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Victims of Crime, 1998

Statistics South Africa

CODEBOOK SADA 0101

Victims of Crime, 1998
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SADA 0101

Principal Investigator Statistics South Africa (StatsSA)

South African Data Archive 2001

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION Any publication or other presentation based in whole or part on the data and documentation supplied by SADA must prominently use the following citation: Statistics South Africa; Victims of Crime, 1998; Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa (producer); Pretoria: South African Data Archive (distributor), 2001.

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SOUTH AFRICAN DATA ARCHIVE NATIONAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION P.O. BOX 2600 Pretoria 0001 +27 12 481 4192/ 4029 +27 12 481 4020 sada@nrf.ac.za http://www.nrf.ac.za/sada

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STUDY DESCRIPTION SADA 0101 TITLE: Victims of Crime, 1998 PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) DEPOSITOR: Statistics South Africa Private Bag x44 Pretoria 0001 Tel: (012) 310 8911 Fax: (012) 322 3374 E-mail: info@statssa.pwv.gov.za Web: http://www.statssa.gov.za ABSTRACT: The victims of crime survey was the first national study of its kind in South Africa. Prior to this study diverse research had been conducted on victims of crime, but these studies did not cover the entire country. In particular, they did not include rural areas. The only information available on criminal activities in the country as a whole was through police and court records. While these records were highly valuable resources of statistics about criminal activity, they relied largely on the extent to which the reporting of crimes took place. Those incidents, which were not reported by victims, remained unknown and unrecorded. Police and court records allowed for the monitoring of policing and of the criminal justice system. An important supplementary way of gaining understanding of crimes, and of improving planning for crime prevention, was by speaking to citizens to find out about their experiences of crime and the criminal justice system. Through the victims’ survey such as this one, it was possible to examine the extent of reporting of crime and to learn about the perceptions that different people have about the police and police services. Furthermore this survey aimed to:  Conduct the first national benchmark household victimisation survey in South Africa  Collect information to feed into the National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS) on the nature, extent and patterns of crime from the perceptive of victims  Examine the extent of crime reporting for different types of crimes  Obtain a picture of the perceptions that members of the public hold of police and policing  Look at the type of support structures that exist for victims of crime  Determine the crime prevention measures that South Africans use, and  Compare, where possible South African crime patterns and reporting behaviour with those in other countries. GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: South Africa IMPORTANT VARIABLES: Patterns and extent of crime, types of crime, reporting of crime, citizens’ perceptions about police and police services
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DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES: Age, gender, highest level of education, marital status, living area, type of dwelling, language, population group. UNIVERSE: Households in the nine provinces of South Africa. METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION: Survey questionnaire was used for data collection. The questionnaire used for the survey was based on the standard international questionnaire with certain modifications. The international questionnaire covered eleven main crimes that is theft of a car or other motor vehicle, theft from a car or other vehicle, car vandalism, theft of a motor cycle or scooter, theft of a bicycle, burglary or housebreaking, attempted burglary, robbery with force, personal theft, sexual incidents and assault and two supplementary crimes (consumer fraud and corruption). In the South African questionnaire, the following crimes were added on the recommendation of the advisory committee to meet specific South African needs: theft of livestock, poultry and other animals, hijacking or attempted hijacking of vehicles, deliberate damage, burning or destruction of dwellings and deliberate killing or murder. UNITS OF OBSERVATION: Households DATE OF DATA COLLECTION: Fieldwork was conducted over a two-week period, between 16 and 27 March 1998. EXTENT OF DATA COLLECTION: 2 data files in SPSS and hardcopy documentation and questionnaire. Main Data Number of cases: 3 899 Number of records: 3 899 Number of records per case: 1 Logical Record Length: 80+ Number of variables: 393 Number of kilobytes: 2, 305 KB Person Data Number of cases: 12 167 Number of records: 12 167 Number of records per case: 1 Logical Record Length: 80+ Number of variables: 9 Number of kilobytes: 415 KB PUBLICATIONS: Hirschowitz, R., Buwembo, P., Serwadda-Luwaga, J. and Nasholm, H. (1998). Victims of Crime Survey. Pretoria: Statistics South Africa.

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VICTIMS OF CRIME 1998: METADATA

GENERAL NOTES
This document contains the sample design, how the weights were calculated and the classification of crime.

Sample Design
The sample consisted of 4 000 people aged 16 years or more. It was drawn in three stages.    Firstly, a probability sample of 800 enumerator area (EAs) was drawn, as demarcated for the 1996 population census. This sample was stratified explicitly by province, and implicitly by the 42 police districts of the country. Secondly, within each of the 800 EAs, five households were selected for interviewing, using systematic sampling. Thirdly, one respondent aged 16 years or more was selected to be interviewed in each of the five households in each of the sampled in each sampled EA. This person was chosen using a table of random numbers. Once a respondent had been selected, fieldworkers were instructed to make sure that they interviewed only that specific person and nobody else. In case of noncontacts with that person, repeated call backs(at least three) had to be made. There were no substitutions for refusal or non-contact.

Weights
The 1996 population census formed the basis for weighting the data to population of the country. Two different sets of weights were used for this study, i.e. household and individual weights

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The questions posed on crimes committed against the households were weighted to the population of households in the country, while those concerning crimes committed against Individuals were weighted to the population of individuals aged 16 years or more. Factors taken into account in weighting households were province, police area and EA type (urban formal, urban informal, non-urban traditional, commercial farms and other types of nonurban areas.

Below is the method of calculation. Weights were calculated by using the reciprocal of the inclusion probabilities. Since the sample selection was done in three stages (i.e. First stage - selection of an EA Second stage - selection of a household in the selected EA Third stage - selection of the respondent in the selected household), the inclusion probabilities were calculated as follows:

The inclusion probability of an EA (say p1): Since this was done with probability proportional to size (size being the number of persons residing in the EA), p1 = m . Ai  Ai
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m - number of EAs in the stratum1 Ai - number of persons residing in the selected EA  Ai - number of person in the stratum

The inclusion probability of the household (say p2) : Since five (5) households (per EA) were selected systematically, p2= 5 number of households in the selected EA

The inclusion probability of the respondent (say p3) : This was done using simple random sampling, and due to the variation in the number of qualifying persons (people aged 16+) in the selected household, we calculated p3 as follows :

p3=

number of respondents per EA number of qualifying persons in the selected households (per EA)

Household weight = ( 1/p1.p2). Relative scaling was done on this weight to cater for the urban/nonurban split per stratum. Person weight = (1/p1.p2.p3). Relative scaling was also done on this weight to cater for the population group and gender splits, and also for the population growth.

Classification of crimes
Household crimes Non-violent Housebreaking Attempted housebreaking and burglary Theft of livestock, poultry and other animals Theft of cars, vans, trucks or bakkies excluding hijacking Theft of goods from vehicles Car, van, truck or bakkie vandalism Theft of motor cycles, motor scooters Theft of bicycles Other Violent Hijacking/attempted hijacking Deliberate damage, burning or destruction of dwellings Deliberate killing or murder Individual crimes Non-violent Theft of personal property excluding robbery involving force Fraud Corruption

Violent Robbery involving force Sexual offenses Assault/Threats of assault

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Stratum - police area in a Province 7

VICTIMS OF CRIME SURVEY 1998
Physical address/means of identification of the dwelling …………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………………..

Nearest city/town/farm/tribal authority

Nearest suburb/village/settlement:

Name of police area Police area code

Name of province

…………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………….

Name of magisterial district Magisterial District No Enumerator Area No Visiting Point No

 Go to back cover

Household No Interviewer details Name of interviewer Gender of interviewer ………………………………………………………….. 1 Male 2 Female

Date of interview Day Month

98
Year

Signature of fieldwork supervisor to confirm that s/he has checked the completed questionnaire and is satisfied with the way in which it has been completed.

…………………………………………………………..

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PART 1:

INTRODUCTION AND HOUSEHOLD

INFORMATION
……………………………………………………… has been selected (Name of the person selected on the back cover) to be interviewed in this survey. Could I please speak to her/him personally.

Explain to the selected person in his/her home language!
The Central Statistical Service (CSS), South Africa’s official statistics agency, on behalf of the Department of Safety and Security and in conjunction with the United nations, is presently conducting a survey to determine the extent of crime in the country. You personally have been selected to answer questions for this study. We hope that you will answer our questions as honestly and as accurately as possible. All the information that you give us will be treated in the strictest confidence. The answers that you give us will be combined with the results of all other respondents, so that no-one will be able to trace your responses back to you. May I proceed with the interview? 1.1 1 2 3 4 5 1.2 1 2 1.3 1 2 3 Selected person was available during INITIAL VISIT FIRST CALL-BACK SECOND CALL-BACK THIRD CALL-BACK PERSON NOT AVAILABLE AFTER THREE CALL-BACKS
 End!

Selected respondent agreed to participate in the interview YES NO If NO, indicate whether person refused because of: LACK OF TIME SUBJECT MATTER OTHER REASONS  Go to 1.4

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Section 1: Background information
1.4 1 2 3 4 5 1.5 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

Type of enumerator area
URBAN, FORMAL URBAN, INFORMAL NON-URBAN, TRADITIONAL NON-URBAN, COMMERCIAL FARMS NON-URBAN, OTHER (E.G. AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS, HOLIDAY RESORTS, AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS, ETC.)

Main Type of dwelling, record by observation
DWELLING OR BRICK STRUCTURE ON A SEPARATE STAND OR YARD TRADITIONAL DWELLING/HUT/STRUCTURE MADE MAINLY OF TRADITIONAL
MATERIALS

FLAT IN BLOCK OF FLATS TOWN/CLUSTER/SEMI-DETACHED DWELLING/SHARED PROPERTY (SIMPLEX, DUPLES OR TRIPLEX) UNIT IN RETIREMENT VILLAGE DWELLING/FLAT/ROOM IN A BACKYARD INFORMAL DWELLING/SHACK IN A BACKYARD INFORMAL DWELLING/SCHACK NOT IN A BACKYARD, E.G IN AN INFORMAL/SQUATTER SETTLEMENT ROOM/FLATLET NOT IN A BACKYARD BUT ON A SHARED PROPERTY HOSTEL/COMPOUND/ROOM IN A BUILDING CARAVAN/TENT NONE/HOMELESS OTHER (SPECIFY) ………………………………………………………………………

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1.6 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

Which language is most often spoken in this household? AFRIKAANS ENGLISH ISINDEBELE/NDEBELE/SOUTH NDEBELE/NORTH NDEBELE ISIXHOSA/XHOSA ISIZULU/SIZULU/ZULU SEPEDI/NORTHERN SOTHO SESOTHO/SOTHERN SOTHO/SOTHO SETSWANA/TSWANA SISWATI/SWAZI TSHIVENDA/VENDA XITSONGA/TSONGA OTHER, SPECIFY ……………………………………………………………………………………..

Ask in home language!

1.7

How many people, altogether, are there in the household? By household I mean all persons who live together at least four days a week, who share resources and eat from the same pot/kitchen. Males Females Total

1.8

How many people are there in the household aged 16 years or older? Males Females Total

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I have already been told the names of the adult members in your household. I would now like to know the gender and the year of birth of each one of them.

1.9

Now let us write down again the first names of all persons in the household aged 16 years or older. Let us start with the head/acting head of household. What is his/her name or initials? Let us then write down the names of everyone else.

Person no Name Gender Male=1 Female=2 Year of birth Age, if year of
birth unknown

01

02

03

04

05 06

07

08

09

1 2 19 …...

1 2 19 …...

1 2 19 ..….

1 2

1 2

1 2 19 ..….

1 2

1 2

1 2

19 …... 19 ..….

19 …... 19 …… 19 ……

Person no Name Gender Male=1 Female=2 Year of birth Age, if year of
birth unknown

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11 12

13

14

15

16

17

18

1 2 19 …...

1 2 19 …...

1 2 19 ..….

1 2

1 2

1 2 19 ..….

1 2

1 2

1 2

19 …... 19 ..….

19 …... 19 …… 19 ……

Now circle the number of the actual person who is being interviewed.
Person number 01 10 02 03 11 12 04 13 05 14 15 06 16 07 17 08 18 09

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Section 2: Biographical information
2.1 1 2 2.2 1 2 3 4 5 2.3

Gender of respondent, record by observation
MALE FEMALE

Population group of respondent, record by observation
AFRICAN/BLACK COLOURED INDIAN/ASIAN WHITE OTHER, E.G. GRIQUA (SPECIFY) ………………………………………… Now I would like to ask some questions about your background. What , if any, is the highest level of education that you have completed? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 None Grade 1 - Grade 4 (Grade 1 - Standard 2) Grade 5 - Grade 7 (Standard 3 - Standard 5) Grade 8 - Grade 11 (Standard 6 - Standard 9) Diploma/Certificate without Grade 12 (Matric) Grade 12 (Standard 10, Matric) Higher than Grade 12 (Matric) Did you do any work in the last seven days? Answer YES if you did any of the following: any type of formal work (not on a farm) for a salary or wage any type of informal work for example, making, repairing or selling things from home, and/or providing a service such as hairdressing and paid child care paid work as a domestic worker e.g. cleaning, gardening, cooking work on a farm or the land, for a wage work on a farm or the land, as part of the households farming activities work in a family business with pay work in a family business without pay any piece- or casual work  Go to 2.6

2.4

1 2

YES NO

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2.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Which of the following best describes your present situation? Have a job but was absent for the last seven days Going to school/college/university, etc. Not working, but looking for work Not working, not looking for work, available for work A full-time housewife/househusband Pensioner/retired Permanently unable to work Not working, not looking for work, not available for work Other, specify ……………………………………………………………….  Go to 2.8  Go to 2.6

2.6

What sort of work do you do? (e.g. typing, computer programming, primary school teaching, domestic work, plumbing, street vending)

…………………………………………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………………………………………….. 2.7 Where did you mainly work last week? Did you mainly work at home, in an office, a factory, a school or learning institution, a street/pavement, another outdoor place such as a building site, or any other place, or did you move around from place to place? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 HOME OFFICE FACTORY SCHOOL/LEARNING INSTITUTION STREET/PAVEMENT OUTDOOR PLACE SUCH AS A BUILDING SITE MOVED AROUND FROM PLACE TO PLACE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………………………….. 2.8 1 2 3 4 How long has the household been living in this dwelling? Less than one year One year or more but less than 5 years 5 years or more but less than 10 years 10 years or more

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2.9

How safe do you feel living in this dwelling? Do you feel very safe, fairly safe, a bit unsafe, or very unsafe? 1 2 3 4 VERY SAFE FAIRLY SAFE A BIT UNSAFE VERY UNSAFE What is your present marital status? 1 2 3 6 4 5 NEVER MARRIED MARRIED: CIVIL/RELIGIOUS MARRIED: TRADITIONAL/CUSTOMARY CURRENTLY LIVING WITH A PARTNER WIDOWED DIVORCED/SEPARATED Think about the year 1997 or the past 12 months. Could you please tell me in which category your total annual gross household income falls?

2.10

2.11

If the person does not know, consult with the head /acting head of the household.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R 2 999 OR LESS R 3 000 - R 5 999 R 6 000 - R 11 999 R 12 000 - R 23 999 R 24 000 - R 47 999 R 48 000 - R 95 999 R 96 000 OR MORE DON’T KNOW REFUSED

Check Annual or Monthly! If it is R 2 500/ month 12 x R 2 500 = R 30 000

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Section 3: Talking about Crime
Now I would like to turn to the subject of crime. 3.1 Some people often talk about crime, whilst others talk about it less often or never. Has the topic of crime come up in any conversation you have had with your family, friends or colleagues in the past two weeks? 1 2 3.2 YES NO  Go to section 4

What was it that you mainly talked about (the crime most often discussed?)

Probe for the main crime. Circle one code only.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 PICK-POCKETING, BAG OR PURSE-SNATCHING OTHER THEFT OF PERSONAL GOODS ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE (EXCLUDING CAR HIJACKING) BICYCLE THEFT CAR THEFT OR THEFT OF ANY OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLE VEHICLE HIJACKING MURDER/KILLING SEXUAL ABUSE RAPE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BURGLARY POLITICAL VIOLENCE ASSAULT LIVESTOCK/POULTRY THEFT WHITE COLLAR CRIME CORRUPTION IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE OTHER (SPECIFY) ……………………………………………………………………………………

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PART 2:

crimes Experienced during THE past 5 YEARS

Now I would like to ask you about some crimes which your household may have experienced during the past five years, 1993 to 1998. Please note, I am only interested in offences which you and people who live with you at present as a household have experienced. It is sometimes difficult to remember such incidents, so I would like you to take your time and to think carefully about the questions.

Section 4: Housebreaking and Burglary
I would like to start with some questions about housebreaking and burglary. 4.1 Over the past five years, did anyone actually get into your dwelling/s without permission and steal or try to steal something? Here I am not including thefts from garages, sheds or lock-ups, unless these are used as dwellings (places where people actually live).

Include cellars, do not count burglaries in second dwellings, such as holiday houses.
1 2 3 4.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 4.3 Otherwise Go to section 5 4.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 4.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go back to 4.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 19 on flap, then continue with 4.2  Go to section 5  Go to section 5

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 5: Attempted Housebreaking and Burglary
Now I would like to ask you some questions about attempted housebreaking and burglary. 5.1 Over the past five years, do you have any evidence that someone tried to get into your dwelling unsuccessfully? 17

For example, damage to locks, doors or windows, or scratches around the lock. Here I am not including thefts from garages, sheds or lock-ups, unless these are used as dwellings (places where people actually live).

1 2 3 5.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2

YES NO DON’T KNOW

 Circle section 20 on flap, then continue with 5.2  Go to section 6  Go to section 6

When did this happen? Was it …

This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 5.3 Otherwise Go to section 6

5.3

I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 5.2

5.4 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

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Section 6: Theft of Livestock, Poultry and other Animals
Now I would like to ask you some questions about theft of animals. 6.1 1 2 3 6.2 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household owned any animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, donkeys, chickens, rabbits or pets? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to section 7  Go to section 7

Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their animals stolen? Please take your time to think about it.. 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 21 on flap, then continue with 6.3  Go to section 7  Go to section 7

6.3

What type of animals were stolen? If more than one type of animal has been stolen, probe for main type. Circle one code only. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CATTLE SHEEP GOATS DONKEYS CHICKENS RABBITS PETS OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….…………………. When did this happen? Was it … NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 6.5 Otherwise Go to section 7

6.4 YES 1 1 1 1

6.5

I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 6.4

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6.6 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 7: Theft of Cars, Vans, Trucks or Bakkies
Excluding Hijacking
Now I would like to ask questions about crimes involving vehicles such as cars, vans, trucks or bakkies, and so I need to ask you about ownership, access to, or regular use of these vehicles. 7.1 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, a vehicle such as a car, van, truck or bakkie? (Exclude motor cycles and bicycles) 1 2 3 7.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to section 8  Go to section 8

Over the past five years, how many cars, vans, trucks or bakkies have you or members of your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, most of the time? 1 2 3 ONE TWO THREE OR MORE Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their cars, vans, trucks or bakkies stolen when nobody was in the vehicle? 1 YES NO 3 DON’T KNOW  Circle section 22 on flap, then continue with 7.4  Go to section 8  Go to section 8

7.3

7.4 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2

When did this happen? Was it …

This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’ KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 7.5 Otherwise Go to section

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7.5

I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES No  Go back to 7.4

7.6 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 8: Hijacking/Attempted Hijacking of Cars, Vans,
Trucks or Bakkies
Now I would like to ask you about hijacking of cars, vans, trucks or bakkies. 8.1 Over the past five years, has anybody attempted to steal or actually stolen a car, van, truck or bakkie by force, when you or other members of your present household were inside or just outside the vehicle? 1 2 3 8.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 8.3 Otherwise Go to section 9 8.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 8.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 23 on flap, then continue with 8.2  Go to section 9  Go to section 9

When did this happen? Was it …

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How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … 8.4 1 2 3 4 Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 9: Theft of Goods from Vehicles
Now let us focus on anything that may have been stolen from a vehicle that your household owned, had access to or made regular use of. Vandalism, (i.e.. deliberate damage to the vehicle/s) must not be reported here, but under Section 10. If the vehicle itself was stolen as well as things from the vehicles, the theft of the things from the vehicle must be reported here. Please ensure that vehicle theft in this case has been reported in sections 7 or 8. 9.1 Over the past five years have you or any member of your present household been a victim of theft of a car radio, or something else which was left in your car, or theft of a part of the car, such as a car mirror or wheel? 1 2 3 9.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 9.3 Otherwise Go to section 10 9.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 9.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 24 on flap, then continue with 9.2  Go to section 10  Go to section 10

When did this happen? Was it …

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9.4 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 10: Car, Van, Truck or Bakkie Vandalism
Now I would like to ask you some questions about car, van, truck or bakkie vandalism or deliberate damage to these vehicles. 10.1 Apart from theft of goods from vehicles, have parts of cars, vans, trucks or bakkies in your present household been deliberately damaged (vandalized) over the past five years? 1 2 3 10.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 10.3 Otherwise Go to section 11 10.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 10.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go back to 10.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 25 on flap, then continue with 10.2  Go to section 11  Go to section 11

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

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Section 11: Theft of Motor Cycles, Motor Scooters
and Similar Vehicles. Excluding Bicycles
Now I would like to ask questions about crimes involving motor cycles, motor scooters and similar vehicles, and so I need to ask you about ownership, access to, or regular use of these vehicles. 11.1 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household owned any, had access to or made regular use of a motorcycle, motor scooter or similar vehicle? (Exclude bicycles) 1 2 3 11.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to section 12  Go to section 12

Over the past five years, how many motorcycles, motor scooters or similar vehicles have you or members of your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, most of the time? 1 2 3 ONE TWO THREE OR MORE Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their motorcycles, motor scooters or similar vehicles stolen? 1 2 3 YES NO
DON’T KNOW

11.3

 Circle section 26 on flap, then continue with 11.4  Go to section 12  Go to section 12

11.4 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2

When did this happen? Was it …

This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996)
DON’T KNOW

If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 11.5 Otherwise Go to section 12 11.5 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 11.4

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11.6 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 12: Theft of Bicycles
Now I would like to ask you some questions about theft of bicycles. 12.1 1 2 3 12.2 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household, including children, owned any, had access to or made regular use of a bicycle? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to section 13  Go to section 13

Over the past five years, how many bicycles have you or members of your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, most of the time? 1 2 3 ONE TWO THREE OR MORE Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their bicycles stolen? Please take your time to think about it. 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 27 on flap, then continue with 12.4  Go to section 13  Go to section 13

12.3

12.4 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2

When did this happen? Was it …

This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 12.5 Otherwise Go to section 13

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12.5

I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 12.4

12.6 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 13: Deliberate Damage, Burning or Destruction
of Dwellings, excluding Forced Removals.
Let us move away from vehicle crimes and go back to other crimes affecting households. 13.1 Sometimes, people deliberately damage, set fire to, or destroy other people’s dwelling/s for political or other reasons. Over the past five years, has this ever happened to the dwelling/s in which you/your present household live/d? . 1 2 3 13.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 13.3 Otherwise Go to section 14 13.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 YES NO  Go back to 13.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 28 on flap, then continue with 13.2  Go to section 14  Go to section 14

When did this happen? Was it …

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13.4 1 2 3 4

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 14: Deliberate Killing or Murder of a Member
of your Household
Now I would like to ask you some questions about deliberate killing or murder of a member of your household. This includes someone who was killed as a result of a burglary, car hijacking or robbery or indeed someone who was killed in rape or in domestic violence or any other circumstances. 14.1 Over the past five years, has anyone who lived in your present household been deliberately killed or murdered? This could have happened during housebreaking, hijacking, assaults including domestic violence or at a different occasion. 1 2 3 14.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 14.3 Otherwise Go to section 15 14.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 14.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go to 14.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 29 on flap, then continue with 14.2  Go to section 15  Go to section 15

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

Section 15: Robbery involving Force against the Person,
not the Household
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Now I would like to ask you some questions about what may have happened to you personally. Things that you have already mentioned or which happened to other members of your household should not be mentioned now. I will start with some questions about robbery. 15.1 Over the past five years, has anyone taken something from you by using force or threatening you, or did anyone try to do so?

Pick-pocketing should not be reported in this section.
1 2 3 15.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 15.3 Otherwise Go to section 16 15.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 15.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go back to 15.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 30 on flap, then continue with 15.2  Go to section 16  Go to section 16

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

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Section 16: Theft of Personal Property
Excluding Robberies, involving Force
Apart from theft or robbery involving force, there are other types of theft of personal property, such as pick-pocketing, or the theft of a purse, wallet, clothing, jewellery or sports equipment. This could take place at work, at a school, in a pub or shebeen, on public transport, on the beach or in the street. 16.1 1 2 3 16.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 16.3 Otherwise Go to section 17 16.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 16.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go back to 16.2 Over the past five years, have you personally been the victim of any of these thefts?. YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 31 on flap, then continue with 16.2  Go to section 17  Go to section 17

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

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Section 17: Assaults/Threats of Assault
Including Domestic Violence
Now I would like to ask you some questions about other crimes of violence in which you personally may have been the victim. I would like to start with some questions about assaults and threats of assaults including domestic violence. 17.1 Over the past five years, have you personally been attacked, physically beaten or threatened by someone in a way that really frightened you, either at home or elsewhere, for example in a pub or a shebeen, in the street, at school, on public transport, in cinemas, on the beach or at your workplace? The person doing this could be someone you don’t know, or it could be a relative, friend or family member. 1 2 3 17.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 17.3 Otherwise Go to section 18 17.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 17.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go back to 17.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 32 on flap, then continue with 17.2  Go to section 18  Go to section 18

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

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Section 18: Sexual Offenses
Including Rape and Domestic Sexual Abuse
Now I would like to ask you some questions about all types of sexual offences including rape or incidents where you were forced to have sexual intercourse against your will and domestic sexual abuse. 18.1 People sometimes grab, touch or assault others for sexual reasons in a really offensive way, or sometimes they even rape others. This can happen either at home or elsewhere, for example in a pub or shebeen, in the street, at school, on public transport, in cinemas, on the beach or at your workplace. The person doing this could be someone you don’t know, or it could be a relative, friend or family member. Over the past five years, has anyone done this to you? 1 2 3 18.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 18.3 Otherwise Go to part 3 18.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 18.4 1 2 3 4 YES NO  Go back to 18.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Circle section 33 on flap, then continue with 18.2  Go to part 3  Go to part 3

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times

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PART 3:

VICTIMS’ EXPERIENCE OF THE LAST CRIME

This part (sections 19-33) is to be completed only for those respondents who have experienced the crimes as indicated on the flap. If no crime has been circled on the flap, go to part 5 (section 35).

Section 19: Housebreaking and Burglary
Could I now go back and ask you about the housebreaking you said that happened to your household. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once. 19.1 1 2 3 19.2 1 2 3 19.3 1 2 3 19.4 1 2 3 4 5 19.5 1 2 3 19.6 You said a burglar got into your home without permission. Was anyone present in the dwelling during this incident? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 19.11  Go to 19.11

Let us talk about weapon/s involved in the incident. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 19.5  Go to 19.5

Did the offender/s do any of the following? Threaten to use a weapon/s without showing it Display a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick Actually use a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick What kind of weapon was it?. A firearm (gun) A knife or other sharp object A stick or other blunt object Something used as a weapon, e.g. stone DON’T KNOW Did anyone do anything to resist the burglary? YES NO DON’T KNOW What did they do? ……………………………………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………….  Go to 19.7  Go to 19.7  Go to 19.5

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19.7 1 2 19.8 YES 1 1 19.9 1 2 3 19.10 1 2 3 19.11 1 2 19.12 NO 2 2

During this incident, was anyone injured? YES NO Who was injured?  Go to 19.11

Exclude anyone who was killed!

The criminal/s A person/people living in the dwelling Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require medical attention? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 19.11  Go to 19.11

Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require admission to a hospital? YES NO DON’T KNOW Was something actually stolen? YES NO What was stolen? ……………………………………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………….  Go to 19.14

19.13

What do you estimate was the value of the stolen goods?

Probe for replacement value
R ………….. 19.14 1 2 19.15 R ………….. 19.16 1 2 3 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 19.20  Go to 19.21 Was there any damage done, for example to cupboards or doors? YES NO  Go to 19.16

What do you estimate was the value of this damage?

Probe for replacement value

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19.17

Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 19.18 HOPED THAT THEY WOULD RECOVER THE STOLEN GOODS WANTED THE OFFENDER TO BE CAUGHT/PUNISHED GOODS WERE INSURED CRIMES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO STOP IT HAPPENING AGAIN OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 19.19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  Go to 19.21 YES NO DON’T KNOW IF THE PERSON
WHO REPORTED WAS SATISFIED

 Go to 19.21

 Go to 19.21

For what reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied? POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE FAILED TO RECOVER THE STOLEN GOODS/PROPERTY POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. DON’T KNOW

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19.20

If NO to Question 19.16 Why did you (the other person) fail to report this incident to the police?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 19.21 1 2 3 4 19.22 1 2 3 19.23 CRIME NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME STOLEN GOODS WERE OLD/NOT VERY VALUABLE/IMPORTANT SOLVED THE CRIME WITHOUT POLICE ASSISTANCE/SOLVED MYSELF POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY GOODS WERE NOT INSURED POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS BY POLICE FEAR OF REPRISALS BY THE OFFENDER/S PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE POLICE ARE INACCESSIBLE/TOO FAR AWAY COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Were the stolen goods recovered? YES NO ONLY PARTS OF THE STOLEN GOODS WERE RECOVERED DON’T KNOW Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Yes NO DON’T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 20: Attempted Housebreaking and Burglary
Could I now go back and ask you about the attempted burglary you said that happened to your household. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once. 20.1 You said a burglar tried to get into your home. Did you or anyone else report this incident to the police? 1 2 3 20.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 21: Theft of Livestock, Poultry and other Animals
Could I now go back and ask you about the theft of animals you said that happened to your household. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

21.1 1 2 3 21.2 1 2 3 4 21.3

You said that your household has had some of their animals stolen. Did you or anyone else report the theft to the police? YES NO
DON’T KNOW

Were the animals recovered? YES
ONLY SOME OF THE ANIMALS WERE RECOVERED

NO
DON’T KNOW

Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 22:

Theft of Cars, Vans, Trucks or Bakkies

Excluding Hijacking
Could I now go back and ask you about the theft of vehicles you said that happened to your household, excluding hijacking. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

22.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 22.2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 22.3 1 2 3 22.4

You said that your household had experienced theft of a car, van, truck or bakkie. Where did this theft occur? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY DON’T KNOW Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? IN A DRIVEWAY, GARAGE OR GARDEN IN AN INDOOR PARKING LOT IN AN OUTDOOR PARKING LOT IN THE STREET OUTSIDE A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE IN THE STREET, IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA IN AN OPEN SPACE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………… DON’T KNOW Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police?  Go to 22.7  Go to 22.8

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 HOPED THAT THEY WOULD RECOVER THE STOLEN VEHICLE/S WANTED THE OFFENDER TO BE CAUGHT/PUNISHED VEHICLE/S WERE INSURED CRIMES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO STOP IT HAPPENING AGAIN OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….

