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Reviews  and  recommends occupational   standards changes  to  rating Aids the primary advisor in review of basic and advanced  training  for  ratings Advises  the  primary  advisor  concerning compensation  for  billet  changes  and  adjustments to  paygrade  structure OPNAVINST  1000.16G  lists  other  advisors  and their  respective  responsibilities. NAVY STANDARD WORKWEEKS An   essential   part   of   manpower   requirements determination  is  the  establishment  of  standard workweeks for use of personnel. Workweeks for sea duty  units  and  detachments  are  based  on  operational requirements  under  projected  wartime  conditions.  The workweek  for  ashore  units  is  based  on  peacetime conditions.   They   are   used   by   the   CNO   in   the documentation  of  manpower  requirements. The  Navy’s  standard  workweeks  are  key  elements in the calculation of Navy manpower requirements. They  are  guidelines  for  sustained  personnel  use  under projected  wartime  or  peacetime  conditions  and  are  not intended to show the limits of personnel endurance. They  are  for  planning  purposes  only  and  are  not restrictive  nor  binding  on  commanders  or  COs  in establishing individual working hours. Daily workload intensity is a function of operational requirements;    as   such,   the   actual   day-to-day management of personnel is the responsibility of the CO.  Under  certain  circumstances  it  may  become necessary  to  exceed  the  standard  workweek;  however, extending  working  hours  on  a  routine  basis  could adversely affect such matters as morale, retention, and safety. POLICY To reduce the total number of hours personnel are required to be on board for work and duty, COs maintain the maximum possible number of duty sections. The size of each duty section is the minimum necessary to assure safety,  security,  and  the  performance  of  required functions. When in Condition V, ships in U.S. ports maintain  six  duty  sections,  unless  otherwise  authorized and  directed  by  the  CNO  and  the  responsible  fleet commander  in  chief.  Shore  activities  in  the  United States  or  overseas  where  accompanying  dependents  are authorized maintain a minimum of at least four duty sections,  unless circumstances. prevented  by  urgent  and  extreme BASIC WORKWEEK CONSIDERATIONS Refer to the following information that discusses workweek   considerations. Work Averaging The  nature  of  Navy  work,  watch,  and  duty requirements  makes  it  difficult  under  all  circumstances to fix work periods on a daily or weekly basis. Averaging techniques  are,  therefore,  employed  to  determine  the elements that include the various workweeks. As a result,   workweeks   are   not   an   expression   of   the maximum weekly hours that may be expended by an individual in any particular week, but rather regulate the average  weekly  hours  that  will  be  expended  on  a monthly or annual basis. Assumptions Average  weekly  hours  expressed  in  each  Navy standard   workweek   are   guidelines   for   sustained personnel use. Basic assumptions are as follows. AT SEA.– The afloat workweek assumes a unit steaming in Condition III (Wartime/Deployed Cruising Readiness) on a three-section watch basis. ASHORE.–  The  workweek  for  activities  where accompanying dependents are authorized is based on a 5-day,  40-hour  workweek. MOBILIZATION The  Navy  standard  workweeks  for  mobilization  are used to measure the Navy’s ability to respond during contingencies.  The  measurement  of  the  workload  under such conditions is a difficult task. The establishment of specific   workweek   elements   provides   a   basis   for manpower planning during mobilization. OVERSEAS Manpower   claimants   determine   standard workweeks  for  foreign  national  employees.  The standard  workweek  for  foreign  national  employees should  be  developed  by  locale  and  used  in  the development   of   efficiency   reviews.   A   standard workweek  is  used  in  determining  U.S.  civilian requirements  overseas. 5-7

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