TRANSACTIONS OF THE KRYLOV STATE RESEARCH CENTRE

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Standard values as key element in man-hour management of ship construction and repair



Full text article ( in russian)

Year

 
2021

Issue

 
20212

Volume

 
2

Pages

 
80-83

Caption

 
Standard values as key element in man-hour management of ship construction and repair

Authors

 
Yudenko A.

Keywords

 
man-hour calculation methods, industrial management system, man-hour standards, update of industrial regulations

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2021-2-S-I-80-83

Summary

 
Man-hour norms as an economic parameter have not only technical significance but a social dimension, too, because they sometimes determine the level of salaries, industrial revenues, production volumes and welfare of whole regions. The studies on man-hour norms, update of obsolete man-hour standards and appraisal of those newly introduced to industrial practice enable efficient application of shipbuilding normatives in terms of manufacturing preparation. Rumb Industrial Research Centre of SSTC has started its work towards updating the regulations on labour and man-hours, as well as implementing these regulations in shipbuilding practice. For capital ship construction, man-hour regulations are already developed and approved. Current work is focused on man-hour norms for new production processes. For the first time ever, SSTC has come up with man-hour norms for ship repair that might also be used for repair cost projections. It has also started updating current man-hour regulations for ship repair. A joint Working Group made up by JSC United Shipbuilding Corporation and JSC SSTC experts is currently working to restore an integrated industrial system of man hour management. As a result, the industry has paved the way to a more orderly planning and man-hour accounting at shipbuilding and ship repair enterprises. The norms with standard man-hour values for ship construction and repair as a key element of an industrial man-hour management system might also become a tool of economically sound decision making, thus enhancing production and labour efficiency in the shipbuilding industry.

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