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22.5

On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW IF THE PERSON
WHO REPORTED WAS SATISFIED

 GO TO 22.8

 Go to 22.8

22.6

For what main reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  Go to Q 22.8 22.7 If NO to Q 22.3 Why did you (the person) fail to report this incident to the police? POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE FAILED TO RECOVER THE STOLEN VEHICLE/S POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. DON’T KNOW

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 CRIME NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME STOLEN GOODS WERE OLD/NOT VERY VALUABLE/IMPORTANT SOLVED THE CRIME WITHOUT POLICE ASSISTANCE/SOLVED MYSELF POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY VEHICLES WERE NOT INSURED POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS BY POLICE FEAR OF REPRISALS BY THE OFFENDER/S PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE POLICE ARE INACCESSIBLE/TOO FAR AWAY COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….

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22.8 1 2 3 4 22.9 1 2 3 22.10

Was the car/van/truck/bakkie recovered? YES NO ONLY PARTS OF THE STOLEN VEHICLE WERE RECOVERED DON'T KNOW Was the thief/were the thieves arrested? YES NO DON'T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 23: Hijacking/Attempted Hijacking of Cars, Vans,
Trucks or Bakkies
Could I now go back and ask you about the hijacking you said that happened to you or your household. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

23.1 1 2 3 4 5 23.2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 23.3 1 2 23.4 1 2 3

Where did the hijacking or attempted hijacking occur? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY DON’T KNOW Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? IN A DRIVEWAY, GARAGE OR GARDEN IN AN INDOOR PARKING LOT IN AN OUTDOOR PARKING LOT IN THE STREET OUTSIDE A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE IN THE STREET, IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA AT A STOP OR YIELD SIGN AT A STREET CORNER AT A ROBOT/TRAFFIC LIGHT AT A STREET CORNER AT A BUS STOP OR TAXI STOP OR RAILWAY STATION IN AN OPEN SPACE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………… Let us talk about weapon/s involved in the incident. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? YES NO  Go to 23.6

Did the offender/s do any of the following? Threaten to use a weapon/s without showing it Display a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick Actually use a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick  Go to 23.6

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23.5 1 2 3 4 5 23.6 1 2 3 23.7

What kind of weapon was it?. A firearm (gun) A knife or other sharp object A stick or other blunt object Something used as a weapon, e.g. stone DON’T KNOW Did anyone do anything to resist the hijacking? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 23.8  Go to 23.8

What did they do? ……………………………………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………….

23.8

During this incident, was anyone injured?

Exclude anyone who was killed!
1 2 23.9 YES NO Who was injured?  Go to 23.12

Exclude anyone who was killed!
YES 1 1 1 23.10 1 2 3 23.11 1 2 3 NO 2 2 2 The criminal/s A household member/s in or near to the vehicle Bystander/s Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require medical attention? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 23.12  Go to 23.12

Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require admission to a hospital? YES NO DON’T KNOW

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23.12 1 2 3 23.13

Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 23.16  Go to 23.17

Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 23.14 HOPED THAT THEY WOULD RECOVER THE STOLEN VEHICLE/S WANTED THE OFFENDER TO BE CAUGHT/PUNISHED VEHICLE/S WERE INSURED CRIMES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO STOP IT HAPPENING AGAIN OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW IF THE PERSON
WHO REPORTED WAS SATISFIED

 Go to 23.17

 Go to 23.17

23.15

For what main reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE FAILED TO RECOVER THE VEHICLE/S POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. DON’T KNOW

 Go to Q 23.17

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23.16

If NO to Question 23.12 Why did you (the person) fail to report this incident to the police?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 23.17 1 2 3 4 23.18 1 2 3 23.19 CRIME NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME STOLEN VEHICLE WERE OLD/NOT VERY VALUABLE/IMPORTANT SOLVED THE CRIME WITHOUT POLICE ASSISTANCE/SOLVED MYSELF POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY VEHICLE/S WERE NOT INSURED POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS BY POLICE FEAR OF REPRISALS BY THE OFFENDER/S PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE POLICE ARE INACCESSIBLE/TOO FAR AWAY COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Was the car/van/truck/bakkie recovered? YES NO ONLY PARTS OF THE STOLEN VEHICLE/S WERE RECOVERED DON’T KNOW Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? YES NO DON’T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 24: Theft of Goods from Vehicles
Could I now go back and ask you about the theft of goods from vehicles you said that happened to you or your household. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

24.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 24.2 R ……………. 24.3

Where did this theft happen? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY DON’T KNOW What do you estimate was the value of the stolen property?

Probe for replacement value
Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police?

1 2 3 24.4 1 2 3 4 24.5 1 2 3 24.6

YES NO DON’T KNOW Were the goods recovered? YES NO ONLY PARTS OF THE STOLEN GOODS WERE RECOVERED DON'T KNOW Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? YES NO DON’T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household?

1 2 3

Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 25: Car, Van, Truck or Bakkie Vandalism
Could I now go back and ask you about the vandalism of a car, van, truck or bakkie you said that happened to you or your household. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

25.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 25.2 1 2 3 25.3

The damage that you mentioned was done to your vehicle, where did that happen? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY DON’T KNOW Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 26: Theft of Motor Cycles, Motor Scooters
and Similar Vehicles. Excluding Bicycles
Could I now go back and ask you about the theft of the motor cycle or motor scooter you said that you or your household had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

26.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 26.2 1 2 3 26.3 1 2 3 4 26.4

Where did this theft happen? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY DON’T KNOW Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Was the motorcycle, motor scooter or other similar vehicle recovered? YES NO ONLY PARTS OF THE STOLEN VEHICLE/S WERE RECOVERED DON'T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 27: Theft of Bicycles
Could I now go back and ask you about the theft of the bicycle you said that you or your household had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

27.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 27.2 1 2 3 27.3 1 2 3 4 27.4

Where did this theft happen? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY DON’T KNOW Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Was the bicycle recovered? YES ONLY PARTS OF THE BICYCLE WERE RECOVERED NO DON'T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled. If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 28: Deliberate Damage, Burning or Destruction
of Dwellings. Excluding Forced Removals.
Could I now go back and ask you about the damage of your dwelling you said that you or your household had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

28.1

You said that the dwelling where you live has been deliberately damaged/burned or destroyed. Did you or anyone else report the incidence to the police? 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

28.2

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Section 29: Deliberate Killing or Murder of a Member
of your Household
Could I now go back and ask you about the deliberate killing or murder you said that your household had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

29.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 29.2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 29.3

Where did the murder happen? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY DON’T KNOW Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? INSIDE A DWELLING OUTSIDE, BUT ON THE PROPERTY OF A DWELLING AT THE PERSON’S PLACE OF WORK IN THE STREET OUTSIDE A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE, BUSINESS CENTRE OR
RESIDENTIAL AREA

INSIDE A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE AT A RESTAURANT, PUB, TAVERN OR SHEBEEN AT ANY OTHER PLACE OF ENTERTAINMENT, SUCH AS A CINEMA AT A BUS STOP OR TAXI RANK OR RAILWAY STATION WHILE TRAVELING IN A CAR, TAXI OR TRAIN IN AN OPEN SPACE/IN THE VELD DON’T KNOW Did this deliberate killing or murder happen as a result of car hijacking, robbery, housebreaking or burglary, domestic violence or rape, or did it occur in other circumstances?

1 2 3 4 5 5

CAR HIJACKING ROBBERY HOUSEBREAKING/BURGLARY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RAPE OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………………………….

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How many people were killed who were members of this household? ONE PERSON TWO PERSONS THREE PERSONS FOUR PERSONS FIVE PERSONS OR MORE DON’T KNOW How old was the person (were the people) who were murdered?

Person 1: youngest or only person Second youngest person (if applicable) Third youngest person (if applicable) Fourth youngest person (if applicable) Fifth youngest person (if applicable) 29.6
MALE FEMALE

Was the murdered person (were the murdered people) male or female?

1 1 1 1 1 29.7

2 2 2 2 2

Person 1: youngest or only person Second youngest person (if applicable) Third youngest person (if applicable) Fourth youngest person (if applicable) Fifth youngest person (if applicable) How many people were involved in committing this offence?

1 2 3 4 29.8 1 2 3 4

One person Two people Three or more people DON’T KNOW Did the victim/s know the murderer (or at least one person, if more than one) by name or by sight? DID NOT KNOW OFFENDER/S KNOWN BY SIGHT ONLY DID NOT SEE OFFENDER/S KNOWN BY NAME  Go to 29.10  Go to 29.10  Go to 29.10

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If the murderer was known by name
Was the person (were any of them) the victim’s spouse or partner, ex-spouse or partner, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, a relative or close friend or boss or acquaintance? 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 VICTIM’S SPOUSE/LIVE-IN PARTNER (AT THE TIME) VICTIM’S EX-SPOUSE/EX-PARTNER (AT THE TIME) VICTIM’S BOYFRIEND/GIRLFRIEND (AT THE TIME) VICTIM’S EX-BOYFRIEND/EX-GIRLFRIEND (AT THE TIME) RELATIVE OF THE VICTIM CLOSE FRIEND OF THE VICTIM COLLEAGUE OR BOSS OF THE VICTIM ACQUAINTANCE OF THE VICTIM OTHERS, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………………… DON’T KNOW What main method was used?

29.10

Probe for main method. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 29.11 1 2 3 29.12 Shooting Stabbing Strangulation Beating/assault Burning Poisoning Being thrown from a building, a train or moving vehicle Other, specify …………………………………………………………………… Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 29.14  Go to 29.15

On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW IF THE PERSON
WHO REPORTED WAS SATISFIED

 Go to 29.15

 Go to 29.15

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For what reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  Go to 29.15 29.14 If NO to Question 29.11 Why did you (the other person) fail to report this incident to the police? POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. DON’T KNOW

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 29.15 1 2 3 POLICE ARRIVED BEFORE IT COULD BE REPORTED BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS BY POLICE FEAR OF REPRISALS BY THE OFFENDER FEAR OF BEING BLAMED FOR THE CRIME PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE POLICE ARE INACCESSIBLE/TOO FAR AWAY COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? YES NO DON’T KNOW

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Section 30: Robbery involving Force against the Person,
not the Household
Next I want to ask you some questions about what you mentioned had happened to you personally. Could I now go back and ask you about the robbery including force which you said that you had experienced personally. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once. 30.1 1 2 3 4 5 30.2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 30.3 1 2 3 4 30.4 1 2 3 Where did the robbery occur? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? INSIDE A DWELLING OUTSIDE, BUT ON THE PROPERTY OF A DWELLING AT YOUR PLACE OF WORK AT YOUR SCHOOL/COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/PLACE OF LEARNING AT A SHEBEEN, PUB OR RESTAURANT IN A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE AT ANY OTHER PLACE OF ENTERTAINMENT, SUCH AS A CINEMA OUTDOORS IN THE STREET/ON THE PAVEMENT AT A BUS STOP OR TAXI RANK OR RAILWAY STATION WHILE TRAVELING IN A CAR, TAXI OR TRAIN IN AN INDOOR OR OUTDOOR PARKING LOT IN AN OPEN SPACE/IN THE VELD OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. How many people were involved in committing this offence? One person Two people Three or more people DON’T KNOW Let us talk about weapon/s involved in the incident. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to 30.7  Go to 30.7

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30.5 1 2 3 30.6 1 2 3 4 5 30.7 1 2 30.8 1 2 30.9 1 2 30.10 1 2 3 30.11

Did the offender/s do any of the following? Threaten to use a weapon/s without showing it Display a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick Actually use a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick What kind of weapon was it?. A firearm (gun) A knife or other sharp object A stick or other blunt object Something used as a weapon, e.g. stone DON’T KNOW Were you injured? YES NO  Go to 30.10  Go to 30.7

Did you require medical attention? YES NO  Go to 30.10

Did you require admission to a hospital? YES NO Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Can you tell me: What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police?  Go to 30.14

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 5 6 HOPED THAT THEY WOULD RECOVER THE STOLEN GOODS WANTED THE OFFENDER TO BE CAUGHT/PUNISHED GOODS WERE INSURED CRIMES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO STOP IT HAPPENING AGAIN OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….

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On the whole, were you satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 YES NO NEITHER SATISFIED, NOR DISSATISFIED  Go to 30.15  Go to 30.15

30.13

For what main reason were you dissatisfied?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  Go to 30.15 30.14 If NO to Question 30.10 Why did you fail to report this incident to the police? POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE FAILED TO RECOVER THE STOLEN GOODS/PROPERTY POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. DON’T KNOW

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 30.15 1 2 CRIME NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME STOLEN GOODS WERE OLD/NOT VERY VALUABLE/IMPORTANT POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY SOLVED THE CRIME WITHOUT POLICE ASSISTANCE/SOLVED MYSELF GOODS WERE NOT INSURED POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS BY POLICE FEAR OF REPRISALS BY THE OFFENDER FEAR OF BEING BLAMED FOR THE CRIME PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE POLICE ARE INACCESSIBLE/TOO FAR AWAY COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Did the offender actually steal something from you? YES NO  Go to 30.17

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Were the stolen goods recovered? YES NO ONLY PARTS OF THE STOLEN GOODS WERE RECOVERED DON’T KNOW Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? YES NO DON’T KNOW

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Section 31: Theft of Personal Property
Excluding Robberies involving Force
Could I now go back and ask you about the theft of personal property you said that you had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once.

31.1 1 2 3 4 5 31.2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 31.3 1 2 31.4 1 2 3

Where did the theft happen? ON THE PROPERTY WHERE YOU LIVE NEAR THE PROPERTY WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? INSIDE A DWELLING OUTSIDE, BUT ON THE PROPERTY OF A DWELLING AT YOUR PLACE OF WORK AT YOUR SCHOOL/COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/PLACE OF LEARNING AT A SHEBEEN, PUB OR RESTAURANT IN A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE AT ANY OTHER PLACE OF ENTERTAINMENT, SUCH AS A CINEMA OUTDOORS IN THE STREET/ON THE PAVEMENT AT A BUS STOP OR TAXI RANK OR RAILWAY STATION WHILE TRAVELING IN A CAR, TAXI OR TRAIN IN AN INDOOR OR OUTDOOR PARKING LOT IN AN OPEN SPACE/IN THE VELD OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………………. Were you holding or carrying something that was stolen e.g. was it a case of pickpocketing? YES NO Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW

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Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you? 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

Go to the flap and continue with the next section that has been circled If no more sections have been circled on the flap, go to part 4.

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Section 32: Assaults/Threats of Assault
Including Domestic Violence
Could I now go back and ask you about the assaults/threats of assaults you said that you had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once. 32.1 1 2 3 4 5 32.2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 32.3 1 2 3 4 32.4 1 2 3 4 Where did the assault/threats of assault happen? AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? INSIDE A DWELLING OUTSIDE, BUT ON THE PROPERTY OF A DWELLING AT YOUR PLACE OF WORK AT YOUR SCHOOL/COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/PLACE OF LEARNING AT A SHEBEEN, PUB OR RESTAURANT IN A SHOP, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE AT ANY OTHER PLACE OF ENTERTAINMENT, SUCH AS A CINEMA OUTDOORS IN THE STREET/ON THE PAVEMENT AT A BUS STOP OR TAXI RANK OR RAILWAY STATION WHILE TRAVELING IN A CAR, TAXI OR TRAIN IN AN INDOOR OR OUTDOOR PARKING LOT IN AN OPEN SPACE/IN THE VELD OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. How many people were involved in committing this offence? One person Two people Three or more people DON’T KNOW Did you know the offender (at least one offender) by name or by sight? DID NOT KNOW OFFENDER/S KNOWN BY SIGHT ONLY DID NOT SEE OFFENDER/S KNOWN BY NAME  Go to 32.6  Go to 32.6  Go to 32.6

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If the offender was known by name
Were any of them your spouse or partner, ex-spouse or ex-partner, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, a relative or close friend or your boss or acquaintance? 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 SPOUSE/PARTNER (AT THE TIME) EX-SPOUSE/EX-PARTNER (AT THE TIME) BOYFRIEND/GIRLFRIEND (AT THE TIME) EX-BOYFRIEND/EX-GIRLFRIEND (AT THE TIME) RELATIVE CLOSE FRIEND COLLEAGUE OR BOSS ACQUAINTANCE REFUSES TO SAY OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….. Can you tell me what actually happened? Were you threatened or was force used? 1 2 3 JUST THREATENED FORCE USED DON'T KNOW Let us talk about weapons involved. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? 1 2 YES NO  Go to 32.10

32.6

32.7

32.8 1 2 3 32.9 1 2 3 4 5 32.10 1 2

Did the offender/s do any of the following?? Threaten to use a weapon/s without showing it Display a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick Actually use a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick What type of weapon was it? A firearm (gun) A knife or other sharp object A stick or other blunt object Something used as a weapon, e.g. stone DON’T KNOW Were you injured during this incident? YES NO  Go to 32.14  Go to 32.10

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Was the injury due to the weapon being used? YES NO Did you require medical attention? YES NO  Go to 32.14

Did you require admission to a hospital? YES NO Do you regard the incident as a crime? YES NO Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police?  Go to 32.19  Go to 32.20

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
1 2 3 4 WANTED THE OFFENDER TO BE CAUGHT/PUNISHED CRIMES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO STOP IT HAPPENING AGAIN OTHER, SPECIFY ……………………………………………………………………………………..

32.17

On the whole, were you satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 YES NO NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED  Go to 32.20  Go to 32.20

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For what reason were you dissatisfied?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  Go to 32.20 32.19 If NO to Question 32.15 Why did you (the other person) fail to report this incident to the police? POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE FAILED TO TAKE THE REPORT SERIOUSLY POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 13 13 32.20 1 2 3 CRIME NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME STOLEN GOODS WERE OLD/NOT VERY VALUABLE/IMPORTANT SOLVED THE CRIME WITHOUT POLICE ASSISTANCE/SOLVED MYSELF POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY GOODS WERE NOT INSURED POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS BY POLICE FEAR OF REPRISALS BY THE OFFENDER/S PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE POLICE ARE INACCESSIBLE/TOO FAR AWAY COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Was the offender/Were the offenders arrested? YES NO DON'T KNOW

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Section 33: Sexual Offenses
Including Rape and Domestic Sexual Abuse
Could I now go back and ask you about the sexual offences you said that you had experienced. We are going to focus on the last time it happened, if it happened more than once. 33.1 You mentioned that you had been a victim of a sexual offence or raped or forced to have sexual intercourse with someone against your will. Could I ask you where this happened?

1 2 3 4 5 33.2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 33.3 1 2 33.4 1 2 3 4

AT YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN YOUR GARAGE OR DRIVEWAY NEAR YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE, E.G. IN THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY/TOWN OR LOCAL AREA WHERE YOU LIVE ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY ANOTHER COUNTRY Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? INSIDE A DWELLING OUTSIDE, BUT ON THE PROPERTY OF A DWELLING AT YOUR PLACE OF WORK AT YOUR SCHOOL/COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/PLACE OF LEARNING AT A SHEBEEN, PUB OR RESTAURANT IN A BUILDING, SHOPPING CENTRE OR BUSINESS CENTRE AT ANY OTHER PLACE OF ENTERTAINMENT, SUCH AS A CINEMA OUTDOORS IN AN ALLEYWAY AT A BUS STOP OR TAXI RANK OR RAILWAY STATION WHILE TRAVELING IN A CAR, TAXI OR TRAIN IN AN INDOOR OR OUTDOOR PARKING LOT IN AN OPEN SPACE/IN THE VELD IN A PUBLIC TOILET OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Would you describe this incident as a rape? YES NO How many people were involved in committing this offence? One person Two people Three or more people DON’T KNOW

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Did you know the offender (at least one offender) by name or by sight? DID NOT KNOW OFFENDER  Go to 33.7 KNOWN BY SIGHT ONLY DID NOT SEE OFFENDER/S KNOWN BY NAME  Go to 33.7  Go to 33.7

If the offender was known by name
Were any of them your spouse or partner, ex-spouse or ex-partner, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, a relative or close friend or your boss or acquaintance? 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 SPOUSE/PARTNER (AT THE TIME) EX-SPOUSE/EX-PARTNER (AT THE TIME) BOYFRIEND/GIRLFRIEND (AT THE TIME) EX-BOYFRIEND/EX-GIRLFRIEND (AT THE TIME) RELATIVE CLOSE FRIEND COLLEAGUE OR BOSS ACQUAINTANCE OF THE VICTIM REFUSES TO SAY OTHER, SPECIFY ………………………………………………………………….. Let us talk about weapons involved. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? 1 2 YES NO  Go to 33.10

33.7

33.8 1 2 3 33.9 1 2 3 4 5 33.10 1 2

Did the offender/s do any of the following?? Threaten to use a weapon/s without showing it Display a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick Actually use a weapon/s such as a gun, knife or stick What type of weapon was it? A firearm (gun) A knife or other sharp object A stick or other blunt object Something used as a weapon, e.g. rope or stocking DON’T KNOW Were you injured during this incident? YES NO  Go to 33.14  Go to 33.10

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33.11 1 2 33.12 1 2 33.13 1 2 33.14 1 2 33.15 1 2 3 33.16

Was the injury due to the weapon being used? YES NO Did you require medical attention? YES NO  Go to 33.14

Did you require admission to a hospital? YES NO Do you regard this incident as a crime? YES NO Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? YES NO DON’T KNOW Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? 1 2 3 4 WANTED THE OFFENDER TO BE CAUGHT/PUNISHED CRIMES SHOULD BE REPORTED TO STOP IT HAPPENING AGAIN OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………….. On the whole, were you satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? 1 2 3 YES NO NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED  Go to 33.20  Go to 33.20  Go to 33.19  Go to 33.20

33.17

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For what reason were you dissatisfied?

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  Go to 33.20 33.19 If NO to Question 33.15 Why did you (the person) fail to report this incident to the police? POLICE DID INSUFFICIENT TO SOLVE THE CASE POLICE SHOWED A LACK OF INTEREST POLICE FAILED TO FIND/ARREST THE OFFENDER POLICE FAILED TO TAKE REPORT SERIOUSLY POLICE WERE RUDE/IMPOLITE/TREATED COMPLAINANT BADLY POLICE FAILED TO KEEP VICTIM/INFORMANT PROPERLY INFORMED POLICE WERE SLOW TO ARRIVE OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. DON’T KNOW

Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 33.20 1 2 3 CRIME NOT SERIOUS ENOUGH BELIEVED POLICE WOULD FAIL TO SOLVE THE CRIME THOUGHT THAT POLICE WOULD NOT TAKE THE INCIDENT SERIOUSLY POLICE INAPPROPRIATE/NOT NECESSARY SOLVED THE CRIME WITHOUT POLICE ASSISTANCE/SOLVED MYSELF FELT IT WAS PARTLY MY FAULT POLICE ARE CORRUPT FEAR OF REPRISALS SUCH AS FURTHER ATTACKS FROM THE OFFENDER FEAR OF BEING BLAMED FOR THE CRIME PREVIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE COULD NOT IDENTIFY THE PERPETRATOR FEAR OF BEING EXPOSED OR EMBARRASSED OTHER, SPECIFY …………………………………………………………………. Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? YES NO DON’T KNOW

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PART 4:

SOURCES OF HELP

This part (section 34) is to be completed only for those respondents for whom at least one type of crime has been circled on the flap. If no crime has been circled on the flap, go to part 5 (section 35).

Section 34: Sources of Help for Victims of Crime
Think about the crime/crimes that you have spoken about. Let us talk about alternative sources of help you or your household may have turned to, besides or instead of the police, at the time of the last crime (if the respondent/household has been the victim of more than one crime). I am thinking specifically of people or organizations who have supported you or your household. For example your church or your friends. 34.1 Was there any alternative source of emotional support that you or your household turned to, besides or instead of the police, at the time of the (last) crime? 1 2 34.2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 YES NO  Go to 34.3

Which was the most important source of emotional support that you or your household turned to? NEIGHBORS FAMILY AND FRIENDS CHURCH ORGANIZATION PSYCHOTHERAPIST/COUNSELOR TRADITIONAL HEALER/SANGOMA CHIEF/HEADMAN ARMED RESPONSE OTHER SPECIFY ……………………………………………………………………………………

34.3

Since the crime/crimes did you or your household turn to any people or organizations to protect yourselves against further crime, besides or instead of the police, for example, turning to private security firms, groups in your area, etc? 1 2 YES NO  Go to 34.5

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Which was the most important group/organization that you or your household turned to for protection? STREET COMMITTEES PRIVATE SECURITY FIRM GROUPS IN YOUR AREA, E.G. NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH GROUPS COMMUNITY POLICE FORUM (CPF) CHIEF/HEADMAN TRADITIONAL HEALER OTHER, SPECIFY ……………………………………………………………………………………

34.5

Since the crime/crimes have you or your household turned to any groups, besides or instead of the police, to try and ensure that the criminals have been punished? For example, people’s courts? 1 2 YES NO  Go to section 35

34.6 1 2 3 4

Which was the most important group that you or your household turned to ensure that the criminals have been punished? STREET COMMITTEES PEOPLE’S COURTS GROUPS IN YOUR AREA, E.G. VIGILANTIC GROUPS OTHER, SPECIFY ……………………………………………………………………………………..

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PART 5: GENERAL QUESTIONS ABOUT CRIME Section 35: Fraud
Now I would like to ask you some questions about more general crimes. First let us talk about fraud. 35.1 Over the past five years, were you personally the victim of consumer fraud. In other words, has someone when selling something to you or delivering a service cheated you in terms of quantity or quality of the goods/service? This could have happened to you anywhere, at home, in a shop or at your work place. 1 2 3 35.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 35.3 Otherwise Go to section 36 35.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 1 2 35.4 1 2 3 4 35.5 YES NO  Go back to 35.2 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to section 36  Go to section 36

When did this happen? Was it …

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you? The last time it happened, if more than once. 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious

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How did this fraud take place? Was it to do with… 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 construction of repair work work done by a garage a hotel restaurant or pub a shop of some sort mail-order sales person cheque /credit card insurance fraud pension fraud at the work place other, specify ……………………………………………………………………………………

35.7

Did you or anyone else report the fraud to the police? 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW

Section 36: Corruption among Public Officials
Now I would like to ask you some questions about corruption. 36.1 In some areas or countries, there is a problem of corruption among government or public officials. Over the past five years, has any government official, for instance a customs official, police officer or inspector asked you or wanted you to pay a bribe for his/her service? 1 2 3 36.2 YES 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 This year (1998) Last year (1997) Before then (1993-1996) DON’T KNOW If YES to Last year (1997) continue with 36.3 Otherwise Go to section 37 36.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? 71 YES NO DON’T KNOW  Go to section 37  Go to section 37

When did this happen? Was it …

1 2 36.4 1 2 3 4 36.5

YES NO  Go back to 36.2

How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Once Twice Three times More than three times Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you? The last time it happened, if more than once. 1 2 3 Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious What type of officials were involved? 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 POLICE OFFICER/TRAFFIC OFFICER CUSTOMS OFFICIAL PRISON OFFICIAL PENSIONS OFFICIAL PROSECUTOR/COURT OFFICIAL HOME AFFAIRS OFFICIAL HEALTH OFFICIAL LOCAL AUTHORITY OTHER GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL, SPECIFY ……………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………

36.6

36.7

Did you or anyone else report the corruption to the police? 1 2 3 YES NO DON’T KNOW

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Section 37: Opinions on Crime in your Neighborhood
Now I would like to ask you some questions about your neighborhood and about your opinion of crime in your neighborhood. In some neighborhoods, people do things together and try to help each other, while in other neighborhoods people do not want to get involved. 37.1 In general, what kind of neighborhood would you say you live in? Is it one where people mostly help each other, or where people do not want to get involved? 1 2 3 4 37.2 PEOPLE MOSTLY HELP EACH OTHER PEOPLE MOSTLY GO THEIR OWN WAY MIXTURE DON’T KNOW How safe do you feel walking alone in your neighborhood during the day? Do you feel very safe, fairly safe, a bit unsafe, or very unsafe? 1 2 3 4 37.3 VERY SAFE FAIRLY SAFE A BIT UNSAFE VERY UNSAFE How safe do you feel walking alone in your neighborhood after dark? Do you feel very safe, fairly safe, a bit unsafe, or very unsafe? 1 2 3 4 37.4 VERY SAFE FAIRLY SAFE A BIT UNSAFE VERY UNSAFE Please try to remember the last time you went out after dark in your neighborhood for whatever reason. Did you stay away from certain streets or places for reasons of safety? 1 2 3 4 YES NO DON’T KNOW NEVER GO OUT

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During 1997, did you think that crime in your neighborhood has increased, decreased or remained the same, compared to 1996? INCREASED DECREASED REMAINED THE SAME

Section 38: Opinions on the Work of the Police
Now I would like to ask you some questions about your opinions on the work of the Police. 38.1 Taking everything into account, how satisfied are you with the way in which the police in your neighborhood are controlling crime? Are you satisfied or dissatisfied? 1 2 3 38.2 1 2 3 4 5 6 38.3 1 2 3 4 5 6 38.4 SATISFIED NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED DISSATISFIED How often would you say a police officer passes by in your immediate neighborhood either by car or on foot? AT LEAST ONCE A DAY AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH LESS OFTEN THAN ONCE A MONTH NEVER DON’T KNOW How far is your nearest police station? LESS THAN 1 KM 1 KM - LESS THAN 5 5 KM - LESS THAN 10 10 KM - LESS THAN 15 15 KM OR MORE DON’T KNOW Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in preventing crime from happening in the area where you live? 1 2 3 4 More effective The same Less effective UNSURE

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Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in winning the confidence of people in the area where you live? 1 2 3 4 More effective The same Less effective UNSURE Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in arresting criminals in the area where you live? 1 2 3 4 More effective The same Less effective UNSURE Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in making you feel safe in the area where you live? 1 2 3 4 More effective The same Less effective UNSURE

38.6

38.7

Section 39: Protective Measures against Crime
Now I would like to ask you some questions about protection measures against crime. 39.1 YES 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Is your dwelling protected by any of the following?

Read out one by one
Burglar bars over the windows Security gates in front of the doors A high wall or high fencing Electrified fencing or razor wire or wall spikes Lock-up or electronic gates A dog to deter a burglar Burglar alarm or panic button A private security company A neighborhood watch scheme Other, specify ……………………………………………………………………………………..

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39.2 1 2 3

Do you or does anyone in your household own a firearm? YES NO DON’T KNOW

Section 40: Any other Crime
Lastly I would like to ask you about any other crime not yet mentioned. 40.1 1 2 40.2 Are there any other crimes not yet mentioned that you or your household have been the victims of? YES NO  Go to the next page

Could you please describe this crime to me.

