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Occupational Classification System Manual

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MOG E—Precision Production, Craft, And Repair Occupations
Precision Metal Working Occupations
Exclude Sheet Metal Apprentices (E654), and Helpers (H874), and Sheet Metal Duct Installers (E596).
Lay out, cut to size, bend or shape, and solder, braze, rivet, or crimp sheet metal such as copper, steel, aluminum, galvanized iron, and tin-plate to fabricate or repair sheet metal items such as gutters and metal cabinets. May be designated according to type of material used, such as Coppersmith or according to type of activity, such as Sheet Metal Assembler.

Last modified: October 16, 2001