manshift

manshift

(ˈmænˌʃɪft)
n
the work accomplished by one person in one shift
References in periodicals archive ?
It is understood that overall production has been as low as 13 cwts output per manshift compared with the coalfield output of 29 cwts.
In one week in September they produced 35,000 tonnes of saleable coal, each manshift producing 4.62 tonnes, but in which year?
It was a fortnight since 570 men at the pit broke a 13-year-old record with return of 58.6 cwts a manshift when they did it again with a figure of 65 cwts.
The Production Efficiency Award was presented to each mine or colliery that increased their fresh mined output per manshift by 10% or more.
The Trelewis drift mine set a South Wales record of 188.4 cwt per manshift in 1971.
Despite the problems caused by the adjustment in capacity, productivity, as in the previous year, again rose by some 7%, reaching 6.66 mt salable per manshift.
Although productivity has risen proportionately, it was still only 5.31 mt per manshift in 1992.
Reducing the number of operators required, and raising their output per manshift can greatly improve the economics of underground mining.
Thus, reducing the number of operators required, and raising their output per manshift will greatly improve the economics of the operations.
Productivity bonuses are usually tied to the tons of product per manshift for the mine or for some part of the mine compared to a targeted goal.
Average output of raw coal per employee was under 163 t in 1993 and in state mines, output per manshift in 1992 was estimated at just 1.33 t.
The mine employs a workforce of 1,600 and output per manshift is 6.86 t.