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.

Credits

director

Ralph Elton

producer

Kitty Marshall

production company

National Coal Board

Language

English

Duration

00:41:40:00

Colour

Black and White

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