SEMI E86 - Provisional Specification for CIM Framework Factory Labor Component
This specification was technically approved by the global Information & Control Committee and is the direct responsibility of the North American Information & Control Committee. Current edition approved by the North American Regional Standards Committee on October 21, 1999. Initially available at www.semi.org January 2000; to be published February 2000. Originally published September 1999.
The Factory Labor Component provides the capability to support the qualification and management of available, qualified human resources for manufacturing operations. The technical content of this ballot addresses the portion of the CIM Framework domain specified in SEMI E81, Provisional Specification for CIM Framework Domain Architecture, concerned with management of the availability of qualified factory personnel. This specification provides the interfaces required by Manufacturing Execution Systems to: Configure the Person resource model; Define skill maintenance tasks and what triggers them; Track and report the Person’s skills, authorization, and assignments and record these in the Person’s histories; Support assignment of Persons to factory jobs and monitor and record job progress (from the perspective of the Person’s role); Monitor skill maintenance triggers (such as expired skill certification) and recommend skill maintenance jobs; Execute triggered skill maintenance jobs; Collect and report Person and skill performance (utilization and effectiveness); Maintain relationships between Persons and system security for identity authentication and authorization.
Referenced SEMI Standards
SEMI E81 — Provisional Specification for CIM Framework Domain Architecture
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