…………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………

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It is important to know whether the interview was conducted with the respondent in private or if there were other members of the household present during the interview. The reason is that it could impact upon the person’s ability to respond, which in turn will affect the results of the survey. Hence, once the interview is finished please circle YES or NO to whether the interview was conducted in private.

Was the interview conducted in private?
1 2 YES NO

If NO - Who was present?
1 2 3 4 HUSBAND/WIFE FATHER MOTHER OTHER

How long did the interview take? …………………………minutes.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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Main File
This file contains all variables in the questionnaire, except question 1.9. It also contains some derived variables.

Data layout Cover Page
Magisterial District No (HHDISTNO) See code list Enumerator Area No (HHEANO) Visiting point No (HHVPNO) Household No (HHHOUSNO) Police area code (POLCODE) Valid range 1-42 Police Areas (Polarea) Province (province) 1=Western Cape 2=Eastern Cape 3=Northen Cape 4=Free State 5=KwaZulu/Natal 6=North West 7=Gauteng 8=Mpumalanga 9=Northern Province (@1 3.)

(@4 (@8 (@10 (@11 (@13 (@43

4.) 2.) 1.) 2.) 30.) 1.)

Section 1
Availability of selected person (HHPAVAIL)
Q1.1 Selected person was available during Valid range 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@44

1.)

Whether selected person agreed to participate or not (HHPAGREE
Q1.2 Selected respondent agreed to participate in the interview Valid range 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@45 1.)

If refused reasons for refusal (HHPRREFS)
Q1.3 If NO, indicate whether person refused because of: Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@46

1.)

Type of settlement (HHEATYPE) Q1.4Type of enumerator area
Valid range:1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@47

1.)

Type of dwelling (HHDWTYPE)

(@48

2.)
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Q1.5 Main Type of dwelling, record by observation
Valid range 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Language (HHLANG) Q1.6 Which language is most often spoken in this household? Valid range 01-12 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 (@50 2.)

Number of persons in the household Males (HHPMALE) Female (HHPFMALE) Total (HHPTOTAL)
Q1.7 How many people, altogether, are there in the household?

(@52 (@54 (@56

2.) 2.) 2.)

Number of persons in the household aged 16 and above Males (HH16MALE) Female (HH16FMAL) Total (HH16TOT)
Q1.8 How many people are there in the household aged 16 years or older? Valid range: 1-99 Missing value 0

(@58 (@60 (@62

2.) 2.) 2.)

Section 2 Biographical Information
Respondent Number (RESPNO) Now circle the number of the actual person who is being interviewed.
Valid range : 1-99 Missing value 0

(@64

2.)

Gender of respondent (RGENDER) Q2.1 Gender of respondent, record by observation
Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@66

1.)

Population group of the respondent (RRACE) Q2.2Population group of respondent, record by observation
Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@67

1.)

Education level of the respondent (REDUC)
Q2.3 What, if any, is the highest level of education that you have completed? Valid range: 1-7 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@68

1.)

Employment (RWORK7D)
Q2.4 Did you do any work in the last seven days? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@69

1.)

Description of present situation (RPRESIT)
Q.5 Which of the following best describes your present situation? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@70

1.)

Type of work (RWRKTYPE)

(@71

4.)
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Q2.6 What sort of work do you do?

See occupation code list Place of work (RWRKPLC)
Q2.7 Where did you mainly work last week? Did you mainly work at home, in an office, a factory, a school or learning institution, a street/pavement, another outdoor place such as a building site, or any other place, or did you move around from place to place? Valid range: 1-8 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@75

1.)

Duration of stay in present dwelling (RWPRD)
Q2.8 How long has the household been living in this dwelling? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@76

1.)

Safety in the dwelling (RDWSAFE)
Q2.9 How safe do you feel living in this dwelling? Do you feel very safe, fairly safe, a bit unsafe, or very unsafe? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@77

1.)

Marital status (RMARITAL)
Q2.10 What is your present marital status? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@78

1.)

Total household income (HHICOME)
Q2.11 Think about the year 1997 or the past 12 months. Could you please tell me in which category your total annual gross household income falls? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@79

1.)

Section 3
Talking about crime (RCRMTALK)
Q3.1 Now I would like to turn to the subject of crime. Some people often talk about crime, whilst others talk about it less often or never. Has the topic of crime come up in any conversation you have had with your family, friends or colleagues in the past two weeks? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@80

1.)

What was talked about (RCRMTPC)
Q3.2 What was it that you mainly talked about (the crime most often discussed?) Valid range: 1-17 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@81

2.)

Section 4
Housebreaking past five years (RDWHBRK)
Q4.1Over the past five years, did anyone actually get into your dwelling/s without permission and steal or try to steal something? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@83

1.)

When it happened This year (1998) (RHBRK98)

(@84

1.)
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Last year (1997) (RHBRK97) Before then (1993-1996) (RHBRK96) Do not know (RHBRKNKN)
Q4.2When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@85 (@86 (@87

1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (RhbrOc97)
Q4.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@88

1.)

Number of times it happened in 1997 (RHbrTm97)
Q4.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@89

1.)

Section 5
Attempted housebreaking (HaTBkTHf)
Q5.1 Over the past five years, do you have any evidence that someone tried to get into your dwelling unsuccessfully? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened

(@90

1.)

This year (HatBk98) Last year (HatBk97) Before then (HatBk96) Do not know (HatBkNkn)
Q5.2When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable Focus on 1997 (HatBkOc) Q5.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@91 (@92 (@93 (@94

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

(@95

1.)

Number of times it happened (HAtBkTms)
Q5.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if Space if not applicable

(@96

1.)

Section 6
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Livestock, poultry & other ownership (LOwn)
Q6.1 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household owned any animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, donkeys, chickens, rabbits or pets? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@97

1.)

Theft of livestock past five years (Ltheft)
Q6.2 Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their animals stolen? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@98

1.)

Type of animal (Ltype )
Q6.3 What type of animals were stolen? Valid range: 1-8 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@99

1.)

When it happened

This year (Lthft98) Last year (Lthft97) Before then (Lthft96) Do not know (LthftNkn)
Q6.4 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@100 (@101 (@102 (@103

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (LthftOcc)
Q6.5 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@104

1.)

Number of times it happened (LthftTms)
Q6.6 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@105

1.)

Section 7
Ownership of vehicles over the past 5 year (Vaccess) Q7.1 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, a vehicle such as a car, van, truck or bakkie? (Exclude motor cycles and bicycles) Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 (@106 1.)

Number of vehicles owned (Vown)
Q7.2 Over the past five years, how many cars, vans, trucks or bakkies have you or members of your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, most of the time?

(@107

1.)

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Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Vehicle theft over the past 5 years (Vtheft)
Q7.3 Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their cars, vans, trucks or bakkies stolen when nobody was in the vehicle? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable When it happened

(@108

1.)

This year (Vthft98) Last year (Vthft97) Before then (Vthft96) Do not know (VthftNkn)
Q7.4 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Focus on 1997 (VtftOc97) Q7.5 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@109 (@110 (@111 (@112

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

(@113

1.)

How many times it happened (VtftTms)
Q7.6 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@114

1.)

Section 8
Hijacking over the past 5 years (Htheft)
Q8.1Over the past five years, has anybody attempted to steal or actually stolen a car, van, truck or bakkie by force, when you or other members of your present household were inside or just outside the vehicle? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened

(@115

1.)

This year (Hathft98) Last year (Hathft97) Before then (Hathft96) Do not know (HatftNkn)
Q8.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@116 (@117 (@118 (@119

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (HthftOcc)
Q8.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997.

(@120

1.)
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You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Number of times it happened (HathftTm)
Q8.4How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@121

1.)

Section 9
Theft of goods from vehicle over the past 5 years (Gtheft)
Q9.1 Over the past five years have you or any member of your present household been a victim of theft of a car radio, or something else which was left in your car, or theft of a part of the car, such as a car mirror or wheel? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable When it happened

(@122

1.)

This year (Gthft98) Last year (Gthft97) Before then (Gthft96) Do not know (GthftNkn)
Q9.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@123 (@124 (@125 (@126

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (GtftOc97)
Q9.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@127

1.)

Number of times it happened (GtftTms)
Q9.4How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@128

1.)

Section 10
Vehicle vandalism (Vdveh)
Q10.1 Apart from theft of goods from vehicles, have parts of cars, vans, trucks or bakkies in your present household been deliberately damaged (vandalized) over the past five years? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable When it happened

(@129

1.)

This year (VDHap98) Last year (VDHap97)

(@130 (@131

1.) 1.)
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Before then (VDHap96) Do not know (VDHapNkn)
Q10.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@132 (@133

1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (VDHapOcc)
Q10.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@134

1.)

Number of times it happened (VDHapTms)
Q10.4How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@135

1.)

Section 11
Motorcycle ownership (Mvaccess)
Q11.1 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household owned any, had access to or made regular use of a motorcycle, motor scooter or similar vehicle? (Exclude bicycles) Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@136

1.)

How many motorcycle (Mvown)
Q11.2 Over the past five years, how many motorcycles, motor scooters or similar vehicles have you or members of your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, most of the time? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@137

1.)

Theft of motorcycles over the past 5 years (Mvtheft)
Q11.3 Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their motorcycles, motor scooters or similar vehicles stolen? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable When it happened

(@138

1.)

This year (Mvthft98) Last year (Mvthft97) Before then (Mvthft96) Do not know (MvthftNk)
Q11.4 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@139 (@140 (@141 (@142

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (MvthftOc)
Q11.5 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between

(@143

1.)

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January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Number of times it happened (MvthftTm)
Q11.6 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@144

1.)

Section 12
Bicycle ownership (Bacces)
12.1 Over the past five years, has anybody in your present household, including children, owned any, had access to or made regular use of a bicycle? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@145

1.)

How many (Bown)
12.2Over the past five years, how many bicycles have you or members of your present household owned, had access to or made regular use of, most of the time? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@146

1.)

Bicycle theft over 5 year period (Btheft)
Q12.3 Over the past five years, have you or any other member of your present household had any of their bicycles stolen? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable When it happened

(@147

1.)

This year (Bthft98) Last year (Bthft97) Before then (Bthft96) Do not know (BthftNkn)
Q12.4 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@148 (@149 (@150 (@151

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (BthftOcc)
Q12.5 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@152

1.)

Number of times it happened (BthftTms)
Q12.6 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@153

1.)

Section 13
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Damage to dwellings (DDelibrt)
Q13.1 Sometimes, people deliberately damage, set fire to, or destroy other people’s dwelling/s for political or other reasons. Over the past five years, has this ever happened to the dwelling/s in which you/your present household live/d? . Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened

(@154

1.)

This year (Ddam98) Last year (Ddam97) Before then (Ddam96) Do not know (DdamNkn)
Q13.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@155 (@156 (@157 (@158

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (DdamOcc)
Q13.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@159

1.)

Number of times it happened (DdamTms)
Q13.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@160

1.)

Section 14
Murder over the past 5 years (Mmurder) 14.1 Over the past five years, has anyone who lived in your present household been deliberately killed or murdered? This could have happened during housebreaking, hijacking, assaults including domestic violence or at a different occasion Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened (@161 1.)

This year (Mmrd98) Last year (Mmrd97) Before then (Mmrd96) Do not know (MmrdNkn)
Q14.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@162 (@163 (@164 (@165

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (MmrdOcc)
Q14.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@166

1.)

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Number of times it happened (MmrdTms)
Q14.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@167

1.)

Section 15
Robbery involving force over the past 5 years (Rpforce)
Q15.1 Over the past five years, has anyone taken something from you by using force or threatening you, or did anyone try to do so?

(@168

1.)

Pick-pocketing should not be reported in this section.
Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened

This year (RPfrc98) Last year (RPfrc97) Before then (RPfrc96) Do not know (RPfrcNkn)
Q15.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@169 (@170 (@171 (@172

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (RPfrcOcc)
Q15.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@173

1.)

Number of times it happened (RPfrcTms)
Q15.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@174

1.)

Section 16
Theft of personal property over the past 5 years (Tvictim)
16.1 Over the past five years, have you personally been the victim of any of these thefts?. Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable When it happened

(@175

1.)

This year (Tthft98) Last year (Tthft97) Before then (Tthft96) Do not know (TthftNkn)
Q16.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@176 (@177 (@178 (@179

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (TthftOcc)

(@180

1.)
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Q16.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Number of times it happened (TthftTms)
Q16.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@181

1.)

Section 17
Assault over the past 5 years (Athreats)
Q 17.1 Over the past five years, have you personally been attacked, physically beaten or threatened by someone in a way that really frightened you, either at home or elsewhere, for example in a pub or a shebeen, in the street, at school, on public transport, in cinemas, on the beach or at your workplace? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened

(@182

1.)

This year (Aaslt98) Last year (Aaslt97) Before then (Aaslt96) Do not know (AasltNkn)
Q17.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@183 (@184 (@185 (@186

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (AasltOcc)
Q17.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@187

1.)

Number of times it happened (AasltTms)
Q17.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@188

1.)

Section 18
Sexual offences over the past 5 years (Sabuse)
Q18.1 People sometimes grab, touch or assault others for sexual reasons in a really offensive way, or sometimes they even rape others. This can happen either at home or elsewhere, for example in a pub or shebeen, in the street, at school, on public transport, in cinemas, on the beach or at your workplace. The person doing this could be someone you don’t know, or it could be a relative, friend or family member. Over the past five years, has anyone done this to you? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 89

(@189

1.)

When it happened

This year (Sabs98) Last year (Sabs97) Before then (Sabs96) Do not know (SabsNkn)
Q18.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@190 (@191 (@192 (@193

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (SabsOcc)
Q18.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997. You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@194

1.)

Number of times it happened (SabsTms)
Q18.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@195

1.)

House breaking (EhBrsPrs)
Q19.1 You said a burglar got into your home without permission. Was anyone present in the dwelling during this incident? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@196

1.)

Weapon use (EhbrWUse)
Q19.2 Let us talk about weapon/s involved in the incident. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@197

1.)

What the offender did (EhBrAct)
Q 19..3 Did the offender/s do any of the following? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@198

1.)

Type of weapon (EHBrWTyp)
Q 19.4 What kind of weapon was it?. Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@199

1.)

Resisting the burglary (EHBrResi)
Q 19.5 Did anyone do anything to resist the burglary? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@200

1.)

(EhbrResT)
Q 19.6 What did they do? Valid range See code list

(@201

1.)

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Injury (EhbrInjr)
Q 19.7 During this incident, was anyone injured? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Who was injured criminal or people living in the dwelling

(@202

1.)

Criminal (EInjCrm) People(EinjPeop)
Q 19.8 a. Who was injured? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@203 (@204

1.) 1.)

Require medical attention (Emedic)
Q 19.9 Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require medical attention? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@205

1.)

Admission to hospital (EHosp)
Q 19.10 Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require admission to a hospital? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@206

1.)

Something stolen (EHbrStol)
Q 19.11 Was something actually stolen? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Items stolen

(@207

1.)

Item 1 (Type1) Item 2 (Type2) Item 3 (Type3) Item 4 (Type4) Item 5 (Type5)
Q 19.12 What was stolen?

(@208 (@210 (@212 (@214 (@216

2.) 2.) 2.) 2.) 2.)

Value of estimated goods (EhbrsVal)
Q 19.13 What do you estimate was the value of the stolen goods?

(@218 (@228

10.) 1.)

Anything damaged (EhbrDamg)
Q 19.14 Was there any damage done, for example to cupboards or doors? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Value of damaged goods (EhbrdVal)
Q 19.15 What do you estimate was the value of this damage?

(@229

10.)

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Reporting to the police (EhbrReP)
Q 19.16 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@239

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Main reason for reporting (EhbrRRea)
Q 19.17 Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Satisfaction with the police (EhbrPSat)
Q 19.18 On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reason for dissatisfaction (EhbrPHan)
Q19.19 For what reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for not reporting (EhbrNRep)
Q 19.20 Why did you (the other person) fail to report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@243

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Stolen goods recovered (EhbrGood)
Q19.21 Were the stolen goods recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Offender arrested (EhbrArre)
Q19.22 Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Seriousness of the offence (EhbrImpact)
Q19.23 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 20
Reporting to the police (AbrRInc)
Q 20.1 You said a burglar tried to get into your home. Did you or anyone else report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) 92

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Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Seriousness of the offence (AHbrImp)
Q 20.2 Taking everything into account, how serious was this for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 21
Reporting to police (ELRepIns)
Q 21.1 You said that your household has had some of their animals stolen. Did you or anyone else report the theft to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether animals were recovered (ELAniRec)
Q 21.2 Were the animals recovered? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Seriousness of the offence (ELInsImp)
Q 21.3 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 22
Where the offence occurred (VplcOcc)
Q 22.1You said that your household had experienced theft of a car, van, truck or bakkie. Where did this theft occur? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Actual place of occurrence (Evplcinf)
Q 22.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-8 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reporting to the police (EVIncRep)
Q 22.3 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@255

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Reason for reporting to police (EVIRReas)

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Q 22.4 What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Satisfaction with the police (EVRPSat)
Q 22.5 On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reason for dissatisfaction (EVInsPol)
Q 22.6 For what main reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for not reporting (EincNRep)
Q 22.7 Why did you (the person) fail to report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the vehicle was recovered (EVInsRec)
Q 22.8 Was the car/van/truck/bakkie recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether arrested (EVInaArr)
Q 22.9 Was the thief/were the thieves arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@262

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Seriousness of the offence (EVInsImp)
Q 22.10 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 23
Where hijacking occurred (EJPLcOcc)
Q 23.1 Where did the hijacking or attempted hijacking occur? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable 94

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Actual place of occurrence (EJPLcInf)
Q23.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-10 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Use of a weapon (EJWeapns)
Q 23.3 Let us talk about weapon/s involved in the incident Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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What the offender did (EJAction)
Q 23.4 Did the offender/s do any of the following? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Type of weapon used (EJWeapTy)
Q 23.5 What kind of weapon was it?. Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Resistance (EJResist)
Q 23.6 Did anyone do anything to resist the hijacking? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Type of resistance (Type)
Q 23.7 What did they do? See code list

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Injuries (EJInjur)
Q 23.8 During this incident, was anyone injured? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Criminal EJInjCri) A household member (EJInjpeo) By stander (EJInjBys)
Q 23.9 Who was injured? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Medical attention (Ejmedic)
Q 23.10 Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require medical attention? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Admission to hospital (EJHospit)
Q23.11 Did the injured person/any of the injured persons require admission to a hospital? Valid range: 1-3(See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@277

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Reporting to the police (EJInsReP)
Q 23.12 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reason for reporting to police (EJInsRRe)
Q 23.13 Can you tell me What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@279

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Satisfaction with the police (EJInsPSa)
Q 23.14 On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@280

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Reason for dissatisfaction (EJInsPHa)
Q 23.15 For what main reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@281

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Reason for not reporting (EJInsNRe)
Q 23. 16 Why did you (the person) fail to report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@282

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Hijacked vehicle recovered (EJInsRec)
Q 23.17 Was the car/van/truck/bakkie recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@284

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(EJInaArr)
Q 23.18 Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@285

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(EJInsImp)

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Q 23.19 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 96

Space if not applicable Section 24

Where it happened (EgplcOcc)
Q24.1 Where did this theft happen? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Value (Egvalue)
Q24.2 What do you estimate was the value of the stolen property?

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Reporting to police (EGIncrep)
Q 24.3Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Goods recovered (EGRec)
Q24.4 Were the goods recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Offender arrested (EgoffArr)
Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Seriousness (Egimpact)
24.6 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@301

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Section 25
Where it happened (Vvplcocc)
25.1 The damage that you mentioned was done to your vehicle, where did that happen? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@302

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Reporting to police (EVVInsre)
Q 25.2 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@303

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Seriousness (EVVimpac)
25.3 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire)

(@304

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Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Section 26
Where it happened (Emplcocc)
26.1 Where did this theft happen? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@305

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Reporting to police (EMInsrep)
Q 26.2 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@306

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Motorcycle recovered (EMRecov)
Q26.3 Was the motorcycle, motor scooter or other similar vehicle recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Seriousness (EMimpact)
26.4 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@308

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Section 27
Where it happened (EBPlcOcc)
27.1 Where did this theft happen? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@309

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Reporting to police (EBIncRep)
Q 27.2 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@310

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Motorcycle recovered (EBRecov)
Q27.3 Was the bicycle recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@311

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Seriousness (EBimpact)
27.4 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 28 Reporting to the police (EDIncRep)
28.1 You said that the dwelling where you live has been deliberately damaged/burned or destroyed. Did you or anyone else report the incidence to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Seriousness (EDRecov)
28.2 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you or your household? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@314

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Section 29
Where it happened (EKPlcOcc)
29.1 Where did the murder happen? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@315

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Actual place (EkplcInf)
Q 29.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-11 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Result of hijacking/robbery (Ekresult) Q 29.3 Did this deliberate killing or murder happen as a result of car hijacking, robbery, housebreaking or burglary, domestic violence or rape, or did it occur in other circumstances? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@316

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(@318

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Number killed (Ekmrdtot)
Q 29.4 How many people were killed who were members of this household? Valid range: 1-6(See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Age of persons killed

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Person 1 (Ekage1) Person 2 (Ekage2) Person 3 (Ekage3) Person 4(Ekage4) Person 5 (Ekage5)
Q29.5 How old was the person (were the people) who were murdered? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value Space if not applicable

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Gender of the people killed

Person 1 (EkGnder1) Person 2 (EkGnder2) Person 3 (EkGnder3) Person 4(EkGnder4) Person 5 (EkGnder5)
Q29.6 Was the murdered person (were the murdered people) male or female? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Number of offenders involved (EpeopInv) Q29.7 How many people were involved in committing this offence? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@330 (@331 (@332 (@333 (@334

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

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Know the offender (EKOffknw)
Q29.8 Did the victim/s know the murderer (or at least one person, if more than one) by name or by sight? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Relationship (EKOffwho)
Q29.9 If

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the murderer was known by name

Was the person (were any of them) the victim’s spouse or partner, ex-spouse or partner, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, a relative or close friend or boss or acquaintance? Valid range: 1-10 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Methods used (Ekmethd) Q29.10 What main method was used? Valid range: 1-8 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@339

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Reporting to police (EKIncRep)
Q29.11 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@340

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Satisfaction with the police (EKPSatis)
Q29.12 On the whole, were you (was the other person) satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Reason for dissatisfaction (EKPHand) Q29.13 For what reason were you (was the other person) dissatisfied?

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Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
100

Valid range: 1-8 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Reasons for not reporting to police (EKInNRep)
Q29.14If NO to Question 29.11 Why did you (the other person) fail to report this incident to the police?

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Probe for the main reason. Circle one code only.
Valid range: 1-11 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Arresting of the offender (EoffArrs)
Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 30
Where it happened (ERPlcOcc)
Q 30.1 Where did the robbery occur? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Actual place (ERPLcinf)
Q 30.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Number of offenders (ERIncOff)
Q 30.3 How many people were involved in committing this offence? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@349

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Whether the offender had a weapon (ERWeapns)
Q 30.4 Let us talk about weapon/s involved in the incident. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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What the offender did (ERAction)
Q 30.5 Did the offender/s do any of the following? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@351

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Type of weapon (ERWType)
Q30.6 What kind of weapon was it?. Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@352

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Injury (ERInjur)

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Q 30.7 Were you injured? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Medical attention (ERMedic)
Q 30.8 Did you require medical attention? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Hospitalization (ERHospit)
Q 30.9 Did you require admission to a hospital? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@355

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Reporting to police (ERIncRep)
Q 30.10 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reason for reporting (EIRpReas)
Q 30.11 What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Satisfaction with the police (ERPSat)
Q30.12 On the whole, were you satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reason for dissatisfaction (ERPHand)
Q 30. 13 For what main reason were you dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for not reporting ERInNRep)
Q 30 14 Why did you fail to report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-14 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

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Space if not applicable

Whether any thing was stolen (Erstolen)
Q 30 15 Did the offender actually steal something from you? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether property was recovered (ERGRecov)
Q 30 16 Were the stolen goods recovered? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the offender was arrested (EROfArrs)
Q 30.17 Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 31
Where the theft happened (EPPlcOcc)
Q 31.1 Where did the theft happen? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Actual place (EPPLcinf)
Q31.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Pickpocketing (EPPocket)
Q 31.3 Were you holding or carrying something that was stolen e.g. was it a case of Pickpocketing? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reporting to the police (EPInsRep)
Q 31.4 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Seriousness (EPImpact)
Q 31.5 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 32
Where it happened (EAPLcOcc)
Q 32.1 Where did the assault/threats of assault happen? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Actual place (EAPLcinf)
Q 32.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Number of offenders (EAOffarr)
Q 32.3 How many people were involved in committing this offence? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the victim knew the offender (EAOffKnw)
Q 32. 4 How many people were involved in committing this offence? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Relationship (EAwho)
Q 32.5 Were any of them your spouse or partner, ex-spouse or ex-partner, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, a relative or close friend or your boss or acquaintance? Valid range: 1-10 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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What actually happened (EAForce)
Q 32.6 Can you tell me what actually happened? Were you threatened or was force used? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether a weapon was used (EAWeapon)
Q 32.7 Let us talk about weapons involved. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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What the offender did (EAAction)
Q 32.8 Did the offender/s do any of the following?? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Type of weapon used (EAWType)
Q 32.9 What type of weapon was it? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Injury (EAInj)
Q 32.10 Were you injured during this incident? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether injury due to weapon (EAWinj)
Q 32.11 Was the injury due to the weapon being used? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Medical attention (EAMedic)
Q 32.12 Did you require medical attention? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Admission to hospital (EAHosp)
Q 32.13 Did you require admission to a hospital? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether it is regarded as a crime (EACrim)
Q 32.14 Do you regard the incident as a crime? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reporting to the police (EAInNRep)
Q 32.15 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reason for reporting (EARNReas)

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Q 32.16 What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Satisfaction with the police (EAPSat)

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Q 32.17 On the whole, were you satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Reasons for dissatisfaction (EAPHand)
Q 32.18 For what reason were you dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for not reporting (EAINRep)
Q 32.19 Why did you (the other person) fail to report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the offender was arrested (EAOfnArr)
Q 32.20 Was the offender/Were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 33
Where it happened (ESPlcOcc)
Q 33.1 You mentioned that you had been a victim of a sexual offence or raped or forced to have sexual intercourse with someone against your will. Could I ask you where this happened? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Actual place (ESPLcinf)
Q 33.2 Can you tell me more about the actual place where this happened? Valid range: 1-14 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether it was rape (ESRape)
Q 33.3 Would you describe this incident as a rape? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Number of offenders (ESTotOff)
Q 33.4 How many people were involved in committing this offence? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the victim knew the offender (ESOFKnwn)
Q33.5 Did you know the offender (at least one offender) by name or by sight? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Relationship(ESWho)
Q 33.6 Were any of them your spouse or partner, ex-spouse or ex-partner, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, a relative or close friend or your boss or acquaintance? Valid range: 1-10 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether a weapon was used (ESWeapns)
Q 33.7 Let us talk about weapons involved. Can I ask: Did the offender/s have any weapon such as a gun, knife or stick? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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What the offender did (ESAction)
Q 33.8 Did the offender/s do any of the following?? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Type of weapon used (ESWType)
Q 33.9 What type of weapon was it? Valid range: 1-5 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Injury (ESSexInj)
Q 33.10 Were you injured during this incident? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the injury was due to weapon (ESWInj)
Q 33.11 Was the injury due to the weapon being used? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Medical attention (ESMedic)
Q 33.12 Did you require medical attention? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

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Space if not applicable

Admission to the hospital (ESHospit)
Q 33.13 Did you require admission to a hospital? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the offence is regarded as a crime (ESCrime)
Q 33.14 Do you regard this incident as a crime? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reporting to police (ESInReP)
Q 33.15 Did you or anyone else report the incident to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for reporting to the police (ESIRReas)
Q 33.16 What was the main reason why you (the other person) reported this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Satisfaction with the police (ESInPSat)
Q 33.17 On the whole, were you satisfied with the way the police dealt with this matter? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for dissatisfaction (ESIPHand)
Q 33.18 For what reason were you dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Reasons for not reporting (ESInsRep)
Q 33. 19 Why did you (the person) fail to report this incident to the police? Valid range: 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Whether the offender was arrested (ESOffArr)
Q 33.20 Was the offender/were the offenders arrested? Valid range: 1-13 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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Section 34
Emotional support (HCOthSup)
Q 34.1 Was there any alternative source of emotional support that you or 108

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your household turned to, besides or instead of the police, at the time of the (last) crime? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Type of emotional support (HCEmSpp)
Q 34.2 Which was the most important source of emotional support that you or your household turned to? Valid range: 1-8 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

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1.)

Other protection other than police (HCProtec)
Q 34.3 Since the crime/crimes did you or your household turn to any people or organizations to protect yourselves against further crime, besides or instead of the police, for example, turning to private security firms, groups in your area, etc? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@419

1.)

Type of organization (HCWSupp)
Q 34.4 Which was the most important group/organization that you or your household turned to for protection? Valid range: 1-7 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@420

1.)

Punishment of offenders (HCPunGr)
Q 34.5 Since the crime/crimes have you or your household turned to any groups, besides or instead of the police, to try and ensure that the criminals have been punished? For example, people’s courts? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@421

1.)

Type of groups (HCGroup)
Q 34.6 Which was the most important group that you or your household turned to ensure that the criminals have been punished? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@422

1.)

Section 35 Fraud over the past five years (HCFVctim)
Q 35.1 Over the past five years, were you personally the victim of consumer fraud. In other words, has someone when selling something to you or delivering a service cheated you in terms of quantity or quality of the goods/service? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 When it happened

(@423

1.)

This year (HCFrd98) Last year HCFrd97)

(@424 (@425

1.) 1.)
109

Before then (HCFrd96) Do not know (HCFrdNKn)
Q 35.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@426 (@427

1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (HCFrdOcc)
Q 35.3 You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@428

1.)

Number of times it happened (HCFTimes)
Q 35.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@429

1.)

Seriousness of the offence (HfrImpat)
Q 35.5 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you? The last time it happened, if more than once. Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@430

1.)

How the fraud took place (HCFrdPLc)
Q 35.6 How did this fraud take place? Was it to do with… Valid range: 1-11 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@431

2.)

Reporting to the police (HCReport)
Q 35.7 Did you or anyone else report the fraud to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@433

1.)

Section 36
Corruption over the past five years (Cvictim)
Q 36.1 Over the past five years, has any government official, for instance a customs official, police officer or inspector asked you or wanted you to pay a bribe for his/her service? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@434

1.)

