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Posted by ted on February 28, 2012 at 08:42:10:
In Reply to: Re: Shift coverage 6 men posted by Doug on March 23, 2009 at 16:22:24:
: : : We are hiring a new operator and and adding a chip plant so we have a chance to redo the work schedule to fit. We have 6 men to cover 3 shifts 24/7 and I was wondering if anyone had the same man power and the same coverage as we have? We are looking into every possible alternative, 10 hour days are possible, 12 hours days, and of course 8, let me know if this sounds framiliar to anyone, thanks.
: SUN MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT
: 1st 8am - 4pm D/O D/O 8am - 4pm 8am - 4pm 8am - 4pm 8am - 4pm
: 2nd 4pm - 12m 4pm - 12m D/O D/O 4pm - 12m 4pm - 12m 4pm - 12m
: 3rd D/O 12m - 8am 12m - 8am 12m - 8am 12m - 8am 12m - 8am D/O
: swing 12m - 8am 8am - 4pm 4pm - 12m 4pm - 12m D/O D/O 12m-8am
: relief / vac D/O 8am - 4:30pm 8am - 4:30pm 8am - 4:30pm 8am - 4:30pm 8am - 4:30pm D/O
May not help as we do 24/7 coverage with 4 people. Best ive found in 35 years is: 12 hr shifts two people stay on days two stay on nights. work 5 on. 5 off. 2 on. 2 off. repeat. results in 5 days off every other weekend. two of the same days off every week (thurs/fri or tues/wed). days in pattern must equal 7 or days off will shift. Using two days on as vacation results in 9 days off.
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