How to Calculate Operator Working Rating in Garment Industry

Last Updated on 24/02/2022

How to Calculate Operator Working Rating in Garment Industry

Mayedul Islam
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Email: mayedul.islam66@gmail.com

 

What is Operator Working Rating?
Rating is the assessment of the operator of working relative to the observers concept of the rate corresponding to standard pace. It is a subjective comparison of any condition or activity to a benchmark, based upon our experience. Rating is a technique used to assess the speed and effectiveness of an operator performing an activity or group of activities. Garments production very much depend on operators performance or working rating.

Operator Working Rating in Garment Industry

Details of British Standard Operator Working Rating Scale:

  1. 0 = No activity
  2. 1-50 = Very slow, clumsy, operator appears to be half asleep, fumbling movement, weak and no interest in the job.
  3. 51-75 = Trying to get output but for their handling problem, less attentiveness they cannot make sure the quality and output also
  4. 76-100 = Very faster than other operators. the are working with their 100% concentration and make the garment with satisfactory quality and quantity level.

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Performance Rating:

Person Observed Time Rating (%) Basic Time
A 0.20 100 0.20
B 0.16 125 0.20
C 0.25 80 0.20

Performance rating graph:

Chart of performance rating
Fig: Chart of performance rating

From the above chart:
A is standard worker, B is a fast worker and C is a slow worker

We can see some examples of work study or its effectiveness:

Status of work study dept.
Fig: Status of work study dept.

Benefits of work study department:

benefits of work study
Fig: Benefits of work study

Looking at the comparison shown below it is obvious that group A factories are more productive than the group B factories. This fact is further strengthened when the overall factory survey results are compared. The factories in group A have a combined score of 62% for overall performance whereas factories in group B achieved a score of only 48%.

Note: It is just example only. If you want to know more information about it then can contact with at mayedul.islam66@gmail.com

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