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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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* In a monthly cycle, the lost time is only one month, making the recovery period manageable.
The claims study also reveals that cafE[umlaut]s and coffee shops yield the highest lost time among the workers comp claims - on average 45 percent more time lost than all other restaurant types.
Other top contenders Briton Adam Yates and Australian Richie Porte also lost time after being involved in pile-ups.
According to him, after many years of "foreign political silence" the agenda seems to be overloaded, to compensate for the lost time.
Craig Docherty is aiming to make up for lost time as he looks to become the oldest Scot to win a world title.
In August 2014 Pogo Mine achieved a one-year streak without a lost time incident; the pattern of safety continued, hitting 1 million man-hours worked without a lost time incident in December of 2014, and has extended through this year, with August signifying two years without a lost time injury.
NEW Fir Park striker Theo Robinson has revealed he is desperate to make up for lost time by banging in the goals for Motherwell.
In Search of Lost Time: Swann's Way takes the usual approach of making a full color graphic novel out of Proust's classic work, providing an adaptation designed to make accessible some of the nuances of a classic literary piece that challenges many.
Recognizing companies without any work-related lost time from injury or illness over one year to four consecutive years, respectively, the award was presented at the New Jersey Governor's Occupational Safety and Health Awards Program.
MANAMA: Bapco has announced the achievement of 287 days without a single lost time injury as of last Wednesday.
Now, schools are making up lost time by cutting vacations and professional development days, logging online learning hours, and even holding Saturday classes, according to a survey from the Council of the Great City Schools, an organization of the nation's largest districts.
In a statement, Rio Mais said it expected any lost time to be made up quickly and that the construction timetable would not be affected.