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Posted by Mike P on January 05, 2004 at 14:32:38:
In Reply to: Ok here is the situation posted by Kraig on December 31, 2003 at 01:15:38:
Here's how we do it, and some of the advantages too. I am Chief in this plant but I brought this sched to my guys and they jumped at it.
* Five crews
* Only FULL weekends worked, no partials
* Work 2 full weekends in a row, get 3 full weekends off in a row
* 35 day schedule rotation
* 36 hour week
* One stretch of 8 days off in the rotation
* No splits in the set, ie: when you're on a set of nights, you only work nights, same with dayshifts
* One day in the rotation has two crews on shift; this is "training day" where all plant training is scheduled (SCBA, TDG, WHMIS, lockout, fall arrest, etc). On the template below, D is days, N is nights, T is training day and X is days off.
* My Engineers adore this schedule...they say it seems like they're never at work!
* Notice that you can take off ONE set of 3 nights as vacation and be off 15 days.
Here is the rotation, STARTING ON A SUNDAY:
: We have 5 operators for 24 hour coverage, the superintendent is the sixth and her works days Monday through Friday, We do not have a very good rotation, does anyone else have a similar situation that can let me know how you rotate shifts?
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