Blair Hawkins' Work Journal
Sat 4-30-2016. Clark Hall addition roof top. HEPA vacuum 6 air handler units. Remove filters for 2 units.
Fri 4-29-2016. Help Sign Shop prepare for graduation. Create 11 stanchions for 33 of 100 total needed. Travel
to Crozet to pick up sign posts.
Help Moving Crew make deliveries. Washington Hall Hotel B.
Clark Hall addition. For Saturday, station HEPA vacuums for roof-top air handlers and bags to remove old filters.
Air monitor is good idea because a previous crew reported ill effects, though the handlers will be shut down and locked out for cleaning.
Thu 4-28-2016. High Energy Physics. Floor tile / mastic.
Ice Machine. Remove mildewed sheetrock.
Wed 4-27-2016. Thornton roof postponed due to weather.
Help Sign Shop. Install a list of signs at Medical Center. Create 11 more concrete rope holders,
called a stanchion (Latin "standing on").
Tue 4-26-2016. Madison Hall 302 and 303. Floor tile on plywood.
Mon 4-25-2016. Kerchoff steam tunnel.
Physics 102-B to completion. Carpet / tile / mastic.
UPCOMING: Roof above elevator landing Thornton Hall. Roof of Clark Hall.
Sat 4-30-2016. Clark Hall roof. Vacuum 3 air handling units.
Wed 4-4-2016. Thornton Hall roof.
Fri 5-6-2016. Zehmer Hall cracked window glazing.
5 a.m. Shutdown Sat 5-14-2016.
Thu 4-7-2016. Steam Tunnel 16 Points at Garrett/Batten sidewalk above McIntire Amphitheater.
For 5 a.m shutdown Sat May 14.
Go down ladder, turn around to face amphitheater. Right a few steps is A. From A go left a hundred feet to B.
From A go right hundred feet to C where the tunnel splits.
(A) Remove asbestos pipe insulation, tar paper, tie wires from major steam line using over-sized glovebags.
Patch at least one open end. Linear feet 6 1/2. Circumference 5 feet 4 inches.
(B) 2 medium lines a couple feet. 1 small line 8 ft. Patch exposed asbestos insulation.
(C) Patch/repair/clean up working area near where flashlight shines. Might not be asbestos. Okay to sample. Still wants
A and B must be completed at the same time so next crew can enter. Glovebags should be hung and preparations the day before.
C must be completed prior to day of shutdown.
Current pay period hours (Fri 4-29). Payroll sees first week as 1 OT, 14 UL, 26 Regular hours. To avoid OT and UL in same week,
bring 1 hour from Monday to Thursday so you have 13 UL, 27 Reg, zero OT. Currently second week reads 1.5 UL, 38.5 Reg.
But if I work 4 hours on Saturday, payroll would see 4 OT, 1.5 UL, 38.5 Reg. You correct the daily time so Th=8 & F=8 bringing 1.5 hours from Saturday.
Then you have 2.5 OT, 40 Reg. You can only make the adjustments for a single week, not the 2-week pay period. At the end of the year you're
left wondering how you got so much overtime and used up all your leave. So you think it was okay because OT is time and a half. So you're
selling your leave for half-price.
1st Week Apr 18th || M 9 | T 8 | W 8 | Th 2 | F 0 = 1 OT | 14 UL | 26 Reg --> 13 UL.
2nd Week Apr 25th || M 8 | T 8 | W 8 | Th 7 | F 7.5 || Sa ?? | Su ?? = 1.5 UL.
2nd Week Actual || M 8 | T 8 | W 8 | Th 7 | F 7.5 || Sa 4 = 1.5 UL | 4 OT.
2nd Week Corrected || M 8 | T 8 | W 8 | Th 8 | F 8 || Sa 2.5 = 2.5 OT.
Here's a more clear example. If this were your regular schedule, then every time sheet would be modified in the payroll system.
|| M 0 | T 8 | W 8 | Th 8 | F 8 || Sa 8 | Su 0 = 8 OT | 8 UL