat-related work-related illness for a complete population of occupationally-active adults aged 15-64 years in the province of Ontario were obtained from two independent sources: a census of allowed lost time compensation claims registered with the Ontario Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) and a census of emergency department encounter records where the illness was attributed to a workplace cause.
Additionally, the roads and pads crew reached their own milestone by going five years without a lost time or recordable incident as of April 27, 2012.
Retail expert Prof Paul Freathy, of Stirling Uni, said: "There will certainly be a surge at the tills over the next few weeks with retailers hoping to make up for lost time when everyone was snowed in.
The next-longest lost time is endured by motorists in Birmingham, followed by Glasgow and Newcastle.
In California, the stores other than Lowe's and Home Depot averaged a lost time injury rate of 2.
The three teaching unions have declared a collective dispute with the council over plans to have their pay cut or make them work extra to make up for lost time when they were stranded overseas.
DAVID LAW has vowed to make up for lost time after a determined golfing comeback.