Table 9-3. - Makeup of Job Order Number
Table 9-4. - Identlflcation of Job Orders
1. Issue one master job order classification identification (goup code) in the master job order number.
2. Then draw an additional column (fig. 9-5) on the job order so you can enter the two-digit group code (table 9-4) opposite each item of work (table 9-5).
Labor Class Codes Labor class codes are two-digit figures that represent various categories of overhead and productive work.
Code all man-hour expenditures for a Maintenance and Utilities Branch by labor class, despite the funding source. This is shown in the Tabulated Report A and the Maintenance/Utilities Labor Control Report, NAVFAC 9-11014/29. Assign labor class codes according to the productive work-class performed or overhead charged, rather than by the funding source. The following labor class codes are standard:
1. Productive. The following labor class codes are productive labor:
01 service work
02 emergency work
03 preventive maintenance inspection
04 standing job orders - not estimated
05 standing job orders - estimated
06 minor work authorizations
07 specific job orders
2. Overhead. The following codes are overhead:
42 shop indirect
43 allowed time
44 general office and clerical
Record the labor class code on the Daily Time and Labor Distribution Card. You must enter the labor class code each time you place a job order number or a shop control number on the time cards.
Because of variation in the types of work performed, work center code standardization is not practical. However, it is practical and desirable to have branch code standardization to help cost accounting procedures. Table 9-6 groupings show branch code standardization.
Sometimes the number of personnel assigned to various crafts may not justify the offilcial designation of separate work centers. However, you may use alphabetical subdivisions as an aid in work programming and scheduling. Subdivide work center codes as shown in table 9-7.
The planner and estimator holds a key position in the Shore Facilities Maintenance System. his person is responsible for planning technical jobs and estimating the number of man-hours needed to complete the maintenance work.Continue Reading