Maximizing EPS utilization.
e. Acting quickly and firmly in all cases where improper reporting has
6. REPORTS. All activities with 75 or more personnel in the Maintenance and
Utilities Divisions combined will prepare Tabulated Reports A and B, and
Maintenance/Utilities Labor Control Reports. Activities with 30, but less
than 75 personnel, will also prepare these reports if they are using
Engineered Performance Standards.
7. TABULATED REPORT "A" (TAB A) - FEEDER FOR THE LABOR CONTROL REPORT. This
is a monthly report (see Table 10-1) that provides information on labor hour
expenditures by the various work categories in each Maintenance and Utilities
Division Work Center and Branch. This is due within 10 working days after the
last day of the period reported.
The report is formatted as follows:
Labor class codes.
Actual labor hours for month.
Actual labor hours - fiscal year-to-date.
Branch summary by labor class codes.
Division summary by labor class codes.
NOTE: At smaller field activities where trade branches are not
organizationally established, Work Centers should be combined with Branches.
b. DISTRIBUTION AND USE. Two copies of this report will be distributed
to the Work Management Branch, and one copy to any Branch or Division
specified. The report informs management whether:
(1) The maximum number of labor hours is being used in productive work
(2) Labor hours used on overhead functions are reduced to a minimum.
(3) A maximum number of labor hours are within the target range
planned and programmed.
(4) Basic data are available for compilation of the,
Maintenance/Utilities Labor Control Report.
(5) Detailed information is available for variance investigation.
(6) Detailed Work Center information is available to program work and
to help forecast labor hour availability in conjunction with Work Input
Control and personnel utilization reports.
8. TABULATED REPORT "B" (TAB B) - COMPLETED JOB ORDERS. This report (see
Table 10-2 and Procedure Chart 9) provides final cost data on completed and
cancelled job orders.