Work can be measured: a work measurement study on a power loaded face

United Kingdom, 1967

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Deals with the application of the technique of work study methods in the mine. A study is made of the work on a power-loaded coalface by breaking down the work into elements, assessing the speed of the workers, taking into account the degrees of monotony, and calculating manning economies.

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Kitty Marshall

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