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071

Professional NursesWorkers in this unit group provide professional nursing services. Their functions include: providing professional nursing care and advice in hospitals, clinics or other establishments providing medical care and treatment; providing professional nursing care and advice in private homes, schools, maternal and child health centres and nurseries; providing nursing services and health information for employees in workplaces; performing related tasks.

072

Nursing Personnel Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group provide simple nursing services for patients, generally under the supervision of a physician or professional nurse. They do not have the full training and theoretical knowledge of Professional nurses (0-71).

073

Professional MidwivesWorkers in this unit group provide professional midwifery services in hospitals, clinics and elsewhere, including giving advice and assistance to women during childbirth, providing prenatal and postnatal nursing care of mother and infant, and participating in some aspects of health education.

074

Midwifery Personnel Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group provide practical midwifery services as a rule in private homes, when there is no physician in attendance, in apparently normal obstetric cases. Their general functions are similar to those of Professional midwives (0-73) but they do not have the full training and theoretical knowledge of the latter.

075

Optometrists and OpticiansWorkers in this unit group prescribe and fit spectacles and perform related tasks. Their functions include: examining eyes and prescribing spectacles or treatment not involving the use of medicines, surgery or drugs, to conserve or improve vision; assisting customers in choice of spectacle frames, fitting prescribed lenses into frames, and fitting frames or contact lenses to customers.

076

Physiotherapists and Occupational TherapistsWorkers in this unit group provide special medical therapeutic services. Their functions include: treating sprains, healing fractures, paralysis and circulatory or nervous disorders by physical means, usually as prescribed by a physician; participating in planned medically oriented vocational, educational or recreational activities designed to rehabilitate physically or mentally disabled persons; massaging clients or patients to improve circulation, soothe or stimulate nerves, facilitate elimination of waste matter, stretch contracted tendons and produce other therapeutic effects.

077

Medical X-Ray TechniciansWorkers in this unit group operate X-ray equipment to make radiographs for medical diagnostic purposes or to give therapeutic treatment. Industrial radiographer is classified in 0-39.90.

079

Medical, Dental, Veterinary and Related Workers Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group provide professional medical, dental, veterinary and related services not performed by those classified elsewhere. Their functions include: diagnosing and treating, mainly by manipulative methods, disorders of bones, muscles, blood vessels and other tissues of the human body; relieving illness believed due to pressure upon nervous system at the spine by adjusting joints of the spine; promoting, and supervising implementation of, measures to restore or improve sanitary environmental conditions; writing specifications for and fitting artificial limbs, braces and other appliances for body deformities and disorders following prescription of physician; performing related tasks.

081

StatisticianWorkers in this unit group conduct research into the mathematical basis of the science of statistics; develop new and improved statistical methodology; advise on practical applications of statistical methods; plan and conduct statistical surveys; apply statistical techniques to evaluate, organise, analyse and interpret numerical data obtained from special surveys or other sources.

082

Mathematicians and ActuariesWorkers in this unit group conduct research in fundamental mathematics to advance mathematical knowledge and develop and improve mathematical techniques; advise on practical applications of mathematical principles and techniques to solution of specific problems in scientific research, engineering, logistics, computer applications and other areas; conduct logical analyses of management problems and formulate mathematical models for programming and solution by computer; apply knowledge of mathematics, statistics and financial affairs to design and operation of pensions schemes and life, health, social and casualty insurance systems.

083

Systems AnalystsWorkers in this unit group analyse data-processing needs and problems of commercial, industrial and other business enterprises, and of research, administrative and other organisations, advise on the feasibility and cost of using automatic data-processing (A.D.P.), and devise and introduce appropriate A.D.P. systems and procedures.

084

Statistical and Mathematical TechniciansWorkers in this unit group prepare programmes to control the automatic processing of data by computer and perform other technical tasks contributory to the work of, and normally under the direction and supervision of, statisticians, mathematicians and actuaries.

090

EconomistsWorkers in this unit group conduct research and apply the principles and theories of economics to formulate solutions to economic problems arising from production, distribution and exchange of goods and services and referring to such matters as composition of production, markets, trade trends, pricing policies, credit structures, consumption, investment of capital, wages and productivity, and advise on economic questions in a specialised field such as finance, taxation, international trade, labour, agriculture or industrial production and investigate present and potential market for particular goods and services.

110

AccountantsWorkers in this unit group plan and administer accounting services, advise on accountancy problems, and plan and conduct audits of accounts of private persons, enterprises, institutions and governmental organisations. Bookkeepers are classified in unit group 3-31.

120

Jurists, Specialization UnknownWorkers in this unit group may perform any, but not all, legal functions described in unit groups 1-21 to 1-29.

130

Teachers, Level and Subject UnknownWorkers in this unit group may teach at any (but not all) of the levels described in unit groups 1-31 to 1-39 and may teach any (but not all) of the subjects described therein.

160

Sculptors, Painters, Photographers and Related Creative Artists, Specialisation UnknownWorkers in this unit group may perform any (but not all) of the occupational activities described in unit groups 1-61 to 1-63.

170

Composers and Performing Artists, Specialisation UnknownWorkers in this unit group may perform any (but not all) of the occupational activities described in unit groups 1-71 to 1-79.

180

Athletes, Sportsmen and Related WorkersWorkers in this unit group take part for gain in, and regulate the conduct of, sporting events and train sportsmen. Their functions include: participating in public competitive sporting events for gain; coaching sportsmen to develop their knowledge of, and ability in, their sport; participating in the regulation of the conduct of sporting competitions; instructing persons in development and maintenance of their physical fitness by means of gymnastic and other exercises; performing related tasks.

201

Legislative OfficialsWorkers in this unit group preside over or participate in the proceedings of legislative bodies and administrative councils of national, state, provincial or local governments. Their functions include: formulating and deciding on laws, rules and regulations within the framework of a constitution determining their powers and fields of jurisdiction; serving on government administrative boards or official committees; directing, on behalf of the government, administrators of departments implementing government policy. Legislative officials who serve only in a part-time capacity and are principally engaged in another occupation are classified elsewhere, in the group appropriate to their main occupation.
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