Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians in healthcare settings typically do not exist, as the duties and responsibilities of these workers are primarily related to the maintenance and repair of aircrafts, such as airplanes and helicopters. They may inspect, repair, and overhaul aircraft systems, such as engines, landing gear, and avionics. They may also troubleshoot and repair mechanical and electrical systems, and perform routine maintenance, such as oil changes, and brake replacements.
In contrast, healthcare facilities are focused on providing medical care, treatments, and services to individuals, families, and communities. It is not directly related to aircraft maintenance and repair.
It’s possible that some healthcare organizations may provide air ambulance services, but the aircrafts used in these services are typically maintained by specialized aircraft maintenance companies, not by healthcare facilities.
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