Instruction

1

Define

h - the number of workers taking part in the performance;

Tn - the time allowed for the job or one item (man-hours).

**the norm of****production**according to the formula: NV = Tr*h/Tngda Tr - duration of period in which to set standards**develop**(hours, minutes);h - the number of workers taking part in the performance;

Tn - the time allowed for the job or one item (man-hours).

2

Norm

**elaboration**depending on the type of goods, works and services can be expressed in units, units of length, area, volume, weight, etc.3

Experts in standardization work there are several varieties

- average hourly production – relation of production per period to the number of hours worked by all workers during this period;

- average daily production - relation of production per period to the number of person-days worked by all workers during this period;

- the average monthly production is the ratio of the volume of production per period to the average number of workers per month;

- the average annual output - the ratio of the volume of production for the period to the average number of workers per year.

**develop**:- average hourly production – relation of production per period to the number of hours worked by all workers during this period;

- average daily production - relation of production per period to the number of person-days worked by all workers during this period;

- the average monthly production is the ratio of the volume of production per period to the average number of workers per month;

- the average annual output - the ratio of the volume of production for the period to the average number of workers per year.

4

Defining

**normal****production**, find the level of**production**, as the ratio of the actually produced goods, works or services to normal. Consider this example: suppose the normal**production**is 10 pieces of products per hour, a worker produced 9 pieces the Level of**production**is 90%. If a work produced 11 pieces, respectively, the rate**of generation**is 110%.