Standardization of Work Measurement. Volume 3, Service Occupations.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC
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This volume of Service Occupations Standard Time Data is one of ten volumes of standard time data in the 11 volume series included in DWMSTDP. Service Occupations as categorized by the Department of Labor includes those occupations concerned with performing tasks in and around private households serving individuals in institutions and in commercial and other establishments and protecting the public against crime, fire, accidents, and acts of war. This volume provides a single DoD source for Standard Time Data elements which can be used in the development of labor standards for Organizations, activities, or functional areas whose primary missions correlate to service occupations, e.g., an activity whose primary responsibility is janitorial. laundry, food services, shoe repair, health service attendants, etc. 1.1.2 For service operations within organizations, activities, or functional areas engaged in other than service occupations, e.g., a janitor assigned to a machine shop. Elements of work performed by personnel whose primary jobs are other than service, but who may actually do that type work as a part of their jobs e.g. a mechanic in a maintenance shop performing janitorial duties.
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