110

When it happened

This year (CVictm98) Last year (CVIctm97) Before then (CVIctm96) Do not know (CVctmNKn)
Q 36.2 When did this happen? Was it … Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@435 (@436 (@437 (@438

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Focus on 1997 (CcorrOcc)
Q 36.3 I want you to focus specifically on 1997.You said that at least one incident of this kind occurred between January and December 1997. Is this right? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@439

1.)

Number of times it happened (CtmsHapp)
Q 36.4 How many times did it happen in 1997? Was it … Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@440

1.)

Seriousness of the offence (Cimpact)
Q 36.5 Taking everything into account, how serious was this incident for you? The last time it happened, if more than once. Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@441

1.)

Officials involved (CcorrPLc)
Q 36.6 What type of officials were involved? Valid range: 1-9 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@442

2.)

Reporting to the police (CCReport)
Q 36.7 Did you or anyone else report the corruption to the police? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@444

1.)

Section 37 Kind of neighborhood (Otype)
Q 37.1 In general, what kind of neighborhood would you say you live in? Is it one where people mostly help each other, or where people do not want to get involved? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@445

1.)

Walking during the day (OsafWDay)

(@446

1.)
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Q 37.2 How safe do you feel walking alone in your neighborhood during the day? Do you feel very safe, fairly safe, a bit unsafe, or very unsafe? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Walking at night (OsfWNiht)
Q 37.3 How safe do you feel walking alone in your neighborhood after dark? Do you feel very safe, fairly safe, a bit unsafe, or very unsafe? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@447

1.)

Avoiding some streets (OPLcAvod)

(@448

1.)

Q 37.4 Please try to remember the last time you went out after dark in your neighborhood for whatever reason. Did you stay away from certain streets or places for reasons of safety? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

Whether crime increased or not (OcrmInc)
Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable Q37.5 During 1997, did you think that crime in your neighborhood has increased, decreased or remained the same, compared to 1996? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@449

1.)

Section 38
Controlling crime (Psatis)
Q 38.1 Taking everything into account, how satisfied are you with the way in which the police in your neighborhood are controlling crime? Are you satisfied or dissatisfied? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@450

1.)

Police patrol (Pvisit)
Q 38.2 How often would you say a police officer passes by in your immediate neighborhood either by car or on foot? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@451

1.)

Nearest police station (Pstation)
Q 38.3 How far is your nearest police station? Valid range: 1-6 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@452

1.)

Crime prevention (PprevetC)
Q 38.4 Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in preventing crime from happening

(@453

1.)

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in the area where you live? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

Winning people’s confidence (Pcofdenc)
Q 38.5 Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in winning the confidence of people in the area where you live? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@454

1.)

Arresting criminals (Parrest)
Q 38.6 Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in arresting criminals in the area where you live? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@455

1.)

Feel safe (PfeelSaf)
Q 38.7 Since the April 1994 elections, do you think that the police have become more effective, the same or less effective in making you feel safe in the area where you live? Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@456

1.)

Section 39
Protection on the dwelling

Burglar bars (CBBars) Security gates (CSGates) A high wall (CHWall) Electrified/razor ffence (CEFence) Lock up gates (CEGates) Dogs (Cdog) Alarm (Calarm) Private security (CprivSec) Neighborhood watch scheme (CneibSch) Other (CmeasOth)
Q 39.1 Is your dwelling protected by any of the following? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@457 (@458 (@459 (@460 (@461 (@462 (@463 (@464 (@465 (@466

1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.) 1.)

Possession of firearms (Mfirearm)
Q 39.2 Do you or does anyone in your household own a firearm? Valid range: 1-3 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0 Space if not applicable

(@467

1.)

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Section 40
Any other crime (MoreCrim)
Q40.1 Are there any other crimes not yet mentioned that you or your household have been the victims of? Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@468

1.)

Description of the crime (Morcot)
Q 40.2 Could you please describe this crime to me. See code list

(@469

2.)

Whether the interview was in private (Rintpriv) Was the interview conducted in private?
Valid range: 1-2 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@471

1.)

Who was present (RintPres) If NO - Who was present?
Valid range: 1-4 (See questionnaire) Missing value 0

(@472

1.)

Duration of interview (RintTime)
How long did the interview take? …………………………minutes.

(@473

3.)

Age of respondent (Page ) This is the age of the person who answered the questions This implies the age of victims of individual crime Year of birth of respondent (PbirthYr)

(@476

2.)

(@478

4.)

Derived variables At least one household crime over 5 year period (crimeh) If a household experienced at least one household crime over the past 5 years it was coded as ‘Yes’ otherwise ‘No’ At least one household crime over 5 year period [excluding livestock theft] (crimeh) (@482 3.)

(@485

3.)

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At least one household crime in 1997 (crimeh97) If a household experienced at least one household crime In 1997 was coded as ‘Yes’ otherwise ‘No’ At least one household crime in 1997[excluding livestock theft] (HHWOLS97)

(@488

3.)

(@491 .

3.)

At least one individual crime over 5 year period (crimep) If an individual experienced at least one individual crime over the past 5 years it was coded as ‘Yes’ otherwise ‘No’ At least one individual crime in 1997 (crimep97) If an individual experienced at least one individual crime over In 1997 was coded as ‘Yes’ otherwise ‘No’

(@494

3.)

(@497

3.)

At least one non violent household crime over the past 5 years(NVH_LS) If a household experienced at least one non-violent household crime [excluding livestock theft ]over the past 5 years it was coded as ‘Yes’ otherwise ‘No’ At least one non violent household crime over the past 5 years [excluding livestock theft] (VNH) If a household experienced at least one non-violent household crime [excluding livestock theft ]over the past 5 years it was coded as ‘Yes’ otherwise ‘No’ At least one non violent household crime in 1997 (NVH_LS97)

(@500

3.)

(@503

3.)

(@506

3.)

At least one non violent household crime in 1997 [excluding livestock theft] (VNH) At least one non violent individual crime over the past 5 years (VNP) At least one non violent individual crime in 1997 (VNP97) At least one violent household crime over the past 5 years (VVH) At least one violent household crime in 1997 (VVH97) At least one violent individual crime over the past 5 years (VVP) At least one violent individual crime in 1997(VVP97)

(@509 (@512 (@515 (@518 (@521 (@524 (@527

3.) 3.) 3.) 3.) 3.) 3.) 3.)

Age group of respondent (Agegrp) 7 categories were derived 16-25, 26-35, 36-45, 46-55, 56-65, 65+ and unstated. Age of head of household (Page_HH) Year of birth of head of household (Pbrth_HH) Age group of head of household (Agegrp_H) 7 categories were derived 16-25, 26-35, 36-45, 46-55, 56-65, 65+ and unstated.

(@530

5.)

(@535 (@537 (@541

2.) 4.) 5.)

115

Type of settlement urban or rural (UR_RUR) Valid range 1-2 Missing value: 0 1=Urban 2=Rural

(@546

1.)

Weights
Individual weights (Newwgtp1) These weights should be applied only to individual crimes i.e. Assault, Corruption, Fraud, Robbery involving force, Sexual offences, Theft of personal property. (@547 17.9)

Household weights (HHwgt) These weights should be applied to only household crimes i.e Housebreaking, Attempted housebreaking, Theft of livestock Theft of vehicles, Hijacking, Theft of goods from vehicles Vehicle vandalism, Theft of motorcycles, Theft of bicycles, Deliberate damage to dwellings, Deliberate killing and other.

(@564

17.9)

Person file
This file contains information on gender, year of births and age of each members of the household. i.e. Question 1.9 District code (HHDistNo) EA number (HHEAno.) Visiting point number (HHVPNO) (HhHousNo) Person number (Rpersno) Gender of the person (Pgender)
Valid range 1-2 Mising value 0

(@1 (@4 (@8 (@10 (@11 (@13

3.) 4.) 2.) 1.) 2.) 1.)

Year of birth (PbirthYr)
Missing values

(@14 @18

4.) 2.)

Age (Page)
Missing value: The missing age can be derived from year of birth

Individual weights (Newwgtp1)

(@20 17.9)

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CODES FOR OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS
QUESTION 19.6: ACTION TO RESIST BURGLARY Code 0: Code 1: Code 2: Question not answered/misunderstood. Resisted by shooting. Resisted by shouting/screaming/threatening (verbal). Examples Include: They shouted at the offender. Threatened them. Screamed, the perpetrator ran away. Shouted at him. Resisted by fighting back. Examples include: They kicked the door. She threw a pan that she was carrying in her hand. Fought them out of the house. Fought back/Fought back with bare fists. Gave the burglar a fright and chased after them. Resisted by chasing after them. Examples include: Chased them and caught them in the yard. The offender ran away when seeing the respondent coming towards them. I rushed towards them. The perpetrators were caught and the police were called. They ran away before anyone could see them. Came out of the house and the burglars ran off. Resisted by calling for help. Examples include: Called to the neighbours for help. The neighbours came and slept in the yard with the police. Resisted by hiding in some way. Examples include: We locked ourselves in one room. Other

Code 3:

Code 4:

Code 5:

Code 6:

Code 7:

QUESTION 19.12: TYPES OF ITEMS STOLEN Code 00: Code 01: Question not answered. All items of clothing including shoes and bags, (except obvious luggage items) Examples include:
117

Bag/handbag/travelling bag. Sport shoes/running shoes Shoes Clothes/ clothes for children. Dresses skirt belt Pants Shirts leather jacket Tracksuits Code 02: Audio-visual equipment, appliances, accessories and musical instruments. Examples include: Radio cassettes/portable radio cassettes. Music centre Hi Fi system /Hi Fi set /stereo /radio Hi Fi CD player Video cassette recorder. Speaker Video cassettes tape cassettes Tape recorder CD’s Records Camera Radio/portable radio Television TV battery Guitar Electrical appliances, (all sizes). Examples include: Electrical appliances Iron Kettle Microwave oven Fridge Electrical appliances Sewing machine Vacuum cleaner Deep freezer Washing machine. Stove/two plate stove

Code 03:

Code 04: Crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Examples include: kitchen accessories/kitchen utensils Cutlery Dinner set Cups and saucers/mugs tea pot Spoons dishes
118

Casserole dishes Meat cutter Valuable plates Bottles Cold drink cases/crates Code 05: Furniture, carpets, rugs and accessories, (ornaments). Examples include: Ornaments Vase Table Coffee table Cupboard Chairs Sofas/couch Carpet Household furniture Linen, curtains, other soft furnishings, e.g. cushions. Examples include: Duvet set Curtains. Blankets bed spread Sheets/double bed sheets Bedding Table cloth Money/cash, credit cards, cheque books, safes.

Code 06:

Code 07:

Code 08:

Vehicle/motor bike/bicycle accessories and spares, including motorbikes, bicycles and tricycles. Examples include: Tyres Battery Old car engine Tricycle Miscellaneous household items relating to repair, DIY, power sources, tools. Examples include: Electrical generator/generator/Generator engine Welding machine Oxygen Acetylene welding. Paraffin Gas cylinder Bottle of gas Compressor Electric light Wire Axe Water paint
119

Code 09:

Step ladder Tools Bags of cement

Code 10:

Sporting equipment, camping equipment, leisure activity equipment and outdoor equipment. Jewellery, watches coins, clocks, books. All types of luggage and other travel goods. Examples include: Trunks Suitcases Parts of the house (dwelling), building material. Examples include: Door Door frames Steel door frames Window frame Corrugated iron Garden furniture, garden tools, garden maintenance equipment. Examples include: Wheelbarrow Lawn mower Chain saw Firearms, rifles. Personal items (excluding jewellery). Examples include: Toiletries Roll on Glasses Knob kierie Bus ticket Girdle machine Toys Pens Key system Other electrical goods (excluding appliances and audio-visual equipment). Examples include: Calculator Cell phone Computer

Code 11: Code 12:

Code 13:

Code 14:

Code 15: Code 16:

Code 17:

Code 18:

Food, groceries and beverages (excluding liquor). Examples include: Sugar Eggs
120

Stock in the tuck shop Cooking oil Code 19: Liquor/alcoholic drink, cigarettes. Examples include: Wine Beer Beer cans

Code 20: Other. QUESTION 23.7: ACTION TO RESIST HIJACKING Code 0: Code 1: Question not answered/not understood. Resisted by shooting the offender or trying to shoot.

Code 2:

Resisted by trying to make the car inoperable. Examples include: Threw the key in the veld. Would not hand over the keys. Resisted by driving off. Resisted by trying to stop the offender in some way (except by shooting). Examples include: The victim sprayed the offenders eyes with a spray gun. Fighting back. Resisted by calling for help. Examples include: Called the police Asked for help at nearby homes. Other

Code 3: Code 4:

Code 5:

Code 6:

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QUESTION 40.2: DESCRIPTION OF ANY OTHER TYPE OF CRIMES NOT MENTIONED. Code 00: Code 01: Crimes which should have been entered in the questionnaire. Drugs and drug related activity Examples include: Selling Dagga/Selling addictive stuff. The rape of someone else (someone else other than the respondent interviewed.) Vehicles crashing into dwelling/property, or other cause of damage to dwelling/property. Malicious damage to property and vandalism. Examples include: Children who are on the street at night - running down old buildings and tourist attractions. Juvenile delinquency and children involved in misbehaviour. Examples include: Children hurting and fighting each other with knives. Misunderstanding between an older and younger brother.

Code 02:

Code 03:

Code 04:

Code 05:

Code 06:

Someone else (other than respondent) was robbed/pick pocketed. Examples include: My daughter was robbed of her purse when she came from the bank. Gang activity. Examples include: My son has been beaten by gangs when he came from school. Phone harassment Loss of stock, e.g. deliberate killing of animals. Crime in the neighbourhood. Examples include: An unknown person shot someone dead outside the house. Shooting Someone other than the respondent was shot. Fraud. Examples include: Offered to buy fake or stolen jewellery in the street.

Code 07:

Code 08: Code 09: Code 10:

Code 11: Code 12:

Code 13:

Other.
122

123

1 11 111

LEGISLATORS, SENIOR OFFICIALS AND MANAGERS LEGISLATORS AND SENIOR OFFICIALS LEGISLATORS

1110
1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 1110 112

Legislators
Chancellor, government Chief whip Congressman Congresswoman Councilor, city Councilor, government Governor, commonwealth Governor, state Mayor Member, parliament Minister, government Minister, government, junior Official, legislative Parliamentarian President, government Prime minister Secretary, government, legislative Secretary, state Senator Speaker SENIOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

1120
1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120

Senior government officials
Administrator, city Administrator, government Administrator, intergovernmental organisation Ambassador Commissioner, civil service Commissioner, fire Commissioner, inland revenue
124

1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 113

Commissioner, police Consul-general Diplomatic representative, embassy Director-general, Government Administration-Regional Director-general, government department Director-general, intergovernmental organisation Governor, prison Head, chancery Head, government department High commissioner, government Inspector-general, police Paymaster-general, government Postmaster-general, government Registrar-general, government Representative, diplomatic Secretary, embassy Secretary, government, non-legislative Secretary-general, government administration Secretary-general, government administration, deputy Senior official, government Under-secretary, government TRADITIONAL CHIEFS AND HEADS OF VILLAGES

1130
1130 1130 114

Traditional chiefs and heads of villages
Chief, village Head, village SENIOR OFFICIALS OF SPECIAL-INTEREST ORGANISATIONS

1141
1141 1141 1141 1141 1141

Senior officials of political party organisations
Chairperson, political party Leader, political party President, political party Secretary-general, political party Senior official, political party

1142

Senior officials of employers', workers' and other economic-interest organisations
125

1142 1142 1142 1142 1142 1142 1142

Director-general, employers' organisation Leader, trade union President, employers' organisation Secretary-general, employers' organisation Secretary-general, trade union Senior official, employers' organisation Senior official, trade union

1143
1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 1143 119

Senior officials of humanitarian and other special-interest organisations
Secretary-general, environment protection organisation Secretary-general, human rights organisation Secretary-general, humanitarian organisation Secretary-general, Red Crescent organisation Secretary-general, Red Cross organisation Secretary-general, special-interest organisation Secretary-general, wildlife protection organisation Senior official, humanitarian organisation Senior official, special interest organisation LEGISLATORS AND SENIOR OFFICIALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

1190
12 121

Legislators and senior officials not elsewhere classified
CORPORATE MANAGERS DIRECTORS AND CHIEF EXECUTIVES

1210
1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210

Directors and chief executives
Director, school Chairperson, enterprise Chairperson, organisation Chancellor, university Chief executive, enterprise Chief executive, enterprise, agriculture Chief executive, enterprise, business services Chief executive, enterprise, cleaning Chief executive, enterprise, communications Chief executive, enterprise, construction Chief executive, enterprise, cultural activities
126

1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210

Chief executive, enterprise, education Chief executive, enterprise, fishing Chief executive, enterprise, forestry Chief executive, enterprise, health Chief executive, enterprise, hotel Chief executive, enterprise, hunting Chief executive, enterprise, manufacturing Chief executive, enterprise, personal care Chief executive, enterprise, recreation Chief executive, enterprise, restaurant Chief executive, enterprise, retail trade Chief executive, enterprise, social work Chief executive, enterprise, sporting activities Chief executive, enterprise, storage Chief executive, enterprise, transportation Chief executive, enterprise, travel agency Chief executive, enterprise, wholesale trade Chief executive, organisation Chief executive, organisation, cultural activities Chief executive, organisation, education Chief executive, organisation, extraterritorial organisations Chief executive, organisation, fishing Chief executive, organisation, forestry Chief executive, organisation, health Chief executive, organisation, public administration Chief executive, organisation, recreation Chief executive, organisation, social work Chief executive, organisation, sporting activities Assistant, Chief Executive Director-general, enterprise Director-general, enterprise, agriculture Director-general, enterprise, business services Director-general, enterprise, cleaning services Director-general, enterprise, communications Director-general, enterprise, construction
127

1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210

Director-general, enterprise, cultural activities Director-general, enterprise, education Director-general, enterprise, fishing Director-general, enterprise, forestry Director-general, enterprise, health Director-general, enterprise, hotel Director-general, enterprise, hunting Director-general, enterprise, manufacturing Director-general, enterprise, personal care Director-general, enterprise, recreation Director-general, enterprise, restaurant Director-general, enterprise, retail trade Director-general, enterprise, social work Director-general, enterprise, sporting activities Director-general, enterprise, storage Director-general, enterprise, transportation Director-general, enterprise, travel agency Director-general, enterprise, wholesale trade Director-general, organisation Director-general, organisation, cultural activities Director-general, organisation, education Director-general, organisation, extraterritorial organisations Director-general, organisation, fishing Director-general, organisation, forestry Director-general, organisation, health Director-general, organisation, public administration Director-general, organisation, recreation Director-general, organisation, social work Director-general, organisation, sporting activities Managing director, enterprise Managing director, enterprise, agriculture Managing director, enterprise, business services Managing director, enterprise, cleaning services Managing director, enterprise, communications Managing director, enterprise, construction
128

1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 1210 122

Managing director, enterprise, cultural activities Managing director, enterprise, education Managing director, enterprise, fishing Managing director, enterprise, forestry Managing director, enterprise, health Managing director, enterprise, hotel Managing director, enterprise, hunting Managing director, enterprise, manufacturing Managing director, enterprise, personal care Managing director, enterprise, recreation Managing director, enterprise, restaurant Managing director, enterprise, retail trade Managing director, enterprise, social work Managing director, enterprise, sporting activities Managing director, enterprise, storage Managing director, enterprise, transport Managing director, enterprise, travel agency Managing director, enterprise, wholesale trade Managing director, organisation Managing director, organisation, cultural activities Managing director, organisation, education Managing director, organisation, extraterritorial organisations Managing director, organisation, fishing Managing director, organisation, forestry Managing director, organisation, health Managing director, organisation, public administration Managing director, organisation, recreation Managing director, organisation, social work Managing director, organisation, sporting activities President, enterprise President, organisation Principal, college Principal, university PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGERS/DEPARTMENT MANAGERS

1221

Production and operations managers/department managers in agriculture,
129

hunting, forestry, fishing and mining
1221 1221 1221 1221 Department manager, production and operations, fishing Department manager, production and operations, forestry Department manager, production and operations, hunting Department manager, production and operations, agriculture

1222
1222

Production and operations managers/department managers in manufacturing
Department manager, production and operations, manufacturing

1223
1223

Production and operations managers/department managers in building and construction
Department manager, production and operations, construction

1224
1224 1224 1224 1224 1224

Production and operations managers/department managers in wholesale and retail trade
Department manager, production and operations, retail trade Department manager, production and operations, retail trade, store Department manager, production and operations, retail trade, supermarket Department manager, production and operations, wholesale trade Department manager, production and operations, wholesale trade, import

1225
1225 1225

Production and operations managers/department managers in hotels, restaurants and other catering and accommodation services
Department manager, production and operations, hotel Department manager, production and operations, restaurant

1226
1226 1226 1226 1226 1226 1226 1226 1226 1226

Production and operations managers/department managers in transport, storage and communications
Department manager, production and operations, communications Department manager, production and operations, communications, postal service Department manager, production and operations, communications, telecommunications service Department manager, production and operations, storage Department manager, production and operations, transport, freight traffic Department manager, production and operations, transport, passenger traffic Department manager, production and operations, transport, pipeline Department manager, production and operations, transport Master, railway station
130

1226 1226

Stationmaster, railway Postmaster

1227
1227

Production and operations managers/department managers in business services
Department manager, production and operations, business services

1228
1228 1228

Production and operations managers/department managers in personal care, cleaning and related services
Department manager, production and operations, cleaning Department manager, production and operations, personal care

1229
1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229 1229

Production and operations managers/department managers not elsewhere classified
Head teacher Principal, school Director, music Impressario Producer, stage Producer, theatre Producer, motion picture Producer, radio Producer, television Department manager, production and operations, stage Stage manager Headmaster/headmistress Dean Department manager, production and operations, cultural activities Department manager, production and operations, education Department manager, production and operations, extra-territorial organisations Department manager, production and operations, health Department manager, production and operations, public administration Department manager, production and operations, recreation Department manager, production and operations, social work Department manager, production and operations, sporting activities Department manager, production and operation wholesale trade (export) Department manager, production and operations, travel agency Head, college faculty
131

1229 123

Head, university faculty OTHER MANAGERS/DEPARTMENT MANAGERS

1231
1231 1231 1231 1231 1231 1231

Finance and administration managers/department managers
Company secretary Department manager, administrative Department manager, accounts Department manager, budget Department manager, finance Purser, ship

1232
1232 1232

Personnel and industrial relations managers/department managers
Department manager, industrial relations Department manager, personnel

1233
1233 1233 1233

Sales and marketing managers/department managers
Department manager, sales Department manager, marketing Department manager, sales promotion

1234
1234 1234

Advertising and public relations managers/department managers
Department manager, advertising Department manager, public relations

1235
1235 1235 1235 1235

Supply and distribution managers/department managers
Department manager, distribution Department manager, purchases Department manager, supplies Department manager, warehouse

1236
1236

Computing services managers/department managers
Department manager, computing services

1237
1237 123

Research and development managers/department managers
Department manager, research and development OTHER MANAGERS/DEPARTMENT MANAGERS NOT ELSEWHERE
132

CLASSIFIED

1239
129

Other managers/department managers not elsewhere classified
CORPORATE MANAGERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

1290
1290 13 131

Corporate managers not elsewhere classified
Corporate managers not elsewhere classified GENERAL MANAGERS GENERAL MANAGERS

1311
1311 1311 1311 1311

General managers in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
General manager, agriculture General manager, fishing General manager, forestry General manager, hunting

1312
1312

General managers in manufacturing
General manager, manufacturing

1313
1313

General managers in construction
General manager, construction

1314
1314 1314 1314 1314 1314 1314 1314 1314 1314 1314 1314

General managers in wholesale and retail trade
General manager, retail trade General manager, retail trade, chain store General manager, retail trade, discount store General manager, retail trade, mail-order store General manager, retail trade, shop General manager, retail trade, self-service store General manager, wholesale trade General manager, wholesale trade, export General manager, wholesale trade, import Merchant, wholesale trade Wholesaler

1314 1314

Merchant, retail trade Retailer
133

1314

Shopkeeper

1315
1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315

General managers of hotels, restaurants and other catering or accommodation services
General manager, motel General manager, restaurant General manager, boarding house General manager, café General manager, camping site General manager, canteen General manager, hostel General manager, refreshment-room General manager, hotel General manager, inn Innkeeper Restauranteur General manager, guest house Barkeeper General manager, snack bar General manager, caravan park General manager, lodging house General manager, self-service restaurant

1316
1316 1316 1316

General managers in transport, storage and communication
General manager, communications General manager, storage General manager, transport

1317
1317

General managers of business services
General manager, business services

1318
1318 1318

General managers in personal care, cleaning and related services
General manager, cleaning services General manager, personal care

139
1390 1390

GENERAL MANAGERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
General managers not elsewhere classified General manager, cultural activities
134

1390 1390 1390 1390 1390 1390 1390 150 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 2 21 211

General manager, education General manager, health General manager, recreation General manager, social work General manager, sporting activities General manager, travel agency Travel agent MANAGERS IN ARMED FORCES AND SIVIL SERVICE Director Chief Direktor General Brigadier Major General Lieutenant General Assistant Commissioner Provincial Commissioner Deputy Nasional Commissioner Nasional Commissioner PROFESSIONALS PHYSICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS PHYSICISTS, CHEMISTS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS

2111
2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111

Physicists and astronomers
Astronomer Physicist Aerodynamicist Ballistician Hydrodynamicist Physicist, ballistics Physicist, hydrodynamics Physicist, mechanics Physicist, rheology Rheologist Physicist, heat
135

2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111 2111

Physicist, thermodynamics Thermodynamicist Physicist, light Physicist, acoustics Physicist, optics Physicist, sound Physicist, electricity and magnetism Physicist, electronics Physicist, atomic Physicist, molecular Physicist, nuclear Physicist, reactor Physicist, solid-state Physicist, theoretical Astronomer, radio Astrophysicist Physicist, astronomy

2112
2112 2112 2112 2112 2112

Meteorologists
Climatologist Forecaster, weather Meteorologist Meteorologist, climatology Meteorologist, weather forecasting

2113
2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113

Chemists
Chemist Chemist, detergents Chemist, dye Chemist, food Chemist, leather Chemist, organic Chemist, paint Chemist, petroleum Chemist, plastics
136

2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113 2113

Chemist, polymer Chemist, rubber Chemist, textile Chemist, glass Chemist, inorganic Chemist, metallurgical Chemist, corrosion Chemist, crystallography Chemist, nuclear Chemist, physical Crystallographer Chemist, analytical Chemist, forensic Chemist, quality control Chemist, pharmaceutical Pharmacist, industrial

2114
2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114

Geologists and geophysicists
Geodesist Geomagnetician Geomorphologist Geophysicist Geophysicist, geomagnetics Geophysicist, geomorphology Geophysicist, glaciology Geophysicist, hydrology Geophysicist, oceanography Geophysicist, seismology Geophysicist, volcanology Glaciologist Hydrologist Mineralogist Oceanographer, geophysical Seismologist Volcanologist
137

2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 2114 212

Geologist Geologist, engineering Geologist, micropalaeontology Geologist, mining Geologist, oceanography Geologist, oil Geologist, palaeontology Geologist, petrology Geologist, stratigraphy Micropalaeontologist Oceanographer, geological Palaeontologist Petrologist Stratigrapher MATHEMATICIANS, STATISTICIANS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS

2121
2121 2121 2121 2121 2121

Mathematicians and related professionals
Mathematician, pure mathematics Mathematician, actuarial science Mathematician, applied mathematics Analyst, operations research Actuary

2122
2122 2122

Statisticians
Statistician Statistician, mathematical

2122 2122 2122 2122 2122 2122 2122 2122 2122

Biometrician Demographer Statistician, agricultural Statistician, applied statistics Statistician, biometrics Statistician, biostatistics Statistician, demography Statistician, economics Statistician, education
138

2122 2122 2122 2122 2122 2122 213

Statistician, engineering Statistician, finance Statistician, health Statistician, opinion-polling Statistician, physical sciences Statistician, survey COMPUTING PROFESSIONALS

2131
2131 2131 2131 2131 2131 2131 2131 2131 2131

Computer systems designers and analysts
Analyst, communications, computers Analyst, database, computers Designer, systems, computers Engineer, computer systems Engineer, software Engineer, systems, computers Software engineer Analyst, systems, computers Database administrator

2132
2132 2132 2132 2132

Computer programmers
Programmer Programmer, communications Programmer, database Programmer, technical

2139
2139 214

Computing professionals not elsewhere classified
Engineer, computer applications ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS

2141
2141 2141 2141 2141 2141 2141

Architects, town and traffic planners
Architect, building Architect, interior Planner, town Planner, urban Architect, landscape Engineer, traffic
139

2141

Planner, traffic

2142
2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142 2142

Civil engineers
Engineer, civil Engineer, building structure Engineer, civil, building construction Engineer, civil, building structures Engineer, civil , construction Engineer, civil, structural Engineer, civil, highway and street construction Engineer, civil, road construction Engineer, civil, aerodome construction Engineer, civil, railway construction Engineer, civil, bridge construction Engineer, civil, public health Engineer, civil, sanitary Engineer, sanitary Engineer, civil, hydraulic Engineer, civil, hydrology Engineer, civil, irrigation Engineer, hydraulics Engineer, irrigation Engineer, civil, soil mechanics Engineer, civil, chimney construction Engineer, civil, dock and harbour construction Engineer, civil, dredging Engineer, civil, tower construction Engineer, civil, tunnel construction Engineer, dredging Engineer, hydrology

2143
2143 2143 2143

Electrical engineers
Engineer, electrical Engineer, electrical, high voltage Engineer, electrical, electric power generation
140

2143 2143 2143 2143 2143 2143 2143

Engineer, electrical, electric power distribution Engineer, electrical, electric power transmission Engineer, transmission, electric power Engineer, electrical illumination Engineer, electrical systems Engineer, electrical, electric traction Engineer, electrical, electromechanical equipment

2144
2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144 2144

Electronics and telecommunications engineers
Engineer, electronics Engineer, telecommunications Engineer, telecommunications, telegraph Engineer, telecommunications, telephone Engineer, aerospace Engineer, electronics, computer hardware design Engineer, electronics, information engineering Engineer, electronics, instrumentation Engineer, electronics, semiconductors Engineer, telecommunications, aerospace Engineer, telecommunications, radar Engineer, telecommunications, radio Engineer, telecommunications, signal systems Engineer, telecommunications, television

2145
2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145

Mechanical engineers
Engineer, mechanical Engineer, mechanical, industrial machinery and tools Engineer, diesel Engineer, gas turbine Engineer, internal combustion engine Engineer, jet engine Engineer, locomotive engine Engineer, mechanical, diesel Engineer, mechanical, gas turbine Engineer, mechanical, motors and engines (except marine)
141

