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우리나라 食品 및 環境衛生監視人力要求量에 關한 調査硏究

A Manpower Study on Sanitary Inspection in Korea

공중보건잡지 1967년 4권 2호 p.101 ~ 107
김남주 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


A manpower study was conducted from Sept. 5 to Oct. 15, 1967 on 536 food and sanitary inspectors for the purpose of estimating minimun legally required workloads as well as health manpower demend which covers whole food and sanitary facifities throughout the country.
The results obtained were as follows;
1. Average workable hours a day of a inspector for field inspection were 4 hours and 20 minutes according to 8 hours a day working basis.
2. Average workable days a year of a inspector for field inspection were 225 days with 61.6% of a year and average number of facilities possible to be covere 1 per person was 900 per year.
3. In comparison with aggregate minimun legally required manpower demand, number of food inspectors employed were short in most provinces except in Kangwon-do: Seoul with 19.2 persons, Pusan with 4.9 persons, Kyunggi-do with 42.3 persons, Chungchongbuck-do with 7.7 persons, Chungchongnam-do with 11.1 persons. Chollabuck-do with 5.6 persons, Chollanam-do with 2.2 persons, Kyungsangbuck-do with 8.3 persons, Kyungsangnam-do with 5.5 persons, and Cheju-do with 3.1 persons.
4. In comparison with aggregate minimun legally erquired manpower demand, number of sanitary inspectors employed were short in most provinces except in Kangwon-do and Kyungsangbuck-do: Seoul with 23.2 persons, Pusan with 17.4 persons, Kyunggi-do with 36.5 persons, Chungchongbuck-do with 14.4 persons, Chungchongnam-do with 10.4 persons, Chollabuck-do 24.0 persons, Chollanam-do with 10.4 persons, Chollabuck-do 24.0 persons, Chullanam-do with 13.8 persons, Kyungsangnam-do with 46.8 persons, Cheju-do with 1.2 persons.
5. As to legal qualification and employment status of food inspectors, number of qualified employees were less than 50% of food inspectors in most provinces except in Kangwon-do and among temporarily employed 44.9% was only qualified
6. After receiving food inspector´s training courses offered by the National Institute of Health 56.7% of total trainers were transferred to jobs other than sanitary activities.
7. Number of temporarily employed was 69.1% of total sanitary inspectors and 30.9% of formally appointed was transferred to jobs other than sanitary activities.

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