|Assesses:||Mechanical and electrical maintenance knowledge|
|Test Format:||153 Items
Ramsay Corporation's Maintest is a 2½ hour paper and pencil test that measures the practical mechanical and electrical knowledge of maintenance employees. Form B-R is an alternate version to the more commonly administered form A version of the test.
- Tests managers and hourly workers
- Measures 21 mechanical and electrical areas (153 items)
- Provides percentile scores
- Materials and instructions for test administration
- Tests scored by Ramsay Corporation
- Group data on developmental needs of your maintenance force
- Allows comparison with local and national samples of over 7,000 maintenance workers
When you purchase this product, you purchase online test administration credits. These test credits, once purchased, are placed in your online account and do not expire. Each credit can then be assigned to a test-taker for administration of this test via an internet-connected computer.
System requirements for our Online Testing System are available on our help system.
All tests administered on the Online Testing System are required to be proctored by a representative or third-party agent of the company.
A Getting Started Guide is also available for new users of our Online Testing System.
Categories tested include:
|– Hydraulics||– Pneumatics||– Welding|
|– Power Transmission||– Lubrication||– Pumps|
|– Piping||– Rigging||– Mechanical Maintenance|
|– Shop Machines, Tools & Equipment||– Combustion||– Motors|
|– Digital Electronics||– Schematics & Print Reading||– Control Circuits|
|– Power Supplies||– AC/DC Theory||– Power Distribution|
|– Test Instruments||– Computers & PLC||– Electrical Maintenance|
What is the proper fastener to use to join two wires?
- A wire nut
- Cellophane tape
- A spring clip
Maintest Form B-R is intended for use with applicants and incumbents for jobs where practical mechanical and electrical knowledge and skill are necessary parts of maintenance job activities.
Job analysis activities conducted during development of this test revealed that applicable titles are Maintenance Mechanic (any industry) and Electrician, Maintenance (any industry) as defined in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (U.S. Department of Labor, 1991). The corresponding O*Net Online (U.S. Department of Labor, 2006) title is Industrial Machinery Mechanic.
Total test score on RCJS Maintest has correlated significantly with job performance ratings in Technical Knowledge, Supervisory Skills, Problem Solving , and with Total Performance criteria for a group of 201 maintenance employees at a uniform rental company.
O*NET† Job Titles
Below are the O*NET job titles that were determined to be applicable to this test during the job analysis. Click the Job Title for more information about tasks performed, tools and technology used, job knowledge areas and abilities required, as well as related job titles.
This assessment is intended for use with jobs that are sufficiently related.
[Industrial Machinery Mechanics]
Repair, install, adjust, or maintain industrial production and processing machinery or refinery and pipeline distribution systems.
†O*NET™ is a trademark of the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
This data was collected from a national sample of maintenance employees and applicants.
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