2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145 2145

Engineer, motor Engineer, marine Engineer, mechanical, motors and engines (marine) Architect, marine Architect, naval Engineer, mechanical, naval Engineer, mechanical, ship construction Engineer, naval Engineer, ship construction Designer, aircraft Engineer, aeronautical Engineer, mechanical, aeronautics Designer, motor car Engineer, automotive Engineer, mechanical, automotive Engineer, air-conditioning Engineer, mechanical, air-conditioning Engineer, mechanical, heating, ventilation and refrigeration Engineer, mechanical, refrigeration Engineer, mechanical, nuclear power Engineer, nuclear power Engineer, cryogenics Engineer, lubrication Engineer, mechanical, instruments Engineer, mechanical, agriculture

2146
2146 2146 2146 2146 2146

Chemical engineers
Engineer, chemical Engineer, chemical, petroleum and natural gas Engineer, petroleum Engineer, chemical process Engineer, natural gas production and distribution

2147
2147

Mining engineers, metallurgists and related professionals
Metallurgist, extractive
142

2147 2147 2147 2147 2147 2147 2147 2147 2147 2147

Assayer Metallurgist, assayer Metallurgist, foundry Metallurgist, physical Metallurgist, radioactive minerals Engineer, mining Engineer, mining, coal Engineer, mining, metal Engineer, mining, petroleum and natural gas Engineer, mining, diamonds

2148
2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148 2148

Cartographers and surveyers
Surveyor, cadastral Surveyor, geodesic Surveyor, land Surveyor, topographic Surveyor, mining Surveyor, hydrographic Photogrammetrist Surveyor, aerial Surveyor, photographic Cartographer Cartographer, marine Map-maker

2149
2149 2149 2149 2149 2149 2149 2149 2149 2149

Architects, engineers and related professionals not elsewhere classified
Analyst, communications (except computers) Designer, systems (except computers) Engineer, systems (except computers) Engineer, industrial efficiency Engineer, production Engineer, planning Engineer, time and motion study Engineer, work study Engineer, cost evaluation
143

2149 2149 2149 2149 2149 2149 215

Engineer, industrial Engineer, industrial layout Engineer, safety Engineer, robotics Surveyor, quantity Analyst, systems (except computers) PHYSICAL SCIENCES TECHNOLOGISTS

2159
2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159 2159

Physical sciences technologists
Technologist, building materials Technologist, fuel Technologist, leather Technologist, paper Technologist, plastics Technologist, rubber Technologist Technologist, textile Technologist, paint Technologist, brewing Technologist, cement Technologist, ceramics Technologist, chemical process Technologist, engineering, chemical Technologist, engineering, civil Technologist, engineering, electrical Technologist, engineering, electronics Technologist, engineering, mechanical Technologist, engineering, telecommunication Technologist, extractive Technologist, fibre Technologist, food and drink Technologist, glass Technologist, packaging Technologist, polymer Technologist, printing
144

2159 2159 2159 219

Technologist, tyre Technologist, welding Technologist, wood PHYSICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

2190
22 221

Physical, mathematical and engineering science professionals not elsewhere classified
LIFE SCIENCE AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS LIFE SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS

2211
2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211

Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals
Biologist Botanist Botanist, ecology Botanist, economics Botanist, histology Botanist, mycology Botanist, soil Botanist, taxonomy Ecologist, plant Histologist, plant Mycologist Taxonomist, plant Ecologist, animal Embryologist Entomologist Histologist, animal Ichthyologist Mammalogist Ornithologist Parasitologist Pisciculturist Taxonomist, animal Zoologist Zoologist, ecology Zoologist, embryology
145

2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211 2211

Zoologist, entomology Zoologist, histology Zoologist, ichthyology Zoologist, mammalogy Zoologist, ornithology Zoologist, parasitology Zoologist, pisciculture Zoologist, taxonomy Biologist, freshwater Biologist, marine Biologist, molecular Cytologist Ecologist Histologist Hydrobiologist Immunologist Taxonomist Bacteriologist Bacteriologist, agricultural Bacteriologist, dairy Bacteriologist, fishery Bacteriologist, food Bacteriologist, industrial Bacteriologist, medical Bacteriologist, pharmaceutical Bacteriologist, soil Bacteriologist, veterinary Microbiologist Virologist Cytologist, animal Cytologist, plant Engineer, genetics Geneticist Geneticist, animal Geneticist, plant
146

2212
2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212 2212

Pharmacologists, pathologists and related professionals
Anatomist Biochemist Endocrinologist Epidemiologist Physiologist Physiologist, animal Physiologist, endocrinology Physiologist, epidemiology Physiologist, neurology Physiologist, plant Histopathologist Neuropathologist Pathologist Pathologist, clinical Pathologist, forensic Pathologist, histopathology Pathologist, medical Pathologist, neuropathology Pathologist, surgical Pathologist, animal Pathologist, veterinary Pharmacologist Pharmacologist, toxicology Toxicologist Biophysicist Pathologist, plant

2213
2213 2213 2213 2213 2213 2213

Agronomists, food science and related professionals
Animal scientist Agricultural scientist Agronomist Crop research scientist Arboriculturist Floriculturist
147

2213 2213 2213 2213 2213 2213 222

Horticulturist Olericulturist Pomologist Forestry scientist Silviculturist Soil scientist HEALTH PROFESSIONALS (EXCEPT NURSING)

2221
2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221

Medical doctors
Doctor, medical, neurology Neurologist Doctor, medical Physician Surgeon Anaesthetist Cardiologist Dermatologist Doctor, medical, anaesthetics Doctor, medical, cardiology Doctor, medical, dermatology Doctor, medical, gynaecology Doctor, medical, obstetrics Doctor, medical, ophthalmology Doctor, medical, osteopathy Doctor, medical, otolaryngology Doctor, medical, pediatrics Doctor, medical, psychiatry Doctor, medical, radiology Gynaecologist Obstetrician Ophthalmologist Otolaryngologist Pediatrician Psychiatrist Radiologist
148

2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221 2221

Neurosurgeon Surgeon, cardiology Surgeon, cardiothoracic Surgeon, neurosurgery Surgeon, orthopaedic Surgeon, osteopathic Surgeon, plastic Surgeon, thoracic Biokineticist Urologist Consultant, medical insurance Doctor, medical, medical insurance consultancy Osteopath Medical Practitioner

2222
2222 2222 2222 2222 2222 2222 2222 2222 2222 2222 2222

Dentists
Dentist Dentist, oral surgery Dentist, orthodontistry Dentist, pedodontistry Dentist, periodontistry Dentist, prosthodontistry Orthodontist Pedodontist Periodontist Prosthodontist Surgeon, oral, dentistry

2223
2223 2223 2223 2223 2223

Veterinarians
Surgeon, veterinary Veterinarian Veterinarian, epidemiology Veterinarian, surgery Epidemiologist, veterinary

2224

Pharmacists
149

2224 2224 2224 2224 223

Druggist Pharmacist Pharmacist, hospital Pharmacist, retail NURSING AND MIDWIFERY PROFESSIONALS

2230
2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 2230 23 231

Nursing and midwifery professionals
Matron Nurse, professional Nurse, professional, charge Nurse, professional, clinic Nurse, professional, district Officer, principal nursing, professional Sister, nursing, professional Nurse, professional, anaesthetics Nurse, professional, maternity Nurse, professional, obstetrics Nurse, professional, orthopaedic Nurse, professional, pediatric Nurse, professional, psychiatric Health visitor Nurse, professional, industrial Nurse, professional, occupational health Nurse, professional, consultative Nurse, professional, school Midwife, professional Midwife, professional, district TEACHING PROFESSIONALS COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY AND HIGHER EDUCATION TEACHING PROFESSIONALS

2310
2310 2310 2310

College, university and higher education teaching professionals
Lecturer, college Lecturer, university Professor, college
150

2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310

Professor, university Reader, university Teacher, post-secondary education Teacher, post-secondary education, astronomy Teacher, post-secondary education, biochemistry Teacher, post-secondary education, chemistry Teacher, post-secondary education, geodesy Teacher, post-secondary education, geology Teacher, post-secondary education, geophysics Teacher, post-secondary education, mineralogy Teacher, post-secondary education, physical sciences Teacher, post-secondary education, physics Teacher, post-secondary education, architecture Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering, chemical Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering, civil Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering, electrical Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering, electronics Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering, mechanical Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering, telecommunications Teacher, post-secondary education, anatomy Teacher, post-secondary education, bacteriology Teacher, post-secondary education, biology Teacher, post-secondary education, botany Teacher, post-secondary education, dentistry Teacher, post-secondary education, entomology Teacher, post-secondary education, life sciences Teacher, post-secondary education, medical science Teacher, post-secondary education, medicine Teacher, post-secondary education, obstetrics Teacher, post-secondary education, pathology Teacher, post-secondary education, pharmacology Teacher, post-secondary education, public health Teacher, post-secondary education, veterinary science Teacher, post-secondary education, zoology
151

2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310

Teacher, post-secondary education, community development Teacher, post-secondary education, mathematics Teacher, post-secondary education, statistics Teacher, post-secondary education, accountancy Teacher, post-secondary education, business management Teacher, post-secondary education, commerce Teacher, post-secondary education, economics Teacher, post-secondary education, management Teacher, post-secondary education, law Teacher, post-secondary education, education Teacher, post-secondary education, pedagogy Teacher, post-secondary education, agricultural science Teacher, post-secondary education, agronomy Teacher, post-secondary education, animal husbandry Teacher, post-secondary education, fishery Teacher, post-secondary education, forestry Teacher, post-secondary education, horticulture Teacher, post-secondary education, husbandry Teacher, post-secondary education, silviculture Teacher, post-secondary education, anthropology Teacher, post-secondary education, archaeology Teacher, post-secondary education, demography Teacher, post-secondary education, geography Teacher, post-secondary education, government Teacher, post-secondary education, history Teacher, post-secondary education, international affairs Teacher, post-secondary education, numismatics Teacher, post-secondary education, palaeography Teacher, post-secondary education, philosophy Teacher, post-secondary education, political science Teacher, post-secondary education, prehistory Teacher, post-secondary education, psychology Teacher, post-secondary education, religion Teacher, post-secondary education, social science Teacher, post-secondary education, sociology
152

2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310

Teacher, post-secondary education, theology Teacher, post-secondary education, art criticism Teacher, post-secondary education, art history Teacher, post-secondary education, journalism Teacher, post-secondary education, languages Teacher, post-secondary education, linguistics Teacher, post-secondary education, literature Teacher, post-secondary education, philology Teacher, post-secondary education, chiropractic Teacher, post-secondary education, dietetics Teacher, post-secondary education, medical therapy Teacher, post-secondary education, nursing Teacher, post-secondary education, occupational therapy Teacher, post-secondary education, optometry Teacher, post-secondary education, osteopathy Teacher, post-secondary education, physiotherapy Teacher, post-secondary education, radiology Teacher, post-secondary education, construction technology Teacher, post-secondary education, engineering technology Teacher, post-secondary education, industrial arts Teacher, post-secondary education, industrial design Teacher, post-secondary education, industrial technology Teacher, post-secondary education, metallurgy Teacher, post-secondary education, mining technology Teacher, post-secondary education, textile technology Teacher, post-secondary education, advertising Teacher, post-secondary education, art Teacher, post-secondary education, computer science Teacher, post-secondary education, dancing Teacher, post-secondary education, drama Teacher, post-secondary education, family planning Teacher, post-secondary education, food technology Teacher, post-secondary education, forensic science Teacher, post-secondary education, home economics Teacher, post-secondary education, librarianship
153

2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 2310 232

Teacher, post-secondary education, marketing Teacher, post-secondary education, meteorology Teacher, post-secondary education, military science Teacher, post-secondary education, music Teacher, post-secondary education, navigation Teacher, post-secondary education, public administration Teacher, post-secondary education, sales methods Teacher, post-secondary education, sculpture Teacher, post-secondary education, telecommunications services Teacher, post-secondary education, trade unionism Teacher, post-secondary education, transport services Teacher, post-secondary, statistics SECONDARY EDUCATION TEACHING PROFESSIONALS

2320
2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320

Secondary education teaching professionals
Teacher, secondary education Teacher, secondary education, language Teacher, secondary education, languages and literature Teacher, secondary education, linguistics Teacher, secondary education, literature Teacher, secondary education, mathematics Teacher, secondary education, biology Teacher, secondary education, botany Teacher, secondary education, chemistry Teacher, secondary education, geology Teacher, secondary education, life sciences Teacher, secondary education, natural sciences Teacher, secondary education, physics Teacher, secondary education, zoology Teacher, secondary education, archaeology Teacher, secondary education, economics Teacher, secondary education, geography Teacher, secondary education, government Teacher, secondary education, history Teacher, secondary education, religion Teacher, secondary education, social studies
154

2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 2320 233

Teacher, secondary education, sociology Teacher, secondary education, art Teacher, secondary education, art history Teacher, secondary education, dancing Teacher, secondary education, drama Teacher, secondary education, fine arts Teacher, secondary education, music Teacher, secondary education, sculpture Teacher, secondary education, commercial and secretarial Teacher, secondary education, commercial subjects Teacher, secondary education, secretarial subjects Teacher, secondary education, typing Teacher, secondary education, agricultural science Teacher, secondary education, domestic science Teacher, secondary education, nursing Teacher, secondary education, bricklaying Teacher, secondary education, computer science Teacher, secondary education, engineering Teacher, secondary education, handicrafts and crafts Teacher, secondary education, metalwork Teacher, secondary education, photography Teacher, secondary education, printing Teacher, secondary education, stonemasonry Teacher, secondary education, technical drawing Teacher, secondary education, technical education Teacher, secondary education, vocational training Teacher, secondary education, woodwork Teacher, secondary education, adult literacy Teacher, secondary education, pedagogy Teacher, secondary education, philosophy Teacher, secondary education, physical education PRIMARY AND PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHING PROFESSIONALS

2331
2331 2331

Primary education teaching professionals
Teacher, primary education, professional Teacher, primary education, reading, professional
155

2331

Teacher, primary education, writing, professional

2332
2332 2332 2332 234

Pre-primary education teaching professionals
Teacher, nursery, professional Teacher, pre-primary education, professional Teacher, kindergarten, professional SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHING PROFESSIONALS

2340
2340 2340 2340 2340 2340 2340 2340 235

Special education teaching professionals
Teacher, special education, for the blind, professional Teacher, special education, for the deaf, professional Teacher, special education, for the mentally handicapped, professional Teacher, remedial, professional Teacher, special education, for the dumb, professional Teacher, special education, for the physically handicapped, professional Teacher, special education, remedial (professional) OTHER TEACHING PROFESSIONALS

2351
2351 2351 2351 2351 2351 2351 2351 2351

Education methods specialists
Adviser, education Adviser, education methods Adviser, teaching methods Curricula developer Specialist, audio-visual and other teaching aids Specialist, audio-visual teaching aids Specialist, teaching aids Specialist, visual teaching aids

2352
2352 239

School inspectors
Inspector, school OTHER EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

2390
24 241

Teaching not elsewhere classified
OTHER PROFESSIONALS BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS
156

2411
2411 2411 2411 2411 2411 2411 2411 2411

Accountants
Accountant Accountant, auditing Accountant, chartered Accountant, company Accountant, cost Accountant, municipal Accountant, public Auditor

2412
2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412 2412

Personnel and careers professionals
Conciliator, labour-management relations Interviewer, employment Officer, industrial relations Officer, personnel Officer, staff training Adviser, careers Counsellor, employment Counsellor, vocational guidance Officer, occupational guidance Student counsellor, vocational Analyst, job Analyst, occupational Officer, personnel safety Specialist, personnel

2419
2419 2419 2419 2419 2419 2419 2419 2419 2419

Business professionals not elsewhere classified
Specialist, business efficiency Engineer, methods Specialist, sales promotion methods Analyst, market research Officer, press liaison Officer, public information Officer, public relations Publicity agent Patent agent
157

2419 2419 242

Home economist Account executive, advertising LEGAL PROFESSIONALS

2421
2421 2421 2421 2421 2421 2421 2421 2421 2421 2421

Lawyers, attorneys and related occupations
Advocate Attorney Barrister Lawyer Lawyer, civil Lawyer, conveyancing Lawyer, criminal Lawyer, litigation Prosecutor Solicitor

2422
2422 2422 2422 2422 2422 2422 2422 2422 2422 2422 2422

Chief judge
Judge Judge, appeal court Judge, arbitration court Judge, circuit court Judge, district court Judge, high court Judge, probate Judge, puisne Judge, supreme court Judge, assize Magistrate

2429
2429 2429 2429 2429 2429 2429

Legal professionals not elsewhere classified
Adviser, legal Appeals referee, social security claims Drafter, parliamentary Jurist, except attorney or judge Notary Attorney, insurance claims
158

2429 243

Coroner ARCHIVISTS, LIBRARIANS AND RELATED INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS

2431
2431 2431 2431

Archivists and curators
Archivist Curator, art gallery Curator, museum

2432
2432 2432 2432 2432 244

Librarians and related information professionals
Librarian Documentalist Information scientist, business services Information scientist, technical information SOCIAL SCIENCE AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS

2441
2441 2441 2441 2441 2441 2441 2441 2441 2441 2441

Economists
Econometrician Economist Economist, econometrics Economist, agricultural Economist, analyst, finance Economist, international trade Economist, labour Economist, price Economist, taxation Economist, finance

2442
2442 2442 2442 2442 2442 2442 2442 2442 2442

Sociologists, anthropologists and related professionals
Criminologist Penologist Social pathologist Sociologist Sociologist, criminology Sociologist, industrial Sociologist, penology Sociologist, social pathology Anthropologist
159

2442 2442 2442 2442 2442 2442

Archaeologists Ethnologist Geographer Geographer, economic Geographer, physical Geographer, political

2443
2443 2443 2443 2443 2443 2443 2443 2443

Philosophers, historians and political scientists
Historian Historian, economic Historian, political Historian, social Philosopher Philosopher, political Political scientist Genealogist

2444
2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444 2444

Philologists, translators and interpreters
Etymologist Graphologist Lexicographer Linguist Morphologist Philologist Philologist, etymology Philologist, graphology Philologist, lexicography Philologist, linguistics Philologist, morphology Philologist, phonology Philologist, semantics Phonologist Semasiologist Translator Interpreter

160

2445
2445 2445 2445 2445 2445 2445 2445 2445

Psychologists
Psychologist Psychologist, clinical Psychologist, educational Psychologist, experimental Psychologist, research Psychologist, industrial Psychologist, occupational Psychologist, social

2446
2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446 2446

Social work professionals
Social worker, professional Social worker, professional, enterprise Almoner, professional Caseworker, professional Caseworker, professional, child welfare Caseworker, professional, family welfare Caseworker, professional, social welfare Housefather, professional Housemother, professional Social worker, professional, medical Welfare worker, professional Welfare worker, professional, moral welfare Welfare worker, professional, prison Social worker, professional, community centre Social worker, professional, cultural centre Warden, community centre, professional Housemaster, professional, approved school Parole officer, professional Probation officer, professional Social worker, professional, delinquency Social worker, professional, probation Warden, probation home, professional Social worker, professional, psychiatric Welfare worker, professional, mental health Social worker, professional, family planning
161

2446 2446 2446

Social worker, professional, home-help service Welfare worker, professional, the deaf Welfare worker, professional, the physically handicapped

2449
2449 245

Social science and related professionals not elsewhere classified
Social science and related professionals not elsewhere classified WRITERS AND CREATIVE OR PERFORMING ARTISTS

2451
2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451

Authors, journalists and other writers
Author Biographer Dramatist Essayist Novelist Playwright Poet Writer Writer, short story Critic Critic, art Critic, book Critic, drama Critic, film Critic, literary Critic, music Critic, radio Critic, television Columnist Correspondent, media Journalist Journalist, media Writer, feature Editor, newspapers Editor, periodicals Editor, press Editor-in-chief
162

2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451 2451

Editor-in-chief, newspapers Editor-in-chief, periodicals Editor, city Editor, fashion Editor, features Editor, financial Editor, foreign Editor, sports Sub-editor, newspaper Sub-editor, periodicals Reporter, journalism, media Reporter, journalism, media, crime Reporter, journalism, media, fashion Reporter, journalism, media, newspapers Reporter, journalism, media, sports Commentator, news Editor, continuity Editor, script Editor Editor, books Editor, copy Editor, proofreading Copywriter, advertising Copywriter, publicity Writer, public information Writer, publicity Copywriter, technical Writer, handbook Writer, technical Commentator, extempore Commentator, sports Writer, continuity Writer, drama Writer, lyric Writer, scenario
163

2451 2451 2451

Writer, script Writer, song Proofreader

2452
2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452 2452

Sculptors, painters and related artists
Modeller, sculpture Sculptor Artist, landscape Artist, paintings Painter, portrait Caricaturist Cartoonist Cartoonist, motion picture Engraver-etcher, artistic Restorer, picture Artist, creative Artist, painter Painter, miniatures Artist, commercial Artist, graphic Artist, poster Artist, fashion creation

2453
2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453

Composers, musicians and singers
Composer, music Musicologist Arranger, music Orchestrator Transcriber, music Conductor, orchestra Bassoonist Cellist Clarinettist Drummer Guitarist Harpist
164

2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453 2453

Instrumentalist Musician, instrumental Oboist Organist Percussionist Pianist Saxophonist Sitar player Trombonist Trumpeter Violinist Baritone Contralto Mezzo-soprano Singer, bass Singer, choir Singer, concert Singer, jazz Singer, opera Singer, popular music Soprano Tenor Choirmaster Chorus master Conductor, vocal group

2454
2454 2454 2454 2454 2454

Choreographers and dancers
Arranger, ballet Choreographer Ballerina Dancer, ballet Dancer, ballroom

2455
2455 2455

Film, stage and related actors and directors
Actor Actor, character
165

2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 2455 246

Actor, comic Actor, dramatic Actor, film Director, stage Director, theatrical Director, motion picture Director, radio Director, television Storyteller Storyteller, radio or television Impersonator RELIGIOUS PROFESSIONALS

2460
2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 249

Religious professionals
Archbishop Bishop Bonze Chaplain Curate Imam Minister, religion Monk, professional Nun, professional Pastor Poojari Priest Rabbi Rector, religion Talapoin Vicar Missionary Theologian Other professionals not elsewhere classified

2490
3

Other professionals not elsewhere classified
TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS
166

31 311

NATURAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS NATURAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE TECHNICIANS

3111
3111 3111 3111 3111 3111 3111 3111

Natural science technicians
Technician, chemistry Technician, physics Technician, astronomy Technician, geology Technician, geophysics Technician, meteorology Technician, oceanography

3112
3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112 3112

Civil engineering technicians
Technician, engineering, civil Estimator, engineering, civil Technician, surveying Clerk of works Technician, engineering, civil, construction Technician, engineering, civil, dredging Technician, engineering, civil, hydraulics Technician, engineering, civil, hydrology Technician, engineering, civil, irrigation Technician, engineering, civil, public health Technician, engineering, civil, sanitary Technician, engineering, civil, soil mechanics Technician, engineering, civil, structural

3113
3113 3113 3113 3113 3113 3113 3113 3113

Electrical engineering technicians
Technician, engineering, electrical Technician, engineering, electrical, high voltage Estimator, engineering, electrical Technician, engineering, electrical, electric power distribution Technician, engineering, electrical, electric power transmission Technician, engineering, electrical, electric traction Technician, engineering, electrical systems Technician, engineering, electrical, electric illumination
167

3114
3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114 3114

Electronics and telecommunications engineering technicians
Technician, engineering, electronics Technician, engineering, telecommunications Estimator, engineering, electronics Technician, engineering, aerospace Technician, engineering, electronics, computer hardware design Technician, engineering, electronics, information engineering Technician, engineering, electronics, instrumentation Technician, engineering, electronics, semiconductors Technician, engineering, telecommunications, aerospace Technician, engineering, telecommunications, radar Technician, engineering, telecommunications, radio Technician, engineering, telecommunications, signal systems Technician, engineering, telecommunications, telegraph Technician, engineering, telecommunications, telephone Technician, engineering, telecommunications, television

3115
3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115

Mechanical engineering technicians
Technician, engineering, mechanical, diesel Technician, engineering, mechanical, gas turbine Technician, engineering, mechanical, internal combustion Technician, engineering, mechanical, jet engine Technician, engineering, mechanical, locomotive engine Technician, engineering, mechanical, motor Technician, engineering, motor and engine Technician, engineering, mechanical, aeronautics Technician, engineering, mechanical, air-conditioning Technician, engineering, mechanical, heating, ventilation and refrigeration Technician, engineering, mechanical, refrigeration Estimator, engineering, mechanical Surveyor, marine Technician, engineering, mechanical, agriculture Technician, engineering, mechanical, automotive Technician, engineering, mechanical, instruments Technician, engineering, mechanical, lubrication
168

3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115 3115

Technician, engineering, mechanical, marine Technician, engineering, mechanical, naval Technician, engineering, mechanical, nuclear power Technician, engineering, mechanical, ship construction Technician, engineering, naval Technician, engineering, nuclear power Dockmaster, dry dock Dockmaster, graving dock Technician, engineering, aeronautics Technician, engineering, marine Technician, engineering, mechanical Technician, engineering, mechanical, industrial machinery and tools Technician, engineering, naval

3116
3116 3116 3116 3116 3116

Chemical engineering technicians
Technician, engineering, petroleum Estimator, engineering, chemical Technician, engineering, chemical Technician, engineering, chemical process Technician, engineering, natural gas production and distribution

3117
3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117 3117

Mining and metallurgical technicians
Technician, metallurgy, extractive Technician, metallurgy, foundry Technician, metallurgy, physical Technician, metallurgy, assaying Technician, metallurgy, radioactive minerals Technician, engineering, mining Technician, engineering, mining, petroleum and natural gas Technician, engineering, mining, coal Technician, engineering, mining, diamonds Technician, engineering, mining, metal Cementer, oil and gas wells Acidiser, oil and gas wells Treater, well acidising Shooter, oil and gas wells
169

3118
3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118 3118

Draughtspersons
Draughtsperson Draughtsperson, engineering Draughtsperson, die Draughtsperson, engineering, aeronautical Draughtsperson, engineering, marine Draughtsperson, engineering, mechanical Draughtsperson, jig and tool Draughtsperson, engineering, electrical Draughtsperson, engineering, electronics Draughtsperson, engineering, civil Draughtsperson, engineering, structural Draughtsperson, architectural Draughtsperson, cartographical Draughtsperson, technical Illustrator, engineering Illustrator, technical Draughtsperson, lithographic Draughtsperson, engineering, heating and ventilation systems Draughtsperson, geological Draughtsperson, topographical

3119
3119 3119 3119 3119 3119 3119 3119 3119 3119 3119 3119

Physical and engineering science technicians not elsewhere classified
Technician, engineering, industrial layout Technician, engineering, methods Technician, engineering, planning Technician, engineering, production Technician, engineering, industrial efficiency Technician, engineering, time and motion study Technician, engineering, work study Technician, engineering, safety Technician, engineering, systems (except computers) Technician, engineering, value Technician, quantity surveying

170

312

COMPUTER ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3121
3121 3121 3121 3121 3121 3121 3121 3121 3121

Computer assistants
Assistant, computer, communications Assistant, computer, database analysis Assistant, computer, engineering Assistant, computer, programming Assistant, computer, systems analysis Assistant, computer, systems design Assistant, computer, user services Technician, computer Technician, engineering, systems, computers

3122
3122 3122 3122

Computer equipment operators
Operator, computer peripheral equipment Operator, computer peripheral equipment, console Operator, computer peripheral equipment, high-speed printer

3123
3123 3123 313

Industrial robot controllers
Technician, robot Controller, robot OPTICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

3131
3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131

Photographers and image and sound recording equipment operators
Photographer Photographer, portrait Photographer, advertising Photographer, commercial Photographer, fashion Photographer, industrial Photographer, news Photographer, press Assistant, motion picture Cameraman, motion picture Camerawoman, motion picture Cinematographer Operator, camera, cinematography
171

3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131 3131

Operator, camera, motion picture Operator, camera, television Microphotographer Photographer, aerial Photographer, architecture Photographer, commercial illustration Photographer, medical Photographer, microphotography Photographer, police Photographer, scientific Operator, audio equipment, radio Operator, audio equipment, television Operator, recording equipment, video Operator, studio equipment, radio Operator, studio equipment, television Operator, recording equipment, discs Operator, recording equipment, sound Operator, recording equipment, tape Operator, recording equipment, wire Technician, sound, studio, radio Technician, sound, studio, television Operator, microphone Editor, sound, motion picture Operator, dubbing equipment Operator, recording equipment, sound mixing Sound mixer Technician, sound-effects Technician, sound-testing

3132
3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132

Broadcasting and telecommunications equipment operators
Operator, telecommunications equipment Operator, radio equipment, land-based Operator, morse code Operator, telegraphic equipment Telegrapher Officer, ship, radio
172

3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132 3132

Operator, radio equipment, sea-based Operator, radio equipment, flight Operator, transmitting equipment, radio Operator, transmitting equipment, television Operator, broadcasting equipment, radio Operator, broadcasting equipment, telecine Operator, broadcasting equipment, television Operator, broadcasting equipment, video Operator, control-room equipment, radio Operator, control-room equipment, television Operator, broadcasting equipment, field Operator, public address equipment Projectionist, cinema

3133
3133 3133 3133 3133 3133 3133 3133

Medical equipment operators
Operator, medical radiography equipment Operator, medical X-ray equipment Operator, scanning equipment Operator, audiometric equipment Operator, electrocardiograph equipment Operator, electroencephalograph equipment Operator, scanning equipment, optical

3139
314

Optical and electronic equipment operators not elsewhere classified
SHIP AND AIRCRAFT CONTROLLERS AND TECHNICIANS

3141
3141 3141 3141 3141 3141 3141 3141

Ships' engineers
Chief engineer, ship Engineer, ship Engineer, ship, first Engineer, ship, second Engineer, ship, third Engineer, ship, fourth Superintendent, marine, technical

3142
3142

Ships' deck officers and pilots
Captain, ship/sea
173

3142 3142 3142 3142 3142 3142 3142 3142 3142 3142 3142

Master, ship, sea Captain, ship, inland waterways Master, ship, inland waterways Officer, ship, deck Officer, ship, navigation Shipmate Pilot, ship Captain, port Superintendent, marine, deck Pilot, hovercraft Skipper, yacht

3143
3143 3143 3143 3143 3143 3143 3143 3143

Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals
Captain, aircraft Pilot, helicopter Pilot, seaplane Pilot, aircraft Pilot, test Test pilot, aircraft Navigator, flight Engineer, flight

3144
3144 3144

Air traffic controllers
Controller, air traffic Operator, air traffic control equipment

3145
3145

Air traffic safety technicians
Technician, air traffic safety

3149
315

Ship and aircraft controllers and technicians not elsewhere classified
SAFETY AND QUALITY INSPECTORS

3151
3151 3151 3151 3151

Building and fire inspectors
Inspector, fire Specialist, fire prevention Fire investigator Inspector, building
174

