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TABLE 4-1
Table 4-1, Job Analysis, is a method
Job Analysis
of determining the cutoff point. It
is based on an analysis of past work-
Activity A
load.  The amount of labor hours and
number of jobs in each category are
Percentage of hours and percentage of jobs
accumulated.
This should provide
in each range
sufficient data to determine a cutoff
point lower than 80, if justified.
Percent of
Percent of
Labor hour
hours used
total jobs
range
7.
STANDING JOB ORDERS.  Standing
0 to 8
6.0
2.0
Job Orders (labor class codes 04 and
9 to 16
18.0
3.0
05) include all work that is highly
17 to 24
14.0
6.0
25 to 32
repetitive and on which accumulated
9.0
5.0
33 to 40
11.0
4.0
costs are desired.  These job orders
41 to 48
5.0
6.0
should include:
49 to 56
1.0
4.0
57 to 64
6.0
2.0
65 to 72
4.0
2.0
- Complete specification of
73 to 80
6.0
1.0
work by job phase.  (A job phase is
Over 80
20.0
65.0
the work which can be performed by
one trade or craft without having to
100.0
100.0
stop for work to be performed by
another trade or craft,
- Frequency of the work listed,
Cummulative percentages of number of jobs and
force used on jobs requiring more than the
- Exact location of work area,
designated hours listed in Column 1
- Type of equipment considered
in the estimate,
- Estimate of labor hours by
Cumulative
Cumulative
percentage
percentage
Labor hours
job phase,
of jobs
of hours
- Time interval covered (such
as month and quarter),
Over 0
100.0
100.0
Over 8
94.0
98.0
- Any pertinent information
Over 16
76.0
95.0
describing how the work was planned
Over 24
62.0
89.0
and estimated, and
Over 32
53.0
84.0
Over 40
42.0
80.0
- Proper accounting data, in-
Over 48
37.0
74.0
cluding add-on costs such as acceler-
Over 56
36.0
70.0
ation and contingency.
Over 64
30.0
68.0
Over 72
26.0
66.0
Over 80
20.0
65.0
There are two types of Standing Job
Orders:  estimated (labor class code
Activity B
05) and unestimated (labor class code
04).
Cumulative
Cumulative
percentage
percentage
Labor hours
of hours
of jobs
a. Estimated.  Examples of this
type of work include janitorial ser-
100
100
Over
0
vice, trash and garbage disposal, and
95
99
Over
8
power plant watch standing. Estimated
86
98
Over
16
Standing Job Orders should include an
72
96
Over
24
exact work description, a clearly spe-
58
94
Over
32
53
91
Over
40
cified frequency cycle, and precise
45
89
Over
48
time and cost estimates.
42
86
Over
56
36
84
Over
64
34
80
Over
72
It is cost advantageous to develop
Over
80
29
78
realistic labor and material estimates
Over
88
25
76
for these highly repetitive functions,
22
73
Over
96
based on Engineered Performance
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