An operation event is an activity that is performed at the premises as part of primary operations. Operation events can be used as normalizers when benchmarking buildings.
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Laundry load||Load of laundry||None|
|Ice performance||Event performed on ice (e.g., skating)||None|
|Sporting event||Event such as a baseball game||None|
|Non-sporting event||Such as a show, concert, seminar, religious service, etc.||None|
|Served meal||Individual served meal. One meal includes the main entree as well as accompanying appetizers, sides, and dessert consumed in one meal by a single customer||None|
|Procedure||Such as surgeries in an outpatient hospital.||None|
|Class||Such as individual classes held in educational institutions.||None|
|Service||Customer served. Each individual visit by the same customer counts as a customer served.||None|
|Item production||Such as items produced by a manufacturer.||None|
|Customer transaction||Event that passes as an organizationÕs threshold for a single customer transaction.||None|
|Receipt transaction||A receipt transaction is any time money is exchanged for goods or service and can include the amount for more than one customer.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
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