3152
3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 3152 319

Safety, health and quality inspectors
Inspector, safety and health, child care Inspector, occupational safety Inspector, safety and health Inspector, safety and health, consumer protection Inspector, safety and health, electricity Inspector, safety and health, establishments Inspector, safety and health, factories Inspector, safety and health, industrial waste-processing Inspector, safety and health, labour Inspector, safety and health, pollution Inspector, safety and health, working conditions Inspector, safety and health, shops Inspector, safety and health, vehicles Examiner, cloth Examiner, fabrics Inspector, quality, fabrics Inspector, quality, mechanical products Inspector, quality, electrical products Inspector, quality, electronic products Quality inspector, electrical products Quality inspector, electronic products Quality inspector, mechanical products Inspector, product safety Inspector, quality Inspector, quality, industrial processes Inspector, quality, products Inspector, quality, services Inspector, vehicles, technical standards inspection Quality inspector Quality inspector, processes Quality inspector, products Quality inspector, services PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCE ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS
175

NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

3190
32 321

Physical and engineering science associate professionals not elsewhere classified
LIFE SCIENCE AND HEALTH ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS LIFE SCIENCE TECHNICIANS AND RELATED ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3211
3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211 3211

Life science technicians
Technician, anatomy Technician, bacteriology Technician, biochemistry Technician, biology Technician, biophysics Technician, botany Technician, ecology Technician, genetics Technician, pathology Technician, pharmacology Technician, zoology Technician, blood-bank Technician, cytology Technician, haematology Technician, histology Technician, medical science Technician, serology Technician, tissue Taxidermist Technician, physiology Xylogogist

3212
3212 3212 3212 3212 3212 3212

Agronomy and forestry technicians
Technician, agronomy Technician, arboriculture Technician, crop research Technician, floriculture Technician, forestry Technician, horticulture
176

3212 3212 3212 3212

Technician, olericulture Technician, pomology Technician, silviculture Technician, soil science

3213
3213 3213 3213 3213 322

Farming and forestry advisers/consultants
Adviser, agricultural Adviser, farming Adviser, forestry Farming demonstrator MODERN HEALTH ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3221
3221 3221

Medical assistants
Assistant, medical Assistant, medical, family planning

3222
3222 3222

Sanitarians
Inspector, sanitary Sanitarian

3223
3223 3223 3223 3223

Dieticians and nutritionists
Dietician Dietician, therapeutic Nutritionist Consultant, dietetic, food processing

3224
3224 3224 3224 3224

Optometrists and opticians
Optician, ophthalmic Optometrist Orthoptist Optician, dispensing

3225
3225 3225 3225 3225

Dental assistants
Assistant, dental Auxiliary, dental Assistant, dental, school service Hygienist, dental
177

3225 3225

Hygienist, oral Prophylactician

3226
3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226 3226

Physiotherapists and related associate professionals
Electrotherapist Physiotherapist Therapist, physical Therapist, recreational Gymnast, remedial Masseur Masseuse Osteopath, lay Chiropractor Fitter, artificial limb Technician, orthopaedic Technician, prosthetic Podiatrist

3227
3227 3227 3227

Veterinary assistants
Assistant, veterinary Assistant, veterinary, artificial insemination Vaccinator, veterinary

3228
3228

Pharmaceutical assistants
Assistant, pharmaceutical

3229
3229 3229 3229 3229 3229 3229 3229 3229 323

Modern health associate professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified
Homeopath Orthoepist Orthophonist Practitioner, homeopathic Therapist, occupational Therapist, orientation of the blind Therapist, speech Modern health services professions (except nursing) not elsewhere classified NURSING AND MIDWIFERY ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS
178

3231
3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231 3231

Nursing associate professionals
Nurse, associate professional, charge Nurse, associate professional, clinic Nurse, associate professional, district Officer, principal nursing, associate professional Sister, nursing, associate professional Nurse, associate professional, anaesthetics Nurse, associate professional, maternity Nurse, associate professional, obstetrics Nurse, associate professional, orthopaedic Nurse, associate professional, pediatric Nurse, associate professional, psychiatric Nurse, associate professional, industrial Nurse, associate professional, occupational health Nurse, associate professional, consultant Nurse, associate professional, school

3232
3232 3232 324

Midwifery associate professionals
Midwife, associate professional, district Midwife, associate professional TRADITIONAL MEDICINE PRACTITIONERS AND FAITH HEALERS

3241
3241 3241 3241 3241

Traditional medicine practitioners
Healer, drugless treatment Healer, herbal Healer, village Naturopath

3242
3242 3242

Faith healers
Faith healer Healer, faith

3243
3243 3243 329

Informal faith healers
Sangoma, inyanga Muti-seller LIFE SCIENCE AND HEALTH ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
179

3291
33 331

Life science and health associate professionals not elsewhere classified
TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3310
3310 3310 3310 332

Primary education teaching associate professionals
Teacher, primary education, associate professional Teacher, primary education, reading, associate professional Teacher, primary education, writing, associate professional PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3320
3320 3320 3320 333

Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals
Teacher, nursery, associate professional Teacher, pre-primary education, associate professional Teacher, kindergarten, associate professional SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3330
3330 3330 3330 3330 3330 3330 3330 334

Special education teaching associate professionals
Teacher, special education, for the blind, associate professional Teacher, special education, for the deaf, associate professional Teacher, special education, for the mentally handicapped, associate professional Teacher, remedial, associate professional Teacher, special education, for the dumb, associate professional Teacher, special education, for the physically handicapped, associate professional Teacher, special education, remedial, associate professional OTHER TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3340
3340 3340 3340 3340 3340 339

Other teaching associate professionals
Instructor, flying Pilot, check Instructor, sailing Instructor, driving Driving school TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

3391

Teaching associate professionals not elsewhere classified

180

34 341

OTHER ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS FINANCE AND SALES ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3411
3411 3411 3411 3411 3411 3411 3411 3411 3411

Securities and finance dealers and brokers
Broker, foreign exchange Broker, investment Broker, securities Broker, stocks and shares Salesperson, bond Salesperson, securities Sharebroker Stockbroker Jobber, stock

3412
3412 3412 3412 3412 3412 3412

Insurance representatives
Underwriter Underwriter, insurance Agent, insurance Broker, insurance Insurance broker Agent, group insurance

3413
3413 3413 3413 3413 3413 3413

Estate agents
Agent, estate Agent, house Agent, property Realtor Salesperson, property Salesperson, real-estate

3414
3414 3414

Travel consultants and organisers
Consultant, travel Organiser, travel

3415
3415

Technical and commercial sales representatives
Agent, sales, engineering
181

3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415 3415

Agent, sales, technical Representative, sales, engineering Representative, sales, technical Salesperson, engineering Salesperson, technical Adviser, after-sales service Agent, sales, commercial Canvasser Commercial traveller Representative, sales, commercial Salesperson, commercial Salesperson, travelling Agent, sales, manufacturing Representative, sales, manufacturing Salesperson, manufacturing

3416
3416 3416 3416 3416 3416 3416 3416 3416 3416 3416

Buyers
Buyer Buyer, merchandise, retail trade Buyer, merchandise, wholesale trade Purchaser, merchandise Purchaser, merchandise, retail trade Purchaser, merchandise, wholesale trade Agent, procurement Agent, purchasing Buyer, supplies Commodity speculator, informal

3417
3417 3417 3417 3417 3417 3417 3417

Appraisers, valuers and auctioneers
Auctioneer Adjuster, claims Adjuster, claims, insurance Appraiser Assessor, claims Assessor, insurance Assessor, loss
182

3417 3417 3417

Inspector, claims Inspector, insurance claims Valuer

3418 3419
342

Stokvel operator Finance and sales associate professionals not elsewhere classified
BUSINESS SERVICES AGENTS AND TRADE BROKERS

3421
3421 3421 3421

Trade brokers
Broker, commodity Broker, shipping Broker, trade

3422
3422 3422 3422

Clearing and forwarding agents
Agent, clearing Agent, forwarding Agent, shipping

3423
3423 3423 3423 3423 3423

Employment agents and labour contractors
Agent, employment Contractor, labour Officer, job placement Officer, youth employment Youth employment officer

3429
3429 3429 3429 3429 3429 3429 3429 3429 3429 3429

Business services agents and trade brokers not elsewhere classified
Agent, literary Agent, musical performance Agent, sports Agent, theatrical Promoter, sports Representative, business services Representative, business services, advertising space Salesperson, business services Representative, business services, advertising Salesperson, business services, advertising
183

3429 343

Salesperson, business services, advertising space ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3431
3431 3431 3431 3431 3431 3431

Administrative secretaries and related associate professionals
Administrative secretary Secretary, administrative Reporter, administrative, verbatim Verbatim reporter Assistant, correspondence Reporter, administrative, court

3432
3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432 3432

Legal and related business associate professionals
Assistant, barrister's Assistant, legal Assistant, solicitor's Clerk, conveyancing Clerk, court Clerk, judge's Clerk, law Clerk, probate Assistant, broker Assistant, insurance, adjustment Assistant, insurance, claims Assistant, insurance, policy Clerk, insurance Assistant, bank Bailiff

3433
3433 3433

Bookkeepers
Bookkeeper Bookkeeper, ledger

3434
3434 3434 3434 3434

Statistical, mathematical and related associate professionals
Assistant, accounting Assistant, actuarial Assistant, mathematical Assistant, statistical
184

3439
3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 3439 344

Administrative associate professionals not elsewhere classified
Consul Courier, diplomatic Executive secretary, committee Executive secretary, consular office Executive secretary, government administration Executive secretary, non-government administration Official, consular Secretary, executive, committee Secretary, executive, consular office Secretary, executive, government administration Secretary, executive, non-government administration CUSTOMS, TAX AND RELATED GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3441
3441 3441 3441

Customs and border inspectors
Inspector, border Inspector, customs Officer, passport checking

3442
3442 3442 3442

Government tax and excise officials
Inspector, tax Officer, excise Officer, tax

3443
3443 3443 3443 3443

Government social benefits officials
Inspector, pensions Officer, pensions Officer, social benefits Officer, social security claims

3444
3444 3444 3444 3444

Government licensing officials
Inspector, licensing Officer, immigration Officer, licensing Officer, passport issuing

185

3449
3449 3449 3449 3449 3449 3449 3449 3449 3449 345

Customs, tax and related government associate professionals not elsewhere classified
Censor, government administration Inspector, civil service Inspector, government administration Inspector, price Inspector, wage Inspector, weights and measures Officer, civil defence Officer, civil service commission Officer, electoral POLICE INSPECTORS AND DETECTIVES

3450
3450 3450 3450 3450 3450 3450 346

Police inspectors and detectives
Agent, inquiry, police Detective Inspector, police Detective, store Private detective Private investigator SOCIAL WORK ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3460
3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460

Social work associate professionals
Social worker, associate professional Social worker, associate professional, enterprise Almoner, associate professional Caseworker, associate professional Caseworker, associate professional, child welfare Caseworker, associate professional, family welfare Caseworker, associate professional, social welfare Housefather, associate professional Housemother, associate professional Social worker, associate professional, medical Welfare worker, associate professional Welfare worker, associate professional, moral welfare Welfare worker, associate professional, prison Social worker, associate professional, community centre
186

3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 3460 347

Social worker, associate professional, cultural centre Housemaster, associate professional, approved school Parole officer, associate professional Probation officer, associate professional Social worker, associate professional, delinquency Social worker, associate professional, probation Warden, probation home, associate professional Social worker, associate professional, psychiatric Welfare worker, associate professional, mental health Social worker, associate professional, family planning Social worker, associate professional, home-help service Welfare worker, associate professional, the deaf Welfare worker, associate professional, the physically handicapped Warden, community centre, associate professionals ARTISTIC, ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3471
3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471

Decorators and commercial designers
Designer, graphic Designer, poster Designer, typographical Illustrator, advertising Illustrator, book Decorator, interior Decorator, motion picture set Designer, decoration Designer, interior decoration Designer, commercial products Designer, dress Designer, fashion Designer, furniture Designer, industrial products Designer, jewellery Designer, package Designer, textile Decorator, display Decorator, display, windows
187

3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471 3471

Designer, display Designer, display, windows Designer, exhibition Designer, armorial Designer, scenery Designer, stage set Tattooist

3472
3472 3472 3472 3472 3472 3472 3472

Radio, television and other announcers
Announcer, news Announcer, radio Announcer, television Interviewer, media Newscaster Compère Disc jockey

3473
3473 3473 3473 3473 3473 3473 3473 3473 3473 3473 3473

Street, nightclub and related musicians, singers and dancers
Band leader Bandmaster Conductor, band Musician, nightclub Musician, street Singer, nightclub Singer, street Dancer, chorus Dancer, nightclub Dancer, tap Vocalist, informal

3474
3474 3474 3474 3474 3474

Clowns, magicians, acrobats and related associate professionals
Clown Comic, circus Conjuror Illusionist Magician
188

3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474 3474

Prestidigitator Acrobat Contortionist Tumbler Aerialist Artist, trapeze Artist, high-wire Artist, tight-rope Juggler Trainer, wild animal Artist, striptease Hypnotist Imitator Imitator, animal noise Puppeteer Tamer, wild animal Ventriloquist

3475
3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475

Athletes, sportspersons and related associate professionals
Athlete Boxer Cycle racer Driver, motor racing Jockey Player, sports Racer, cycle Sportsman, professional Sportwoman, professional Wrestler Coach, athletic Coach, games Coach, sports Instructor, sports Trainer, boxing Trainer, golf Trainer, martial arts
189

3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475 3475

Trainer, sports Trainer, wrestling Trainer, yoga Judge, sports Official, sports Sports administrator Referee, sports Umpire, sports Trainer, physical Instructor, billiards Instructor, bridge Instructor, chess

3479
348

Art, entertainment and sport associate professionals not elsewhere classified
RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS

3480
3480 3480 3480 3480 3480 3480 3480 3480 3480 349

Religious associate professionals
Evangelist Lay preacher Monk, associate professional Nun, associate professional Preacher, lay Religious worker Salvationist Lay worker Parish worker OTHER ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

3490
3491 350 3500 3500 3500 3500 3500 3500

Other associate professionals not elsewhere classified
Stokvel ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS IN ARMED FORCES AND SIVIL SERVICE Captain Major Lieutenant Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Superentant
190

3500 3500 3500 3500 3500 4 41 411

Senior Superentant Assistant Director Deputy Director Admin Officer Senior Admin. Officer CLERKS OFFICE CLERKS SECRETARIES AND KEYBOARD-OPERATING CLERKS

4111
4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111

Stenographers and typists
Justowriter Stenographer Stenographer, typing Typist, shorthand Typist, stenography Clerk, typing Typist Typist, clerical Typist, copy Typist, invoice Typist, statistical Clerk, justowriting Typist, perforator Typist, varityping Varitypist

4112
4112 4112 4112 4112 4112 4112

Word-processor and related operators
Clerk, word processing Clerk, telefax Clerk, telegraph Clerk, teleprinter Clerk, telex Teletypist

4113
4113

Data entry operators
Clerk, data entry, punching machine, card and tape
191

4113 4113 4113 4113 4113 4113 4113 4113 4113

Clerk, data entry, punching machine, keys Clerk, data entry Clerk, data entry, computer Clerk, data entry, electronic mail Clerk, data entry, converter, tape-to-card Clerk, data entry, converter, tape-to-page Clerk, data entry, sorting machine Clerk, data entry, tabulating machine Clerk, data entry, converter, card-to-tape

4114
4114 4114 4114 4114 4114 4114 4114 4114

Calculating-machine operators
Clerk, accounting machine Clerk, bookkeeping machine Clerk, invoicing machine Clerk, posting machine Clerk, adding machine Clerk, calculating machine Clerk, comptometer Clerk, computing machine

4115
4115 4115 4115 4115 4115 412

Secretaries
Secretary Secretary, stenography Secretary, stenography, typing Secretary, typing Secretary, word processing NUMERICAL CLERKS

4121
4121 4121 4121 4121 4121 4121 4121

Accounting and bookkeeping clerks
Clerk, accounts Clerk, bookkeeping Clerk, bookkeeping, accounts Clerk, bookkeeping, discount Clerk, bookkeeping, interest accrual Clerk, ledger Clerk, office cash
192

4121 4121 4121 4121 4121 4121 4121 4121

Clerk, auction Clerk, audit Clerk, cost computing Clerk, estimating Clerk, payroll Clerk, salaries Clerk, wages Clerk, invoice

4122
4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 4122 413

Statistical finance clerks
Clerk, adjustment Clerk, bond Clerk, brokerage Clerk, collateral Clerk, credit Clerk, finance Clerk, investment Clerk, mortgage Clerk, rating Clerk, securities Clerk, tax Clerk, actuarial Clerk, statistical MATERIAL-RECORDING AND TRANSPORT CLERKS

4131
4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131

Stock clerks
Clerk, freight Clerk, freight, dispatching Clerk, freight, inward Clerk, freight, receiving Clerk, freight, routing Clerk, freight, shipping Clerk, freight, traffic Clerk, stock Clerk, stock, control Clerk, stock, control, inventory
193

4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131 4131

Clerk, stock, control, records Clerk, stock, records Attendant, tool crib Clerk, stock, storeroom Clerk, supply Clerk, warehouse Storekeeper Clerk, weighing Clerk, weighing, scale Clerk, weighing, tally Clerk, depository, furniture

4132
4132 4132 4132 4132 4132 4132

Production clerks
Clerk, order, materials Clerk, planning, materials Clerk, schedule, materials Clerk, production planning Clerk, production planning, coordination Clerk, production planning, schedule

4133
4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133

Transport clerks
Controller, clerical, railway service Superintendent, clerical, railway depot Controller, clerical, railway service, freight Controller, clerical, train Dispatcher, clerical, railway Dispatcher, clerical, train Inspector, clerical, railway transport service Clerk, goods, railway Yardmaster, railway Controller, clerical, road transport service Dispatcher, clerical, bus Dispatcher, clerical, road transport (except bus and truck) Dispatcher, clerical, truck Superintendent, clerical, road transport depot Superintendent, clerical, road transport traffic
194

4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 4133 414

Inspector, clerical, road transport service Controller, clerical, air transport service Controller, clerical, airline traffic Clerk, air transport operations Clerk, dispatch, air transport Clerk, flight operations Dispatcher, clerical, aircraft Dispatcher, clerical, boat Dispatcher, clerical, gas pipelines Dispatcher, clerical, oil pipelines Float master Superintendent, clerical, barge Superintendent, clerical, cargo Superintendent, clerical, ferry Superintendent, clerical, quay Superintendent, clerical, water transport terminal Superintendent, clerical, wharf Wharfinger Clerk, transport LIBRARY, MAIL AND RELATED CLERKS

4141
4141 4141 4141 4141 4141 4141 4141 4141 4141 4141

Library and filing clerks
Clerk, book-loan Clerk, library Clerk, library, acquisitions Clerk, classification Clerk, filing Clerk, index Clerk, document duplication Clerk, photocopying Clerk, reproduction processes, office Mimeographer

4142
4142 4142

Mail carriers and sorting clerks
Controller, clerical, mail Controller, clerical, mail depot
195

4142 4142 4142 4142 4142 4142 4142 4142 4142

Controller, clerical, postal service Clerk, mail, sorting Postman Postwoman Clerk, mail, dispatch Courier, travel Mailman Mailwoman Post carrier

4143
4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143 4143

Coding, proof-reading and related clerks
Clerk, listing Clerk, coding Clerk, coding, data-processing Clerk, coding, statistics Coder, clerical Coder, clerical, data-processing Coder, clerical, statistics Clerk, proof reading Clerk, proof reading, printing Proof-reader, clerical Clerk, document-sorting machine Clerk, franking machine Clerk, scripts

4144
4144 4144 4144 419

Scribes and related workers
Public writer Scribe Clerk, form-filling assistance OTHER OFFICE CLERKS AND CLERKS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED (EXCEPT CUSTOMER SERVICES CLERKS)

4190
4190 4190 4190 4190

Other office clerks and clerks not elsewhere classified
Timekeeper Clerk, compilation, directory Clerk, records, personnel Compiler, clerical, directory
196

4190 4190 4190 42 421

Clerk, list, addresses Clerk, addressing machine Clerk, list, mail CUSTOMER SERVICES CLERKS CASHIERS, TELLERS AND RELATED CLERKS

4211
4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211 4211

Cashiers and ticket clerks
Cashier, office Clerk, cash-accounting Cashier, bank Cashier, booking-office Cashier, box-office Cashier, cash desk Cashier, check-out, self-service store Cashier, restaurant Cashier, store Clerk, ticket issuing (except travel) Clerk, toll collection Clerk, bookmaking

4212
4212 4212 4212 4212

Tellers and other counter clerks
Cashier, currency exchange Money changer Clerk, post office counter Cashier, change-booth

4213
4213 4213 4213 4213 4213 4213 4213

Bookmakers and croupiers
Bookmaker Bookmaker, betting pool Bookmaker, pari-mutuel system Bookmaker, ticket writing Bookmaker, totalizator Croupier Croupier, gambling-table

4214

Pawnbrokers and moneylenders
197

4214 4214

Moneylender Pawnbroker

4215
4215 4215 4215 4215 4215 422

Debt-collectors and related workers
Clerk, bills Collector, charity Collector, debt Collector, payment Collector, rent CLIENT INFORMATION CLERKS

4221
4221 4221 4221 4221 4221 4221 4221

Travel agency and related clerks
Clerk, ticket issuing, travel Clerk, travel Clerk, travel , airlines Clerk, travel , railway Clerk, travel agency Clerk, travel agency, bookings Clerk, travel agency, reservations

4222
4222 4222 4222 4222 4222 4222 4222

Receptionists and information clerks
Receptionist Receptionist, hotel Receptionist, dental Receptionist, medical Clerk, appointments Clerk, information Clerk, inquiries

4223
4223 4223 429

Telephone switchboard operators
Switchboard operator, telephone Telephonist CUSTOMER SERVICES CLERKS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

4290
5

Customer services clerks not elsewhere classified
SERVICE WORKERS AND SHOP AND MARKET SALES WORKERS
198

51 511

PERSONAL AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES WORKERS TRAVEL ATTENDANTS AND RELATED WORKERS

5111
5111 5111 5111 5111 5111 5111 5111 5111 5111 5111

Travel attendants and travel stewards
Chief steward, ship Chief stewardess, ship Steward, ship Steward, ship, cabin Stewardess, ship Stewardess, ship, cabin Attendant, airport Attendant, flight Attendant, ship, cabin Purser, aircraft

5112
5112 5112 5112 5112 5112 5112 5112 5112 5112 5112 5112

Transport conductors and transport occupations not elsewhere classified
Conductor, train Guard, railway Conductor, Pullman car Conductor, sleeping car Conductor, bus Conductor, tram Conductor, trolley-bus Conductor, cable car Conductor, ferryboat Conductor, hovercraft Transport of goods

5113
5113 5113 5113 5113 5113 5113 5113

Travel guides
Guide, travel, bus Guide, travel Guide, art gallery Guide, museum Guide, travel, art gallery Guide, travel, museum Guide, travel, sightseeing
199

5113 5113 5113 5113 5113 5113 512

Guide, travel, alpine Guide, travel, fishing Guide, travel, game park Guide, travel, hunting Guide, travel, industrial establishment Guide, travel, safari HOUSEKEEPING AND RESTAURANT SERVICES WORKERS

5121
5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121 5121

Housekeepers and related workers
Housekeeper Housekeeper, executive Chief steward, hotel Chief stewardess, hotel Steward, hotel Steward, house Stewardess, hotel Stewardess, house Matron, housekeeping Butler Warden, camp Warden, dormitory

5122
5122 5122 5122 5122 5122 5122 5122 5122 5122 5122

Cooks
Chef de cuisine Cook, head Cook Cook, restaurant Cook, vegetable Cook, ship Cook, ship, mess Cook, special diets Cook, work camp Cook, preserving

5123
5123

Waiters, waitresses and bartenders
Steward, mess
200

5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123 5123

Steward, ship, dining saloon Stewardess, mess Stewardess, ship, dining saloon Waiter Waiter, railway dining car Waitress Waitress, railway dining car Maitre d'hotel Waiter, head Waitress, head Steward, ship, mess Stewardess, ship, mess Waiter, banquet Waiter, formal Waitress, banquet Waitress, formal Steward, wine Stewardess, ship, wine Waiter, wine Waitress, wine Bartender Attendant, canteen Attendant, restaurant seating

5124
5124 5124

Tavern and shebeen operators
Tavern operator Shebeen operator

5125
5125 5125

Caterers
Catering services Caterer

5126
5126 5126 5126

Accomodation occupations
Letting rooms Taking in boarders/lodgers Landlord/landlady
201

5131
5131 5131 5131 5131 5131 5131

Personal care of children and babies
Child-care workers Attendant, schoolchildren Governess, children Nanny Nursemaid Baby minding/daymother

5132
5132 5132 5132 5132 5132 5132 5132 5132 5132 5132

Institution-based personal care workers
Aid, dental Aid, nursing, clinic Aid, nursing, hospital Ambulance man Ambulance woman Attendant, dental Attendant, first-aid Attendant, hospital Attendant, nursing (except home) Orderly

5133
5133 5133

Home-based personal care workers
Aid, nursing, home Attendant, nursing, home

5139
5139 5139 514

Personal care and related workers not elsewhere classified
Aid, pharmacy Aid, veterinary OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES WORKERS

5141
5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141

Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related workers
Chiropodist Beautician, make-up, studio Hairdresser, women Barber Hairdresser Hairdresser, men
202

5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141 5141

Beautician Cosmetologist Manicurist Beautician, make-up, stage Make-up artist, stage Make-up artist, studio Attendant, bath Attendant, bath, hot-room Attendant, bath, sauna Attendant, bath, turkish Dresser, wig, stage Trichologist

5142
5142 5142 5142 5142 5142 5142 5142 5142 5142

Companions and valets
Companion, man's Maid, lady's Maid, personal Manservant Valet Valet, personal Companion Companion, lady's Valet, hotel

5143
5143 5143 5143 5143 5143 5143 5143

Undertakers and embalmers
Funeral director Mortician Undertaker Crematorium worker Embalmer Attendant, funeral Attendant, undertaker

5149
5149 5149

Other personal services workers not elsewhere classified
Escort, social Host, club
203

5149 5149 5149 515

Hostess, club Partner, dancing Personal services workers not elsewhere classified ASTROLOGERS, FORTUNE-TELLERS AND RELATED WORKERS

5151
5151

Astrologers and related workers
Astrologer

5152
5152 5152 5152 516

Fortune-tellers, palmists and related workers
Fortune-teller Numerologist Palmist PROTECTIVE SERVICES WORKERS

5161
5161 5161 5161 5161 5161 5161 5161

Fire-fighters
Fire-fighter Patrolman, forest fire Patrolwoman, forest fire Salvageman, fire Salvagewoman, fire Fire-fighter, aircraft accidents Fire-fighter, forest

5162
5162 5162 5162 5162 5162 5162 5162 5162

Police officers
Constable Patrolman, police Patrolwoman, police Police officer Police officer, harbour Police officer, river Police officer, traffic Guard, police service

5163
5163 5163 5163

Prison guards
Gaoler Guard, prison Warder, prison
204

5169
5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 5169 519

Protective services workers not elsewhere classified
Guard, security Patrolman, security Patrolwoman, security Bodyguard Coastguard Guard, beach Lifeguard Patrolman, beach Patrolwoman, beach Warden, traffic Game warden Warden, bird sanctuary Warden, wildlife PERSONAL AND PROTECTIVE SERVICES WORKERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

5190
52 521

Personal and protective services workers not elsewhere classified
MODELS, SALESPERSONS AND DEMONSTRATORS FASHION AND OTHER MODELS

5210
5210 5210 5210 5210 5210 522

Fashion and other models
Mannequin Model, clothing display Model, fashion Model, advertising Model, artist SHOP SALESPERSONS AND DEMONSTRATORS

5220
5220 5220 5220 5220 5220

Shop salespersons and demonstrators
Salesperson, wholesale establishment Attendant, shop Salesperson, retail establishment Salesperson, shop Demonstrator
205

5220 5220 5220 523

Assistant, shop, orders Attendant, petrol pump Attendant, service station, automobiles STALL AND MARKET SALESPERSONS

5230
5230 5230 5230 5230 5230 5230 5230 5231 529

Stall and market salespersons
Salesperson, kiosk Salesperson, market Salesperson, street stall Beer and liqour brewer and distiller Bootlegger Florist Flower arranging Spaza shop operator MODELS, SALESPERSONS AND DEMONSTRATORS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

5291
530 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 5300 6 61 611

Models, salespersons and demonstrators not elsewhere classified
SERVICE WORKERS IN THE ARMED FORCES AND SIVIL SERVICE Sergeant Staff sergeant Warrant Officer Private Lance Koperal Corporal Pioneer Soldiers Petty Officer Chief Petty Officer Seaman Able Seaman Leading Seaman Airman Flight Sergeant SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS MARKET-ORIENTED SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS MARKET GARDENERS AND CROP GROWERS

6111

Field crop and vegetable growers
206

6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111 6111

Farmer, alfalfa Farmer, cereal Farmer, corn Farmer, cotton Farmer, field crop Farmer, field vegetable Farmer, flax Farmer, grain Farmer, groundnut Farmer, jute Farmer, maize Farmer, rice Farmer, sisal Farmer, soya-bean Farmer, sugar-beet Farmer, sugar-cane Farmer, tobacco Farmer, vegetable Farmer, wheat Grower, field crop Grower, field vegetable Grower, soya-bean Grower, sugar-beet Planter, cotton Planter, sugar-cane Planter, tobacco Agricultural, garden production, informal Farm worker, skilled, cotton Farm worker, skilled, field crops Farm worker, skilled, flax Farm worker, skilled, groundnut Farm worker, skilled, irrigation Farm worker, skilled, jute Farm worker, skilled, potato Farm worker, skilled, rice
207

6111 6111 6111 6111 6111

Farm worker, skilled, sugar-beet Farm worker, skilled, sugar-cane Farm worker, skilled, tobacco Farm worker, skilled, vegetables Farm worker, skilled, wheat

6112
6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112

Tree and shrub crop growers
Grower, tree crop Farmer, cocoa Farmer, coconut Farmer, coffee Farmer, copra Farmer, fruit Farmer, hops Farmer, nut Farmer, orchard Farmer, rubber plantation Farmer, shrub crop Farmer, tea plantation Farmer, tree crop Farmer, viniculture Grower, cocoa Grower, coconut Grower, coffee Grower, rubber Grower, shrub crop Planter, copra Planter, tea Viniculturist Winegrower Farmer, rubber Farmer, tea Farmer, vineyard Farm worker, skilled, fruit Farm worker, skilled, grove Farm worker, skilled, orchard
208

