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2149 ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
 


    This unit group covers architects, engineers and related professionals not classified elsewhere in Minor group 214, Architects, engineers and related professionals.

    For instance, here should be classified those who are engaged in conducting research, advising on or developing procedures concerning efficiency of production and work organisation, as well as those who perform quantity surveying and those who study and advise on technological aspects of particular materials, products and manufacturing processes.

    In such cases tasks would include

    (a) consulting with management and supervisory personnel and advising on planning and production methods;

    (b) consulting with management and supervisory personnel and advising on methods to promote the efficient, safe and economic utilisation of personnel, material and equipment;

    (c) making recommendations regarding methods of work and sequence of operations and supervising their implementation;

    (d) making recommendations and supervising time and motion aspects of work organisation;

    (e) advising on most efficient layout of plant or establishment;

    (f) identifying potential hazards and introducing safety procedures and devices;

    (g) preparing and monitoring cost estimates and bills of quantities for architectural and construction projects;

    (h) studying and advising on technological aspects of particular manufacturing processes, such as those related to glass, ceramics, textiles, leather products, wood, and printing;

    (i) preparing scientific papers and reports;

    (j) performing related tasks;

    (k) supervising other workers.

    Examples of the occupations classified here:

  • Engineer, industrial efficiency

  • Engineer, production

  • Engineer, time and motion study

  • Surveyor, quantity

  • Technologist, textiles


   
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