SIS®: The official application software of ASTM Standard E2691.
As part of the job kickoff meeting, contractors should look ahead to each task´s labor and material requirements. This concept, called Short Interval Scheduling (SIS®), allows contractors to react to project changes with increased agility and responsiveness. Many years of data and a recent study for the Electrical Contracting Foundation, a research foundation for the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), proves that the ideal jobsite inventory is three days of material. According to the same study, labor allocation is also most effective in three-day intervals. In addition, SIS® validates JPAC® productivity measurement and identifies the root causes of special events on the job. And, SIS® is simple. Workers schedule their work for the next three days. Then, the PM scores the schedule on a daily basis, points out deviations from the schedule, and identifies the root causes for each deviation.
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