6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112 6112

Farm worker, skilled, shrub crop Farm worker, skilled, tree crop Farm worker, skilled, vineyard Farm worker, skilled, tea Plantation worker, skilled, rubber Budder and grafter, fruit tree Farm worker, skilled, cocoa Farm worker, skilled, coffee Farm worker, skilled, hops Grafter, fruit tree Pruner, fruit trees Pruner, shrub crops Plantation worker, skilled, shrub crop Plantation worker, skilled, tree crop Plantation worker, skilled, tea Tapper, maple-syrup Tapper, pine resin Tapper, rubber tree Tapper, toddy

6113
6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113

Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers
Grower, carnation Grower, flower Grower, horticultural nursery Grower, market gardening Grower, nursery Grower, nursery, bulbs Grower, nursery, seeds Grower, nursery, vegetables Grower, rose Grower, tulip Horticultural grower Nurseryman Nurserywoman Grower, mushroom Grower, nursery, spices
209

6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113 6113

Grower, osier Grower, reed Market gardener Cultivator, mushroom Market gardening worker, skilled Gardener, seed propagation Greenhouse worker, skilled Horticultural worker, skilled Gardener Gardener, jobbing Gardener, park Gardener, greenhouse Greenkeeper Groundsman Groundswoman Farm worker, skilled, mushroom Budder and grafter, shrubs Farm worker, skilled, nursery

6114
6114 6114 612

Mixed-crop growers
Farmer, mixed crop Farm worker, skilled, mixed crop MARKET-ORIENTED ANIMAL PRODUCERS AND RELATED WORKERS

6121
6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121

Dairy and livestock producers
Breeder, cattle Breeder, stud Farmer, cattle Farmer, fur, domestic animals Farmer, horse breeding Farmer, horse raising Farmer, livestock Farmer, pig Farmer, ranch Farmer, sheep raising Farmer, stud breeding
210

6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121 6121

Grazier Raiser, cattle Raiser, pig Raiser, sheep Rancher, cattle Farmer, dairy Farmer, milk Breeder, cat Breeder, dog Farmer, sheep Farmer, sheep, astrakhan Farmer, pelt Farm worker, skilled, cattle Shepherd Kennel worker, skilled Shearer, sheep Farm worker, skilled, livestock Farm worker, skilled, sheep Farm worker, skilled, pig Farm worker, skilled, domestic fur-bearing animals Farm worker, skilled, dairy

6122
6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122 6122

Poultry producers
Breeder, poultry Farmer, battery Farmer, chicken Farmer, duck Farmer, egg production Farmer, goose Farmer, poultry, hatching and breeding Farmer, turkey Hatcher and breeder, poultry Farm worker, skilled, poultry Hatchery worker, skilled, poultry Operator, incubator

211

6123
6123 6123 6123 6123 6123 6123 6123 6123 6123 6123 6123

Apiarists and sericulturists
Apiarist Farmer, apiary Farmer, beekeeping Farmer, sericulture Farmer, silkworm raising Raiser, silkworm Sericulturist Beekeeper Apiary worker, skilled Beekeeping worker, skilled Sericultural worker, skilled

6124
6124

Farmer, mixed animal husbandry
Farm worker, skilled, mixed animal husbandry

6129
6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129

Breeder, bird
Breeder, game bird Breeder, laboratory animal Breeder, laboratory animal, mouse Breeder, lion Breeder, deer Breeder, reptile Breeder, reptile, snake Breeder, snail Raiser, laboratory animal Raiser, ostrich Farmer, fur, non-domesticated animals Keeper, aviary Keeper, kennel Farm worker, skilled, non-domesticated fur-bearing animals Farm worker, skilled, ostrich Horsebreaker Keeper, zoo Trainer, dog Trainer, horsebreaking
212

6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 6129 613

Trainer, racehorse Zookeeper Gamekeeper Keeper, animal reserve Laboratory worker, skilled, animals Zoo worker, skilled Market-oriented animal produce and related workers not elsewhere classified MARKET-ORIENTED CROP AND ANIMAL PRODUCERS

6130
6130 614

Farmer, mixed farming
Farm worker, skilled, mixed farming FORESTRY AND RELATED WORKERS

6141
6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141

Forestry workers and loggers
Logger Lumberjack Cross-cutter, logging Cutter, timber, forestry Feller, logging Climber, logging High climber, logging Topper, logging Cutter, pole and pile Cutter, railway tie Cutter, sleeper Woodcutter, forest Forester Forestry worker, skilled Forestry worker, skilled, afforestation Woodman Woodwoman Marker, timber Marker, tree Planter, forestry Pruner and trimmer, forestry Ranger, forest
213

6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141 6141

Stripper, cork bark Assembler, raft Bucker, logging Cruiser, timber Driver, raft, logging Feller-bucker, tree Maker, log-raft Rider, timber Scaler, log

6142
6142 6142 6142 615

Charcoal burners and related workers
Forestry worker, skilled, charcoal burning (traditional techniques) Forestry worker, skilled, wood distillation (traditional techniques) Burner, charcoal FISHERY WORKERS, HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS

6151
6151 6151 6151 6151 6151 6151 6151 6151 6151 6151 6151

Aquatic-life cultivation workers
Farm worker, skilled, fish Farmer, fish Farmer, seafood Fishery worker, skilled, pisciculture Hatcher, fish Hatchery worker, skilled, fish Farm worker, skilled, oyster Farmer, oyster Cultivator, algae Cultivator, pearl Farm worker, skilled, seafood

6152
6152 6152 6152 6152 6152 6152

Inland and coastal waters fishery workers
Fisherman, coastal waters Fisherman, inland waters Fisherwoman, coastal waters Fisherwoman, inland waters Fishery worker, skilled, coastal waters Fishery worker, skilled, inland
214

6152 6152 6152 6152

Diver, oyster Diver, pearl Diver, sponge Sponge hooker

6153
6153 6153 6153 6153 6153 6153 6153

Deep-sea fishery workers
Crewman, drifter Crewman, trawler Crewwoman, drifter Crewwoman, trawler Fisherman, deep-sea Fisherwoman, deep-sea Fishery worker, skilled, deep-sea

6154
6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 6154 619

Hunters and trappers
Fisherwoman, seal Fisherman, seal Hunter, seal Hunter Hunter, professional Trapper - Fur Crewman, whaling vessel Crewwoman, whaling vessel Flenser, whale Game beater Harpooner, whale Stripper, blubber Trapper-hunter, fur MARKET-ORIENTED SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

6190
62 621

Market-oriented skilled agricultural and fishery workers not elsewhere classified
SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS

6210

Subsistence agricultural and fishery workers
215

6210 6210 7 71 711

Farm worker, skilled, subsistence farming Farmer, subsistence farming CRAFT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS EXTRACTION AND BUILDING TRADES WORKERS MINERS, SHOTFIRERS, STONE CUTTERS AND CARVERS

7111
7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111 7111

Miners and quarry workers
Miner Miner, surface Miner, underground Quarrier Piler, mine Timbering worker, mine Timbering worker, quarry Timbering worker/ underground Sampler, mine Clipper, mine Drawer, prop/mine Drawer, prop/quarry Drawer, timber/mine Drawer, timber/quarry Miner, hydraulic/placer mining Robber, timber/mine Sampler, core Sampler, quarry Bolter, roof-mine

7112
7112 7112

Shotfirers and blasters
Blaster Shotfirer

7113
7113 7113 7113

Stone splitters, cutters and carvers
Splitter, stone Cutter-finisher, stone Dresser, stone
216

7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 7113 721

Finisher, stone Grinder, slate Grinder, stone Planer, stone Polisher, granite Polisher, marble Polisher, slate Polisher, stone Sawyer, stone Grader, stone Stonework layout worker Stoneworker Setter-operator, lathe/stone Tuner, stone Cutter, stone Cutter, stone/lettering Carver, stone Carver-setter, monument Mason, monument Driller, stone Sandblaster, stonecutting Shotblaster, stonecutting BUILDING FRAME AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7121
7121 7121

Builders, traditional materials
Builder, house/traditional materials Housebuilder, traditional materials

7122
7122 7122 7122 7122 7122 7122 7122

Bricklayers and stonemasons
Bricklayer, construction Bricklayer, chimney Builder, chimney Bricklayer, firebrick Bricklayer, kiln Bricklayer, oven Firebrick layer
217

7122 7122 7122 7122 7122 7122 7122

Stonemason, construction Stonemason, facings Paviour Stonemason, paving Bricklayer, ingot mould lining Bricklayer, furnace lining Tuckpointer

7123
7123 7123 7123 7123 7123 7123 7123 7123 7123

Concrete placers, concrete finishers and related workers
Placer, concrete Caster, concrete products Shutterer, concrete moulding Iron worker, concrete reinforcement Finisher, cement Finisher, concrete Terrazzo worker Concrete mixer Mixer, concrete

7124
7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124

Carpenters and joiners
Carpenter Joiner Carpenter, construction Carpenter, first fixing Carpenter, second fixing Carpenter-joiner Joiner, construction Carpenter, stage Carpenter, theatre Shipwright, wood Joiner, ship Boatbuilder, wood Builder, barge/wooden Carpenter, ship's Joiner, aircraft Carpenter, bench
218

7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124 7124

Fitter, shop Joiner, bench Shopfitter Carpenter, bridge Carpenter, maintenance Carpenter, mine Carpenter, wharf Maker, mast and spar/wood

7129
7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 7129 713

Building frame and related workers not elsewhere classified
Billboard erector Erector, billboard Builder, house/non-traditional materials Housebuilder, non-traditional materials Maintenance worker, building Repairer, building Repairer, chimney Steeplejack Rigger, scaffolding Scaffolder Demolition worker Wrecker, building Layer, drain Bracer, construction Erector, prefabricated buildings Fixer, prefabricated buildings Shorer, construction Timbering worker, construction BUILDING FINISHERS AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7131
7131 7131 7131 7131 7131

Roofers
Roofer Roofer, slate Roofer, tile Roofer, composite materials Roofer, asphalt
219

7131 7131 7131

Roofer, metal Thatcher (Houses, Lapas) Roofer, wood-shingle

7132
7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132 7132

Floor layers and tile setters
Setter, marble Setter, tile Tiler Tiler, floor Tiler, wall Cutter-setter, mosaic Floor layer, parquetry Layer, parquetry Parquetry worker Floor layer, wood block Layer, wood block Floor layer, tile Layer, composition tile Layer, tile

7133
7133 7133 7133 7133 7133

Plasterers
Plasterer Plasterer, ornamental Mason, stucco Plasterer, stucco Plasterer, fibrous sheet

7134
7134 7134 7134 7134 7134 7134 7134

Insulation workers
Insulation worker Insulation worker, building Insulation worker, acoustical Insulation worker, soundproofing Insulation worker, boiler and pipe Lagger, boiler and pipe Insulation worker, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment

7135

Glaziers
220

7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135 7135

Glazier Glazier, building Glazier, double glazing Glazier, structural Setter, glass/buildings Glazier, patent roofing Glazier, roofing Fitter, plate-glass Glazier, plate-glass Glazier, leaded-glass Glazier, stained-glass Setter, artistic/glass Glazier, vehicle

7136
7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136 7136

Plumbers and pipe fitters
Plumber Fitter, pipe Fitter, pipe/sewerage Fitter, pipe/ventilation Fitter, pipe/water supply Fitter, pipe/gas Fitter, pipe/marine Plumber, ship Fitter, pipe/aircraft Fitter, tube/aircraft Fitter, pipe, steam Plumber, chemical Jointer, pipe-laying Layer, pipe Layer-jointer, mains pipes Pipeline worker Digger, well Sinker, well

7137
7137

Building and related electricians
Electrician
221

7137 7137 7137 7137 7137 7137 7137 7137 7137 714

Electrician, building Electrician, building/ electrical installation Electrician, stage and studio Electrician, theatre Electrician, building maintenance Electrician, building/ electrical maintenance Electrician, building repairs Electrician, mine Electrician, neon-lighting PAINTERS, BUILDING STRUCTURE CLEANERS AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7141
7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141 7141

Painters and related workers
Brush-painter, construction Outside painter, construction Painter, building Painter, construction Painter, house Painter, outside/ construction Painter-decorator, buildings Spray-painter, construction Painter, ship's hull Painter, structural steel Painter, motion picture set Painter, stage scenery Whitewasher Painter-decorator, wallcarpeting Painter-decorator, wallcovering Painter-decorator, wallpapering Paperhanger Wallpaper hanger

7142
7142 7142 7142 7142

Varnishers and related painters
Sprayer, metal Painter, manufactured articles Varnisher, manufactured articles Painter, automobile
222

7142 7142 7142 7142

Painter, vehicle Varnisher, vehicle Painter, metal Varnisher, metal

7143
7143 7143 7143 7143 7143 7143 719

Building structure cleaners
Chimney sweep Cleaner, chimney flue Sweep, chimney Exterminator Sandblaster, building exteriors Cleaner, building exteriors EXTRACTION AND BUILDING TRADES WORKERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

7190
7190 72

Extraction and building trades workers not elsewhere classified
Extraction and building trades workers not elsewhere classified METAL, MACHINERY AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7211
7211 7211 7211 7211 7211 7211 7211 7211

Metal moulders and coremakers
Ladler, metal Moulder, metal castings Moulder, metal castings/ bench Moulder, metal castings/ stump Moulder, metal castings/tub Moulder, metal castings/ floor and pit Moulder, metal castings/pit Coremaker, metal

7212
7212 7212 7212 7212 7212 7212 7212

Welders and flamecutters
Welder Welder, gas and electric Welder, acetylene Welder, gas Welder, oxyacetylene Welder, electric arc Welder, thermite
223

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Welder, butt Welder, contact Welder, flash Welder, resistance Welder, seam Welder, spot Burner, lead Brazier Brazier, flame Brazier, induction Flamecutter Solderer Brazier, furnace Setter-operator, soldering Setter-operator, soldering/ jewellery Setter-operator, soldering/ metal Solderer, dip Solderer, furnace Solderer, torch

7213
7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213 7213

Sheet-metal workers
Sheet-metal worker Marker, sheet metal Coppersmith Sheet-metal worker, copper Sheet-metal worker, tin Tinsmith Boilersmith Maker, boiler Sheet-metal worker, ornamental Beater, vehicle panel Beater, aircraft panel Sheet-metal worker, aircraft Sheet-metal worker, vehicles Sheet-metal worker, furniture

224

7214
7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214 7214

Structural-metal preparers and erectors
Erector, structural metal Preparer, structural metal Loftsman, structural metal Loftswoman, structural metal Marker, structural metal Structural steel worker, workshop Erector, constructional steel Erector, ship's beam and frame Shipwright, metal Plater, ship Riveter Riveter, pneumatic Bender, metal plate

7215
7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215 7215

Riggers and cable splicers
Rigger Rigger, hoisting equipment Splicer, cable and rope Rigger, hoisting equipment/ construction Rigger, ship Rigger, aircraft Rigger, oil and gas well Cable worker, bridge Cable worker, suspension bridge Spinner-squeezer, cable Spinner-squeezer, wire Rigger, railway cable Rigger, ski-lift

7216
7216 7216 7216 7216

Underwater workers
Frogman, salvage Frogwoman, salvage Diver, salvage Underwater worker

225

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BLACKSMITHS, TOOL-MAKERS AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7221
7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221 7221

Blacksmiths, hammer-smiths and forging-press workers
Caster, metal Drawer, wire Blacksmith Farrier Smith, agricultural implement Smith, anvil Toolsmith Drop forger Hammersmith Hammersmith, forge Drop-hammer worker Forging-press worker Press-operator, forging/metal Smith, bulldozer Driver, forge hammer Former, metal

7222
7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222 7222

Tool-makers and related workers
Maker, press tool Maker, tap-die Maker, tool Maker, tool and die Toolmaker Maker, gauge Maker, jig-gauge Pattern-maker, metal foundry Marker, metal Finisher, die Maker, template Maker, tool/diamond-pointed Gunsmith/armament fitter/weapons assembler Locksmith

7223

Machine-tool setters and setter-operators
226

7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223 7223

Setter-operator, extruding machine/metalworking Setter, machine tool Setter, metalworking machine Setter-operator, machine tool Setter-operator, metalworking machine Setter-operator, lathe/ metalworking Turner Setter-operator, milling machine/metalworking Setter-operator, planing machine/metalworking Setter-operator, boring machine/metalworking Setter-operator, drilling machine/metalworking Setter-operator, reaming machine/metalworking Setter-operator, grinding machine/metalworking Setter-operator, precision-grinding machine/ metalworking Setter-operator, honing machine/metalworking Setter-operator, numerical control machine/ metalworking Setter-operator, cutting machine/metalworking Setter-operator, die-sinking machine/metalworking Setter-operator, lapping machine/metalworking Setter-operator, routing machine/metalworking Setter-operator, shaping machine/metalworking Borer, metal Driller, metal Spinner, metal Spinner, sheet-metal Maker, toy/metal Toymaker, metal

7224
7224 7224 7224 7224 7224 7224 7224

Metal wheel-grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners
Bluer, metal Finisher, cast-metal articles Cleaner, metal Burnisher, metal Finisher, metal Grinder, machine tool Grinder, metal
227

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Wheel-grinder, metal Grinder, tool Sharpener, cutting instruments Sharpener, knife Sharpener, tool Repairer, saw Sharpener, saw Grinder, textile-carding machine Buffer, metal Polisher, metal Polisher, metal/emery polishing Polisher, metal/mirror-finish Polisher, metal/sand polishing Sharpener, itinerant MACHINERY MECHANICS AND FITTERS Motor vehicle mechanics and fitters Fitter, engine/motor-vehicle Mechanic, automobile Mechanic, engine/diesel (motor vehicle) Mechanic, engine/motor vehicle Mechanic, garage Mechanic, motor vehicle Mechanic, motor truck Mechanic, truck Mechanic, motor cycle Mechanic, automobile transmission Mechanic, bus Mechanic, motor-vehicle transmission Mechanic, tractor Repairer, motor vehicle Tuner, engine-driving Tuner, vehicle engine Repairer, bicycle Repairer, pedal cycle
228

7231

Panelbeater

7232
7232 7232 7232 7232 7232 7232

Aircraft engine mechanics and fitters
Fitter, engine/aircraft Erector, metal airframe Fitter-assembler, airframe Aeromechanic Repairer, engine/aircraft Mechanic, engine/aircraft

7233
7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233

Argricultural- or industrial-machinery mechanics and fitters
Fitter, industrial machinery Fitter, engine/marine Fitter, turbine Fitter, machine-tool Fitter, metalworking machinery Fitter, mining machinery Fitter, printing machinery Fitter, textile machinery Fitter, woodworking machinery Fitter, agricultural machinery Fitter, earth-moving equipment Fitter, office machinery Erector-installer, agricultural machinery Erector-installer, industrial machinery Erector, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment Mechanic, air-conditioning equipment Mechanic, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment Mechanic, refrigeration equipment Fitter, engine/steam Mechanic, industrial machinery Mechanic, engine/steam Mechanic, engine/diesel (except motor vehicle) Mechanic, turbine Mechanic, machine tool Mechanic, mining machinery
229

7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 7233 724

Mechanic, printing machinery Mechanic, textile machinery Mechanic, woodworking machinery Mechanic, agricultural machinery Mechanic, farm machinery Mechanic, construction machinery Mechanic, earth-moving equipment Mechanic, typewriter Fitter, plant maintenance Mechanic, plant maintenance Mechanic, lift Millwright Oiler and greaser Mechanic, ship Oiler and greaser, ship ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MECHANICS AND FITTERS

7241
7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241

Electrical mechanics and fitters
Fitter, electrical Fitter, dynamo Fitter, electrical/generator Fitter, electrical/magneto Fitter, electrical/motor Fitter, electrical/transformer Fitter, electrical/control apparatus Fitter, electrical/rheostat Fitter, electrical/switchgear Fitter, electrical/instruments Fitter, electrical/elevator and related equipment Builder, armature Builder, commutator Fitter, electrical/refrigeration and air-conditioning Fitter, electrical/signalling equipment Electrician, aircraft Electrician, ship Electrician, locomotive
230

7241 7241 7241 7241 7241 7241

Electrician, motor vehicle Electrician, tram Electrician, vehicle Mechanic, electrical Repairer, electrical equipment Servicer, electrical equipment

7242
7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242 7242

Electronic fitters
Fitter, electronics Fitter, electronics/prototype Fitter, electronics/audio-visual equipment Fitter, electronics/radar Fitter, electronics/radio Fitter, electronics/ telecommunications equipment Fitter, electronics/television Fitter, electronics/medical equipment Fitter, electronics/computer equipment Fitter, electronics/data-processing equipment Fitter, electronics/industrial equipment Fitter, electronics/signalling equipment Fitter, electronics/signalling systems Fitter, electronics/ instruments Fitter, electronics/ meteorological equipment

7243
7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243

Electronic mechanics and servicers
Mechanic, electronics/ accounting-machine Mechanic, electronics/ business machine Mechanic, electronics/ calculating machine Mechanic, electronics/office machine Mechanic, electronics Repairer, electronics equipment Mechanic, electronics/ computer Mechanic, electronics/audio-visual equipment Mechanic, electronics/radio Mechanic, electronics/ television Repairer, electronics equipment/audio-visual
231

7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243 7243

Repairer, electronics equipment/radio Repairer, electronics equipment/television Servicer, electronics equipment/audio-visual Servicer, electronics equipment/radio Servicer, electronics equipment/television Erector, radio aerial Erector, television aerial

7244
7244 7244 7244 7244 7244 7244

Telegraph and telephone installers and servicers
Installer, telegraph Installer, telephone Mechanic, telegraph Mechanic, telephone Servicer, telegraph Servicer, telephone

7245
7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245 7245

Electrical line installers, repairers and cable joiners
Cable worker, electric power/ overhead cables Line worker, electric power Wire worker, electric power/ overhead wires Cable worker, electric traction/overhead cables Line worker, electric traction Wire worker, electric traction/ overhead wires Cable worker, telegraph Cable worker, telephone Line worker, telegraph Line worker, telephone Wire worker, telegraph Wire worker, telephone Jointer, cable Jointer, cable, electric Jointer, cable, telegraph Jointer, cable, telephone Plumber-jointer, electric cable Cable worker, electric power/ underground cables Wire worker, electric power/ underground wires
232

7245 729

Layer, underground cable METAL, MACHINERY AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

7290
7290 73 731

Metal, machinery and related trades workers not elsewhere classified
Metal, machinery and related trades workers not elsewhere classified PRECISION, HANDICRAFT, PRINTING AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS PRECISION WORKERS IN METAL AND RELATED MATERIALS

7311
7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311

Precision-instrument/instrument makers and repairers
Maker, clock Maker, watch Repairer, clock Repairer, watch Watch adjuster Balancer, scale Calibrator, precision instrument Maker, barometer Maker, instrument/ meteorological Maker, instrument/nautical Maker, instrument/precision Repairer, instrument/ precision Maker, instrument/optical Repairer, camera Repairer, instrument/optical Maker, photographic equipment Maker, precision instrument Maker, artificial limb Maker, brace/orthopaedic Maker, orthopaedic appliance Maker, surgical appliance Maker, dental prosthesis Mechanic, dental Repairer, dental prosthesis Maker, instrument/dental Maker, instrument/scientific
233

7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311 7311

Maker, instrument/surgical Repairer, instrument/dental Repairer, instrument/ scientific Repairer, instrument/ surgical Repairer, photographic equipment Repairer, surgical appliance Repairer, orthopaedic appliance

7312
7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312 7312

Musical-instrument makers and tuners
Maker, instrument/musical (string) Maker, violin Repairer, instrument/ musical (string) Maker, instrument/musical (woodwind) Tone regulator, musical instruments Maker, instrument/musical (brass) Maker, instrument/musical (metal-wind) Repairer, instrument/musical (wind) Maker, accordion Maker, piano accordion Builder, organ Maker, organ Maker, organ, bellow Maker, organ, pipe Maker, piano Maker, piano, key Maker, piano, sound-board Stringer, piano Tuner, accordion Tuner, musical instrument Tuner, organ Tuner, piano Voicer, organ Maker, drum Maker, xylophone Repairer, instrument, musical, percussion

234

7313
7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 7313 732

Jewellery and precious-metal workers
Maker, jewellery Jeweller Repairer, jewellery Cutter-polisher, gems Cutter-polisher, industrial diamonds Cutter-polisher, jewels Lapidary Polisher, industrial diamonds Sawyer, industrial diamonds Setter, gem Setter, diamond Setter, jewels Goldsmith Pewtersmith Silversmith Roller, precious metal Gold beater Maker, precious-metal leaf Engraver, jewellery Caster, jewellery moulds Cutter, precious metal Driller, precious metal Enameller, jewellery Hammersmith, precious-metal articles Maker, precious-metal chain Mounter, jewellery Polisher, jewellery Spinner, precious metal POTTERS, GLASS-MAKERS AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7321
7321 7321 7321 7321

Abrasive wheel formers, potters and related workers
Potter Modeller, pottery and porcelain Maker, pottery and porcelain mould Thrower, pottery and porcelain
235

7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321 7321

Jiggerer, pottery and porcelain Caster, pottery and porcelain Moulder, brick and tile Presser, pottery and porcelain Presser, clay extruding Moulder, abrasive wheel Driller, pottery Handler, pottery Maker, pottery, spout Turner, pottery and porcelain Dipper, ceramics Burnisher, ceramics Jollier, pottery and porcelain Sticker-up, pottery

7322
7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322 7322

Glass-makers, cutters, grinders and finishers
Glass worker Grinder, glass Blower, glass Blower, scientific glass Moulder, glass lens Cutter, glass Cutter, glass, optical Slicer, optical glass Slitter, optical glass Beveller, glass Grinder, glass edge Grinder, glass lens Polisher, glass/lenses Bender, glass Borer, glass Driller, glass Finisher, glass Gatherer, glass Ladler, glass Moulder, glass
236

7322 7322

Polisher, glass Setter-operator, lathe/glass

7323
7323 7323 7323 7323 7323 7323 7323 7323 7323

Glass engravers and etchers
Cutter, crystal glass Cutter, intaglio glass Engraver, glass Etcher, glass Froster, glass sandblasting Sandblaster, glass decorating Cutter-shaper, decorative glass Marker, glass engraving Waxer, glass sandblasting

7324
7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324 7324

Glass, ceramics and related decorative painters
Enameller, glass Painter, decorative/glass Decorator, ceramics/ freehand painting Decorator, pottery Enameller, ceramics Painter, decorative/ceramics Decorator, ceramics Rubber stamper, ceramics Stenciller, ceramics decoration Transferrer, ceramics decoration Decorator, ceramics/ aerographing Decorator, ceramics/spray-painting Silverer, glass Silverer, mirror Enameller, metal articles Toucher-up, ceramics decoration Tracer, ceramics decoration Painter, decorative Brush-painter, except construction Spray-painter, except construction Dipper, metal articles
237

7324 7324 7324 7324 733

Letterer, sign-writing Painter, decorative/sign Signwriter Signpainter HANDICRAFT WORKERS IN WOOD, TEXTILE, LEATHER AND RELATED MATERIALS

7331
7331 7331 7331 7331 7331 7331 7331 7331 7331 7331

Handicraft workers in wood and related materials
Handicraft worker, wooden articles Handicraft worker, stone articles Handicraft worker, paper articles Handicraft worker, basketry Handicraft worker, reed weaving Handicraft worker, straw articles Brickmaker Handicraft worker,beads Carver Handicraft worker, candlemaking

7332
7332 7332 7332 7332 7332 7332 7332 7332 734

Handicraft workers in textile, leather and related materials
Handicraft worker, textile weaving Handicraft worker, carpets Handicraft worker, textiles Handicraft worker, garment knitting Handicraft worker, garments Handicraft worker, leather Handicraft worker, leather accessories Carpet maker PRINTING AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7341
7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341

Compositors, typesetters and related workers
Printer Printer, job Compositor, printing Typesetter Intertype operator Linotyper
238

7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341 7341

Typesetter, linotype Typographer Monotyper Setter, printing machine Setter-operator, casting machine/printing type Maker-up, printing Imposer, printing Stonehand, printing Operator, desktop publishing equipment Photo typesetter, printing Photo-composer, printing Typesetter, photo-type Maker, braille plate Maker-up, photo-typesetting Proof-presser Layer-on, printing press Taker-off, printing press

7342
7342 7342 7342 7342 7342 7342

Stereotypers and electrotypers
Caster, stereotype Moulder, stereotype Stereotyper Caster, electrotype Electrotyper Moulder, electrotype

7343
7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343

Printing engravers and etchers
Engraver, printing/ lithographic stone Engraver, printing/metal die Engraver, printing/metal plate Engraver, printing/linoleum block Engraver, printing/rubber block Engraver, printing/wood block Engraver, printing/metal roller Engraver, printing/ pantograph Printer, pantograph
239

7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343 7343

Transferrer, lithographic Transferrer, lithographic/ direct Transferrer, lithographic/ printing Etcher, printing/metal engraving Etcher, printing/metal plate Etcher, printing/metal roller Engraver, printing/music printing Maker, stencil/printing plate Tuscher, lithographic Engraver, printing/ photogravure Photo-engraver Cameraman, photogravure Camerawoman, photogravure Photographer, photogravure Photolithographer Retoucher, photogravure Maker, photogravure/ printing plate Transferrer, photo-mechanical/printing plates Etcher, printing/ photogravure Finisher, photo-engraving/ printing plates Retoucher, printing plates Cameraman, xerography/ offset printing Camerawoman, xerography/ offset printing Grainer, photo-engraving/ printing plates Grainer, photogravure/ printing plates Mounter, photo-engraving/ printing plates Mounter, photogravure/ printing Proofer, photogravure Prover, photo-engraving Prover, photogravure

7344
7344 7344 7344 7344

Photographic and related workers
Darkroom worker, film developing/colour photography Developer, film/colour Developer, negative/colour Developer, photograph/ colour
240

7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344 7344

Developer, positive/colour Darkroom worker, film developing/black-and-white photography Developer, film/black-and-white Developer, negative, black-and-white Developer, photograph, black-and-white Developer, positive, black-and-white Darkroom worker, photograph printing Printer, film Printer, photograph Darkroom worker, photograph enlarging Enlarger, photograph Printer, projection Repairer, cinefilm Developer, film/x-ray Developer, photographic plate Developer, print

7345
7345 7345 7345 7345 7345 7345 7345 7345

Bookbinders and related workers
Bookbinder Bookbinding sewer Collator, bookbinding Forwarder, bookbinding Embosser, book Finisher, book Edge gilder, bookbinding Edge marbler, bookbinding

7346
7346 7346 7346 7346 7346 7346 7346 7346

Silk-screen, block and textile printers
Cutter, stencil/silk-screen Printer, silk-screen Stenciller, silk-screen Printer, block Printer, textile Embosser, paper Maker, stencil/silk-screen Stamper, heraldic printing
241

739

PRECISION, HANDICRAFT, PRINTING AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

