Use of the activity chart, Biology

Use of the Activity Chart

  • Organizing teams and to decide its strength of different operations on mass production work.
  • Establishing teams for maintenance and similar work to be organized.
  • Analyzing operations where the work is not balanced.
  • Determining the number of machines which an operator or operation should look after.
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