Who is primarily responsible for time-on-tools (ToT)?


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Grateful to have had another successful engagement with an amazing client located on the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, LA.  As the program findings were presented an interesting question was raised:

Who is primarily responsible for time-on-tools (ToT)?

  1. First Line Supervision
  2. Contractor Supervisor/Foreman
  3. Craft/Crew Member

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