Quantcast Labor Class Code Definitions/Description -Cont.

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(5) 05 Standing Job Orders - Estimated. This code identifies all
productive work authorized on Standing Job Orders and that has been planned,
estimated, and scheduled.  Emergency/Service Work Authorizations, PMI, and
Minor Work Authorizations are not included in this code.
(6) 06 Minor Work Authorizations.  This code identifies al.1
productive labor authorizations as defined in paragraph 5, Chapter 4.
(7) 07 Specific Job Orders.  This code identifies all productive
labor authorizations as defined in paragraph 6, Chapter 4.
b.
Direct Shop Overhead
(1) 40 Rework.  This is all labor used to correct faulty Public
Works Department work regardless of the code previously applied.  Faulty work
includes not only such items as faulty craftsmanship, but also such things as
a design error on the part of the PWD Engineering Division.  If the faulty
design was made by someone other than the PWD, then Labor Class Code 40 would
not be appropriate.
(2) 41 Supervision.  This includes all supervisory personnel and
that part of a leader's time while on supervision.
(3) 42 Shop Indirect.
This code identifies the following types of
labor:
(a) Productive personnel not directly chargeable to productive
work, including shop planners.
(b) Time spent by work center personnel on the maintenance and
repair of Public Works Department shop equipment and power tools.
(c) Time expended by Public Works Department personnel in
materials handling duties.  Included is the time spent by non-supervisory and
clerical personnel who store and issue materials.
(d) Productive personnel time when cleaning their work areas.
It does not include work assigned to a regular janitorial force.
(4) 43 Allowed Time.
This code identifies the following labor types:
(a) Nonproductive time required for official business. It
includes such items as training classes, safety meetings, medical attention,
physical examinations, blood donations, participation in charity and bond
campaigns, shop committee meetings, and appointments concerning personnel
problems.
(b) All time of 0.2 hours (12 minutes) or more required to cover
time lost by personnel waiting for materials, tools, parts, equipment
(including equipment breakdown), transportation, completion of work by other
crafts, and security or safety clearance.
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