(5) Engineering Field Divisions of the Naval Facilities Engineering
Command for special studies as requested. Such requests will be on a case
basis for a definite period.
The report can inform management whether:
c. REPORT USE.
(1) The maximum number of labor hours is being used in productive
(2) Labor hours used on overhead functions are realistic to the
(3) A maximum number of labor hours are programmed on work input
control charts and accomplished as approved.
(4) Target Ranges for each supervisory level are being established,
targets are being met, and corrective action taken where warranted.
d. REPORT ANALYSIS. Except for overtime hours, the total labor hours
shown for each Branch, Division or component on this report should be
equivalent to the number of personnel shown on the Workforce Availability and
Work Plan Summary.
(1) Analysis of Productive Time. Analysis of productive codes (01
through 07) will assure that labor hours available for productive-type work
are used efficiently. Analysis of productive time requires that many
variables be considered. No fixed allowable percentage can be stated which
will apply to all shops regardless of size or function. Target ranges are
indicated for totals of all Branches (Maintenance and Utilities Divisions
combined) with respect to total labor hours reported. These ranges are based
on a Navy-wide "average" or "normal" condition, and must be used judiciously.
The extent of contracting can influence the targets. Therefore, each
supervisory level should establish a reasonable Target Range that can be met
under local conditions. Each supervisory level then can readily determine if
target ranges are being met, and where corrective action need be applied.
(a) Emergency and Service Work. (Labor Class Codes 01 and 02).
These classifications should be observed in relation to Preventive Maintenance
Inspection (Labor Class Code 03). Keep labor hours in all three
classifications to a minimum. For PMI, this means not accomplishing service
order scope repair jobs under the guise of PMI. Change only true PMI work to
this labor class code (03). A decrease in all three is a favorable trend.
These three indices should also be watched for inter-relationship. A good
Preventive Maintenance Inspection Program should reduce service and emergency
work. A decrease in Service and Emergency work and no decrease, or an
increase in Preventive Maintenance Inspection may indicate over-inspection.
An increase in Service and Emergency work and a decrease in Preventive
Maintenance Inspection may indicate under-inspection. An analysis of how much
Emergency and Service work is being accomplished by the various Work Centers
or Branches, should be made. If an Emergency/Service Work Center is
established and is not performing 50 percent or more of the Labor Class Codes
01 and 02 work, review the other Work Centers to ascertain which are doing
relatively large percentages of the Emergency and Service work, and determine
if some of this work could have been done by the E/S Work Center. By