"Work Control Centers"
Author: Tabolt, Paul F., William S. Rose, and Edward C. DeBrasky
Published In: Work Control [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #2]
The development of a work control center that is enhanced by the application of microcomputer technology to the resources management program has many benefits for the physical plant operation. Discusses some of the functions typically found in a work control center: records incoming requests, establishes a customer relations tone, coordinates priorities, develops estimates, assesses production, develops a resource management program, determines available workhours, summarizes workhour requirement, and schedules staffing. Includes figures.
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