Hello Roger,

You made me curious on how 'No. Operators' impacts standards...  I changed a
part on our test side, #of run operator from 1 to 2 then re-rolled it's
standard cost on that part; ended up no impact, i.e. this level labor cost
was .00366 and still is...  Hope this helps.  Good luck.


 -----Original Message-----
From:   Roger.Henady@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:Roger.Henady@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent:   Tuesday, May 18, 2004 5:58 PM
To:     bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:        CST600 - BPCS 405CD

How does the #of run operators effect the load standards?      Seems like 
we are missing labor.     Reading the help text on routing maintenance, it 
says the rate is divided by the number of operator for backwards 

Roger Henady
Thorco Industries
(417) 682-1340
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