Manufacturing Work Measurement System Evaluation. Reference Guide
Final rept. 15 Sep 1986-1 Apr 1987
YOUNG (ARTHUR) AND CO KANSAS CITY MO
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The primary objective of the study was to identify and evaluate currently available predetermined time systems which would result in the following 1 A single source reference document to be used in constructing and evaluating work measurement systems which meet MIL STD 1567A. 2 Reduced duplication of evaluation efforts and implementation costs and 3 Improved contractor understanding of available predetermined time systems. Our technical approach was based directly on our understanding of the study objectives and requirements, and on having used a variety of predetermined time systems during the implementation of work measurement programs. Our approach used to review, analyze and evaluate currently available predetermined time systems was tailored specifically to the unique requirements of the United States Air Force and MIL STD 1567A, yet based on sound industrial engineeringwork measurement principles.
- Statistics and Probability
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems