LTIR

AcronymDefinition
LTIRLost Time Incident Rate
LTIRLost Time Injury Rate
LTIRLong-Term Injured Reserve (professional sports)
LTIRLicensed Trustee in Insolvency and Restructuring (Canada)
LTIRLonger Term Investment Return
LTIRLong Terminal Inverted Repeats (genetics)
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In this study, each one of all rotation values RTER, RTIR, LTER, and LTIR is divided into three types as Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3.
Both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Bureau of Labor Statistics use TRIR and LTIR rather than numerical totals.
Table 3 and Figure 2 show the impulse response functions (IRFs) of the variables real GDP (DLRGDP), crude oil exports (DLCXPT) agricultural produce (DLAGTP), inflation rate (DINFL), long run interest rate (LTIR), real exchange rate (DLREER) and short run interest rate (DSTIR).
The company's lost-time injury rate (LTIR) was 0.01 in 2013, he said.
Some local metrics are also used commonly, such as LTBC, LTIR, LSNR, LETB, and LKSZ.
Since 2007, when operations began, Dolphin Energy Qatar registered an 88 per cent reduction in the lost time incident rate (LTIR), which tracks the number of incidents that result in a lost time injury or illness per million hours worked.