7390
74 741

Precision, handicraft, printing and related trades workers not elsewhere classified
OTHER CRAFT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS FOOD PROCESSING AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7411
7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411

Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers
Blockman Butcher Dresser, meat Slaughterer Cutter, meat Maker, sausage Boner, meat Dresser, poultry Dresser, tripe Eviscerator, animal Flayer Knacker Offal worker Skinner, animal Splitter, carcass Sticker, animal Stripper, gut Stunner, animal Trimmer, meat Briner, foodstuffs Curer, bacon Curer, fish Curer, meat Pickler, fish Pickler, meat Salter, fish Salter, meat Smokehouse worker, fish
242

7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411 7411

Smokehouse worker, meat Preserver, sauces and condiments Boner, fish Cutter, fish Dresser, fish Filleter, fish Fishmonger Maker, string/gut Shactor

7412
7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412

Millers, bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers
Pastry-cook Baker Baker, bread Mixer, bread dough Oven worker, bread Table hand, bread Baker, pastry Maker, pastry Maker, pie Maker, sponge cake Mixer, flour confectionery Mixer, pie paste Oven worker, flour confectionery Table hand, flour confectionery Maker, noodle Presser, noodle extruding Concher, chocolate Confectioner Grinder, chocolate Maker, chocolate Mixer, chocolate Presser, chocolate production Refiner, chocolate Cutter, sugar confectionery Maker, confectionery
243

7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412 7412

Mixer, sugar confectionery Roller, sugar confectionery Baker, biscuit Dipper, sugar confectionery Maker, biscuit Maker, chewing-gum Moulder, chocolate Oven worker, biscuits Temperer, chocolate Maker, yeast

7413
7413 7413 7413 7413

Dairy-products makers
Maker, dairy products Maker, butter Maker, cheese Maker, ice cream

7414
7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414 7414

Fruit, vegetable and related preserves
Maker, sugar/traditional methods Pickler, fruit Pickler, vegetables Canner, fruit Canner, vegetable Preserver, fruit Preserver, vegetable Expeller, oil Maker, fruit juice Maker, vegetable juice Preserver, fruit juice Preserver, vegetable juice

7415
7415 7415 7415 7415

Food and beverage tasters and graders
Grader, meat Grader, food Grader, vegetable Taster, food
244

7415 7415 7415 7415 7415 7415 7415 7415

Taster, icecream Taster, juice Taster, coffee Taster, tea Taster, liquor Taster, wine Grader, fruit Grader, oil

7416
7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416

Tobacco preparers and tobacco products makers
Grader, tobacco Blender, tobacco Bulker, tobacco Mixer, tobacco Conditioner, tobacco leaves Dipper, tobacco Tobacco worker, conditioning Stemmer, tobacco Stripper, tobacco leaf Tobacco worker, leaf stemming Tobacco worker, leaf stripping Cutter, tobacco Tobacco worker, cutting Drier, tobacco Dryer, tobacco Flavourer, tobacco Stover, tobacco Tobacco worker, drying Maker, cigar Moulder, cigar Roller, cigar Presser, cigar Sorter, cigar Maker, cigarette Blender, snuff Drier, snuff
245

7416 7416 7416 7416 7416 7416

Grinder, snuff Maker, snuff Mixer, snuff Screener, snuff Maker, tobacco cake Maker, tobacco plug

7417
7417

Sour milk producer
Sour milk producer

7419
742

Food processing and related trades workers not elsewhere classified
WOOD TREATERS, CABINET-MAKERS AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7421
7421 7421 7421 7421 7421 7421 7421 7421

Wood treaters
Wood seasoner Dipper, wood treatment Impregnator, wood Wood treater Wood incising worker Woodworker, treating Grader, wood Wood grader

7422
7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422

Cabinet-makers and related workers
Maker, paper Cabinetmaker Maker, cabinet Maker, chair Maker, clock case Maker, instrument case Maker, frame Maker, piano case Tenoner Builder, coach body/wooden Builder, vehicle body/ wooden Builder, vehicle frame/ wooden
246

7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422 7422

Cartwright Wheelwright Cooper Maker, barrel Maker, cask Maker, tank/wooden Pattern-maker, wood patterns Maker, model/ wooden Carver, wood Veneer applier Finisher, wooden furniture Stainer, wooden furniture Varnisher, wooden furniture Maker, pipe/smoking Maker, pipe/smoking(wood) Inlayer, marquetry Bender, wood Maker, clog Maker, coffin Maker, ladder/wood Maker, picture frame Maker, sports equipment/ wood Marker, woodworking Maker, furniture/cane

7423
7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423

Woodworking-machine setters and setter-operators
Setter, woodworking machine Setter-operator, woodworking machine Sawyer, precision woodworking Sawyer, wood Setter-operator, fret-saw/ woodworking Setter-operator, jigsaw/ woodworking Tuner, wood Turner, wood Wood tuner Wood turner
247

7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423 7423

Setter-operator, lathe/ woodworking Setter-operator, shaping machine/woodworking Setter-operator, routing machine/woodworking Setter-operator, planing machine/woodworking Setter-operator, carving machine/woodworking Borer, wood Woodworker, dovetailing Woodworker, dowelling Woodworker, morticing Woodworker, sanding Woodworker, tenoning

7424
7424 7424 7424 7424 7424 7424 7424 7424 7424 7424 743

Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers
Creeler Maker, basket Weaver, basket Maker, brush Maker, broom Maker, furniture/basket Maker, furniture/wicker Weaver, straw Maker, footwear/raffia Maker, toy/wooden TEXTILE, GARMENT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS

7431
7431 7431 7431 7431 7431 7431 7431 7431 7431 7431

Fibre preparers
Preparer, fibre/textiles Classer, fibre/textiles Grader, fibre/textiles Scourer, wool Blender, fibre/textiles Picker, fibre/textiles Carder, fibre/textiles Fibre lapper, textiles Sliver lapper Comber, fibre/textiles
248

7431 7431 7431 7431 7431 7431

Drawer, fibre/textiles Rover, fibre/ textiles Opener, fibre/ textiles Teaser, textiles Bleacher, fibre/textiles Willeyer

7432
7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432 7432

Weavers, knitters and related workers
Spinner, thread and yarn Fixer, loom Fixer, loom/ jacquard Fixer, loom, weaving Setter, loom Setter, knitting-machine Drawer-in, textile weaving Threader, loom Weaver, cloth Maker, tapestry Weaver, tapestry Weaver, jacquard Weaver, carpet Repairer, fabrics Stripper, bobbin Tufter, carpet weaving Knitter Knitter, garments Ribbon lapper Maker, braid Crocheter Maker, fishing net Maker, net Maker, safety net

7433
7433 7433

Tailors, dressmakers and hatters
Wardrobe mistress, stage and studio Coner, hat forms
249

7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433 7433

Tailor Tailor, bespoke Tailor, garment/made-to-measure Tailor, garment/ready-to-wear Dressmaker Maker, gown Clothes finisher Dressmaker, theatrical Maker, blouse Maker, corset Maker, lingerie Maker, shirt Tailor, alteration Tailor, theatrical Maker, hat Milliner Maker, cap Maker, wig

7434
7434 7434 7434 7434 7434 7434 7434 7434

Furriers and related workers
Fur tailor Furrier Grader, fur Matcher, fur Sorter, fur Cutter, fur Nailer, fur Trimmer, fur

7435
7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435

Textile, leather and related pattern-makers and cutters
Jacquard design copyist Pattern-maker, fur Pattern-maker, garment Pattern-maker, caps Pattern-maker, hats Marker, garment
250

7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435 7435

Cutter, garment Cutter, tailor's Cutter, glove Cutter, mattress Cutter, sail Cutter, tent Cutter, umbrella Cutter, upholstery Pattern-maker, gloves Pattern-maker, mattresses Pattern-maker, sails Pattern-maker, tents Pattern-maker, umbrellas Pattern-maker, upholstery

7436
7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436 7436

Sewers, embroiderers and related workers
Seamstress Sewer Sewer, garments Sewer, textile Sewer, fur Embroiderer Sewer, hat Sewer, mattress Sewer, sail Sewer, tent Sewer, upholstery Maker, awning Maker, sail, tent and awning Maker, tent Maker, umbrella Maker, artificial flower Maker, carpet Sewer, footwear Sewer, leather Maker, toy/dolls and stuffed toys
251

7436 7436

Maker, toy/stuffed toys Maker, toy/soft toys

7437
7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 7437 744

Upholsterers and related workers
Upholsterer, furniture Upholsterer, aircraft Upholsterer, automobile Upholsterer, railway carriage Upholsterer, vehicle Maker, mattress Maker, bedding Maker, furniture/soft furnishing Maker, quilt Maker, soft furnishing Upholsterer, soft furnishing PELT, LEATHER AND SHOEMAKING TRADES WORKERS

7441
7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441

Pelt dressers, tanners and fellmongers
Classer, hide Classer, skin Grader, hide Grader, skin Fellmonger Dehairer, hide Flesher, hide Flesher-dehairer, hide Splitter, hide Tanner Tanner, hide Tanner, leather Currier, leather Dyer, vat, leather Dyer-stainer, leather Stainer, leather Buffer, leather Dyer, leather
252

7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441 7441

Dyer-stainer Dyer-stainer, spray Polisher, leather Stretcher, leather Dresser, pelt Classer, pelt Grader, pelt Flesher, pelt Plucker-trimmer, pelt Puller, pelt Dyer, pelt Finisher, pelt Stretcher, pelt Dyer, vat/pelt Pickler, pelt Shaver, fur

7442
7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442

Shoe-makers and related workers
Maker, footwear Shoemaker Shoemaker, bespoke Maker, footwear/orthopaedic Maker, surgical footwear Shoemaker, orthopaedic Cobbler Repairer, footwear Maker, footwear/sport Maker, sports equipment/ footwear Shoemaker, sports Pattern-maker, footwear Cutter, footwear/clicker Cutter, footwear Burnisher, footwear/uppers Cementer, footwear/uppers Fitter, footwear/uppers Folder, footwear/uppers
253

7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 7442 749

Preparer, footwear/uppers Skiver, footwear Presser, footwear/soles Channeller, footwear/soles Fitter, footwear/soles Grader, footwear/soles Preparer, footwear/soles Rounder, footwear Sorter, footwear Splitter, footwear Laster, footwear Burnisher, footwear/heels Finisher, footwear Stainer, footwear Taker-off, footwear finishing Trimmer, footwear finishing Eyeletter, footwear Polisher, footwear Socker, footwear Maker, leather goods Maker, harness Maker, saddle Saddler Cutter, leather Maker, horse collar Maker, panel/saddlery Maker, whip Shoemaker, raffia OTHER CRAFT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

7490
7491 7492 8

Other craft and related trades workers not elsewhere classified
Basket maker Grass broom maker PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS

254

81 811

STATIONARY-PLANT AND RELATED OPERATORS MINING- AND MINERAL-PROCESSING-PLANT OPERATORS

8111
8111 8111 8111 8111 8111

Mining-plant operators
Machine-operator, channelling/mine Machine-operator, cutting/ mine Machine-operator, drilling/ mine Machine-operator, drilling/ quarry Machine-operator, mining/ continuous

8112
8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112 8112

Mineral-ore- and stone-processing-plant operators
Machine-operator, mineral processing Machine-operator, stone processing Operator, mineral-processing plant Operator, stone-processing plant Machine-operator, splitting/ stone Machine-operator, crushing/ coal Machine-operator, crushing/ mineral ore Machine-operator, crushing/ rock Machine-operator, crushing/ stone Machine-operator, milling/ minerals Machine-operator, milling/ stone Machine-operator, pulverising/minerals Tender, jig Flotation worker, copper Flotation worker, minerals Flotation worker, molybdenum Precipitator, gold Precipitator, silver Operator, breaker/gyratory Operator, cone/mine Operator, gravitation equipment/mine Cyanide worker, separation equipment Machine-operator, magnetic ore processing Machine-operator, washing/ minerals Machine-operator, cutting/ stone
255

8112 8112 8112 8112

Machine-operator, grinding/ stone Machine-operator, planing/ stone Machine-operator, sawing/ stone Machine-operator, drilling/ stone

8113
8113 8113 8113 8113 8113 8113 812

Well drillers and borers and related workers
Operator, derrick/oil and gas wells Operator, drilling equipment/ rotary, (oil and gas wells) Operator, drilling equipment/ cable (oil and gas wells) Operator, pulling equipment/ oil and gas wells Operator, boring equipment/ wells Operator, drilling equipment/ wells METAL-PROCESSING-PLANT OPERATORS

8121
8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121 8121

Ore and metal furnace operators
Furnace-operator, converting/steel Furnace-operator, refining/ steel Furnace-operator, smelting/ metal Furnace-operator, smelting/ metal (blast furnace) Furnace-operator, refining/ steel (open-hearth furnace) Furnace-operator, converting/steel (oxygen furnace) Furnace-operator, converting/steel (Bessemer furnace) Furnace-operator, converting/steel (Thomas furnace) Furnace-operator, refining/ steel (electric-arc furnace) Furnace-operator, converting/non-ferrous metal Furnace-operator, refining/ non-ferrous metal Furnace-operator, puddling

8122
8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122

Metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators
Operator, rolling-mill/steel (hot-rolling) Operator, rolling-mill/steel (continuous) Operator, rolling-mill/steel (cold-rolling) Operator, rolling-mill/non-ferrous metal Operator, rolling-mill/ seamless pipe and tube Manipulator, rolling-mill Furnace-operator, melting/ metal
256

8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122 8122

Furnace-operator, melting/ metal (crucible furnace) Furnace-operator, melting/ metal (electric-arc furnace) Furnace-operator, melting/ metal (open-hearth furnace) Furnace-operator, melting/ metal (reverberatory furnace) Furnace-operator, melting/ metal (cupola furnace) Furnace-operator, reheating/ metal Machine-operator, casting/ metal Machine-operator, pouring/ metal Operator, ladle/metal pouring Machine-operator, casting/centrifugal (cylindrical metal products) Machine-operator, casting/ die (non-ferrous metal) Machine-operator, casting/ continuous rod (non-ferrous metal)

8123
8123 8123 8123 8123 8123 8123 8123 8123 8123 8123

Metal-heat-treating-plant operators
Annealer Furnace-operator, annealing/ metal Furnace-operator, hardening/ metal Furnace-operator, heat-treating/metal Operator, heat-treating plant/ metal Furnace-operator, case-hardening/metal Nitrider Operator, carbonation equipment/metal Machine-operator, tempering/ metal Machine-operator, mixing/ metal

8124
8124 8124 8124 8124 8124 8124 813

Metal drawers and extruders
Machine-operator, drawing/ wire Machine-operator, drawing/ metal Machine-operator, drawing/ seamless pipe Machine-operator, drawing/ seamless tube Machine-operator, extruding/ metal Press-operator, extruding/ metal GLASS, CERAMICS AND RELATED PLANT OPERATORS

8131
8131

Glass and ceramics kiln and related machine operators
Machine-operator, bending/ glass
257

8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131

Machine-operator, cutting/ glass Machine-operator, grinding/ glass Machine-operator, blowing/ glass Machine-operator, bottle production Machine-operator, moulding/ glass Machine-operator, pressing/ glass Machine-operator, drawing/ glass Machine-operator, rolling/ plate glass Machine-operator, polishing/ plate glass Kiln-operator, float glass bath Machine-operator, polishing/ glass lens Machine-operator, glass rod production Machine-operator, glass tube production Machine-operator, drilling/ glass Operator, ladle/glass Machine-operator, pottery and porcelain production Machine-operator, casting/ pottery and porcelain Machine-operator, drilling/ pottery Machine-operator, glass production Machine-operator, glass products Furnace-operator, glass production Furnace-operator, smelting/ glass Furnace-operator, annealing/ glass Furnace-operator, lehr Furnace-operator, tempering/ glass Machine-operator, tempering/ glass Kiln-operator, pottery and porcelain Kiln-operator, pottery and porcelain/biscuit kiln Kiln-operator, pottery and porcelain/dry kiln Kiln-operator, pottery and porcelain/glost kiln Kiln-operator, pottery and porcelain/oven kiln Machine-operator, ceramics production Kiln-operator, brick and tile Kiln-operator, brick and tile/ dry kiln Kiln-operator, brick and tile/ oven kiln
258

8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131 8131

Kiln-operator, brick and tile/ retort kiln Kiln-operator, tile/biscuit kiln Kiln-operator, tile/glost kiln Machine-operator, engraving/ glass Machine-operator, etching/ glass Operator, sandblasting equipment/glass Machine-operator, finishing/ glass Machine-operator, polishing/ glass Machine-operator, painting/ glass Machine-operator, painting/ ceramics Machine-operator, plating/ glass

8139
8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 8139 814

Glass, ceramics and related plant operators not elsewhere classified
Operator, die-press/pottery and porcelain Press-operator, extruding/ clay Machine-operator, mixing/ glass Machine-operator, grinding/ clay Machine-operator, mixing/ clay Kiln-operator, frit Machine-operator, glaze production Machine-operator, grinding/ glaze Machine-operator, mixing/ glaze Machine-operator, mixing/ abrasives Machine-operator, glass-fibre production Operator, pug-mill/clay Press-operator, filtering/clay WOOD-PROCESSING-AND PAPERMAKINGPLANT OPERATORS

8141
8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141

Wood-processing-plant operators
Machine-operator, seasoning/wood Machine-operator, treating/ wood Lathe-operator, cutting/ wood Machine-operator, boring/ wood Machine-operator, drilling/ wood Machine-operator, milling/ wood Machine-operator, planing/ wood
259

8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141 8141

Machine-operator, wood processing Operator, sawmill Operator, wood-processing plant Sawyer, sawmill Machine-operator, sawing/ wood Sawyer, edge Operator, band saw Operator, sawmill/bandsaw Lathe-operator, cutting/ veneer Machine-operator, cutting/ veneer Machine-operator, cutting/ wood Machine-operator, plywood core laying Press-operator, plywood Press-operator, veneer Machine-operator, shaping/ wood Machine-operator, shaving/ wood Machine-operator, tempering/ wood Operator, cut-off saw/barrel staves Operator, cut-off saw/log staves

8142
8142 8142 8142 8142 8142 8142 8142 8142 8142 8142 8142

Paper-pulp plant operators
Operator, paper-pulp plant Machine-operator, grinding/ wood Machine-operator, pulping/ wood Machine-operator, chipping/ wood Operator, chipper/paper pulp Operator, boiler/paper pulp Operator, digester/paper pulp Operator, bleacher/paper Operator, beater/paper pulp Operator, refinery/paper pulp Operator, screener/paper pulp

8143
8143 8143

Papermaking-plant operators
Machine-operator, cardboard production Machine-operator, papermaking
260

8143 8143 8143 8143 8143 8143 8143 815

Machine-operator, papermaking/back end Operator, papermaking plant Machine-operator, papermaking/wet end Operator, supercalender Machine-operator, coating/ paper Operator, combiner/paper production Press-operator, hardboard CHEMICAL-PROCESSING-PLANT OPERATORS

8151
8151 8151 8151 8151 8151 8151 8151 8151

Crushing-, grinding- and chemical-mixingmachinery operators
Machine-operator, crushing/ chemical and related processes Machine-operator, grinding/ chemical and related processes Machine-operator, milling/ chemical and related processes Machine-operator, pulverising/chemical and related processes Operator, mill/chemical and related processes Machine-operator, blending/ chemical and related processes Machine-operator, compounding/chemical and related processes Machine-operator, mixing/ chemical and related processes

8152
8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152 8152

Chemical-heat-treating-plant operators
Operator, heat-treating plant/ chemical and related processes Operator, boiler/chemical and related processes Operator, cooking equipment/chemical and related processes Operator, kettle/chemical and related processes Operator, roasting equipment/chemical and related processes Furnace-operator, chemical and related processes Kiln-operator, chemical and related processes Operator, burner/chemical and related processes Operator, calciner/chemical and related processes Operator, chemical and related processing plant Operator, drier/chemical and related processes Operator, oven/chemical and related processes Operator, retort/chemical and related processes Kiln-operator, cement production Operator, autoclave/chemical and related processes Operator, cement production plant
261

8152

Operator, spray-drier/ chemical and related processes

8153
8153 8153 8153 8153 8153 8153 8153 8153 8153 8153 8153

Chemical-filtering and separating-equipment
Operator, filter/chemical and related processes Filter-press operator/ chemical and related materials Operator, expeller/chemical and related materials Operator, filter/rotary drum Operator, centrifugal separator/chemical and related processes Operator, separator/chemical and related processes Operator, dehydrator/oilfield Operator, treating equipment/ crude oil Operator, extractor/chemical and related materials Operator, screener/chemical and related materials Operator, sifting equipment/ chemical and related materials

8154
8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154 8154

Chemical-still and reactor operators (exept petroleum and natural gas)
Operator, distiller/batch chemical processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, still/batch chemical processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, distiller/ continuous chemical processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, still/continuous chemical processes Operator, converter/ chemical processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, reactor-converter/ chemical processes Operator, reactor/chemical processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, evaporator/ chemical processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, vacuum pan/ chemical and related processes (except petroleum and natural gas) Operator, extractor/wood distillation Operator, distiller/turpentine Operator, still/turpentine

8155
8155 8155 8155 8155 8155 8155

Petroleum- and natural-gas-refining-plant
Operator, treater/ desulphurisation (petroleum and natural gas refining) Operator, treater/petroleum and natural gas refining Operator, pumping-station/ petroleum and natural gas Operator, refinery/petroleum and natural gas Operator, still-pump/ petroleum and natural gas refining Operator, distiller/petroleum and natural gas refining
262

8155 8155 8155 8155 8155

Operator, still/petroleum and natural gas refining Operator, control-panel/ petroleum and natural gas refinery Operator, blender/petroleum and natural gas refining (ethyl) Operator, compounder/ petroleum and natural gas refining Operator, paraffin plant

8159
8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 8159 816

Chemical-processing-plant operators not elsewhere classified
Operator, bleacher/ chemicals Kiln-operator, coke/retort kiln Machine-operator, coke production Operator, burner/coke production Operator, coke production plant Operator, oven/coke production Machine-operator, coal gas/ liquid fuel production Operator, retort/coal gas Kiln-operator, charcoal production Machine-operator, charcoal production Operator, burner/charcoal production Machine-operator, synthetic-fibre production Operator, synthetic-fibre production plant Hot cell technician Operator, chemical processing plant/radioactive materials Operator, treater/radioactive waste Machine-operator, fertiliser production Operator, chemical processing plant/electric cells Operator, fertiliser plant Operator, liquefaction plant/ gases Operator, rubber processing plant POWER-PRODUCTION AND RELATED PLANT OPERATORS

8161
8161 8161 8161 8161 8161

Power-production plant operators
Operator, generator/electric power Operator, generator/electric power (steam) Operator, steam power plant Operator, generator/electric power (hydroelectric) Operator, hydroelectric power plant
263

8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161 8161

Operator, nuclear power plant Operator, reactor/nuclear power Operator, turbine/electricity generation Operator, turbine/power station Operator, switchboard/ electrical power station Operator, switchboard/ power station generator Dispatcher, load/electrical power station Operator, electric power plant Operator, gas plant/electric power generation Operator, geo-thermal power plant Operator, natural gas plant/ electric power generating Operator, rectifier/electric current Operator, solar power plant Operator, tidal power plant Operator, wind-energy plant/ electric power generating

8162
8162 8162 8162 8162 8162 8162 8162 8162

Steam-engine and boiler operators
Fireperson, boiler plant Operator, boiler plant/steam Operator, steam engine Fireperson, ship Operator, boiler/ship Stoker, ship Fireperson, locomotive boiler Operator, boiler/locomotive

8163
8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163

Incinirator, water-treatment and related plant
Operator, compressor/air Operator, compressor/gas Operator, pumping-station/ water Operator, pumping-station/ except petroleum and natural gas Operator, filter/water Operator, purification plant/ water Operator, treater/water Operator, water purification plant Operator, water treatment plant
264

8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 8163 817

Furnace-operator, refuse disposal Operator, incinerator/refuse disposal Machine-operator, ice production Operator, cooling plant Operator, freezer Operator, refrigeration system Operator, heating plant Operator, ventilation equipment Operator, desilting basin Operator, reservoir/water Operator, sewage plant Tender, water dam AUTOMATED-ASSEMBLY-LINE AND INDUSTRIAL-ROBOT OPERATORS

8171
8171 8171

Automated-assembly-line operators
Machine-operator, automated assembly line Operator, assembly-line/ automated

8172
8172 819

Industrial-robot operators
Operator, robot STATIONARY-PLANT AND RELATED OPERATORS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

8190
82 821

Stationary-plant and related operators not elsewhere classified
MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS METAL-AND MINERAL-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8211
8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211

Machine-tool operators
Machine-operator, jewellery production Machine-operator, moulding/ metal Machine-operator, core-blowing Machine-operator, coremaking/ metal Machine-operator, coremaking/tube Machine-operator, forging/ metal Machine-operator, tool production Machine-operator, machine tool Machine-operator, metal products
265

8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211

Operator, machine-tool Lathe-operator, capstan/ metalworking Lathe-operator, centre/ metalworking Lathe-operator, engine/ metalworking Lathe-operator, metalworking Lathe-operator, turret/ metalworking Machine-operator, milling/ metal Machine-operator, planing/ metal Machine-operator, boring/ metal Machine-operator, drilling/ metal Machine-operator, reaming/ metal Machine-operator, grinding/ metal Machine-operator, precision grinding/metal Machine-operator, honing/ metal Machine-operator, sawing/ metal Machine-operator, automatic transfer/components Machine-operator, lapping/ metal Machine-operator, shaping/ metal Machine-operator, burnishing/metal Machine-operator, sharpening/metal Machine-operator, grinding/ machine-tool Machine-operator, grinding/ tool Machine-operator, buffing/ metal Machine-operator, spinning/ metal Machine-operator, forming/ metal Press-operator, metal/except forging Press-operator, punching/ metal Press-operator, stamping/ metal Machine-operator, bending/ metal Machine-operator, cutting/ metal Machine-operator, shearing/ metal Operator, power-shear Machine-operator, cable production Machine-operator, engraving/ metal Machine-operator, minting/ metal
266

8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211 8211

Machine-operator, needle production Machine-operator, nut production/metal Machine-operator, pipe production Machine-operator, rivet production Machine-operator, sports equipment/metal Machine-operator, wire goods production Machine-operator, wiring/ electric Machine-operator, clock production Machine-operator, watch production Machine-operator, armature production Machine-operator, commutator production Machine-operator, welding/ metal Machine-operator, flamecutting/metal Machine-operator, boiler production Machine-operator, riveting Machine-operator, etching/ metal Machine-operator, toy production/metal

8212
8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212 8212

Cement and other mineral products machine operators
Cement and other mineral products machine operators Machine-operator, mineral products Machine-operator, stone products Machine-operator, finishing/ stone Machine-operator, polishing/ stone Lathe-operator, stoneworking Machine-operator, cutting/ stone products Machine-operator, carving/ stone products Machine-operator, engraving/ stone Machine-operator, industrial-diamonds production Machine-operator, cutting/ industrial diamonds Machine-operator, polishing/ industrial diamonds Machine-operator, cast-concrete products Machine-operator, asbestos-cement products Machine-operator, cement products Machine-operator, artificial stone products Machine-operator, cast-stone products
267

8212 8212 8212 8212 822

Machine-operator, abrasive-coatings production Machine-operator, cutting/ mosiac Machine-operator, finishing/ concrete Operator, concrete-mixing plant CHEMICAL-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8221
8221 8221 8221 8221 8221 8221 8221

Pharmaceutical- and toiletery-products machine operators
Machine-operator, detergent production Machine-operator, pharmaceutical products Machine-operator, toiletries production Operator, distilling equipment/perfume Operator, granulation equipment/pharmaceutical and toiletry products Operator, moulding equipment/toiletries Operator, still/perfume

8222
8222 8222 8222 8222

Ammunition- and explosive-products machine operators
Machine-operator, ammunition products Machine-operator, explosives production Machine-operator, fireworks production Machine-operator, match production

8223
8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223

Metal-finishing-, plating- and coating-machine operators
Electroplater Machine-operator, electroplating/metal Machine-operator, refining/ metal Machine-operator, dipping/ metal Machine-operator, galvanising/metal Machine-operator, plating/ metal Machine-operator, coating/ metal Machine-operator, coating/ wire Machine-operator, plating/ wire Machine-operator, spraying/ metal Anodiser Sherardiser Machine-operator, bluing/ metal Fettler
268

8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223 8223

Machine-operator, finishing/ cast metal articles Machine-operator, shotblasting/metal Operator, sandblasting equipment/metal Machine-operator, degreasing/metal Operator, cleaning equipment/metal Machine-operator, finishing/ metal Machine-operator, laminating/metal Machine-operator, polishing/ metal Machine-operator, painting/ metal

8224
8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224 8224

Photographic-products machine operators
Machine-operator, photographic products Machine-operator, developing/photography Machine-operator, film developing Machine-operator, photographic film developing Machine-operator, printing/ photography (black-and-white) Machine-operator, printing/ photography (colour) Machine-operator, enlarging/ photography Machine-operator, developing/motion picture film Machine-operator, film paper production Machine-operator, photographic film production Machine-operator, photographic paper production Machine-operator, photographic plate production

8229
8229 8229 8229 8229 8229 8229 8229 8229 823

Chemical-products machine operators not elsewhere classified
Machine-operator, chlorine gas production Machine-operator, halogen gas production Machine-operator, hydrogen gas production Machine-operator, lead production Machine-operator, washing/ chemical and related materials Machine-operator, linoleum production Machine-operator, candle production Machine-operator, pencil production RUBBER- AND PLASTIC-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8231

Rubber-products machine operators
269

8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231 8231

Machine-operator, compounding/rubber Machine-operator, extruding/ rubber Machine-operator, milling/ rubber Machine-operator, rubber processing Operator, calender/rubber Machine-operator, moulding/ tyres Machine-operator, moulding/ rubber Machine-operator, coating/ rubber Machine-operator, embossing/rubber Machine-operator, rubber products Machine-operator, vulcanising/rubber goods Machine-operator, vulcanising/tyres Machine-operator, rebuilding/ tyres Machine-operator, tyre production Machine-operator, rubber stamp production

8232
8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 8232 824

Plastic-products machine operators
Machine-operator, plastic products Machine-operator, plastics production Machine-operator, injection moulding/plastics Machine-operator, compression moulding/ plastics Machine-operator, extruding/ plastics Machine-operator, laminating/plastics Machine-operator, fabrication/plastic products Machine-operator, buffing/ plastics Machine-operator, carving/ plastics Machine-operator, casting/ plastic products Machine-operator, cutting/ plastics Machine-operator, drilling/ plastics Machine-operator, etching/ plastics Machine-operator, finishing/ plastics Machine-operator, grinding/ plastics Machine-operator, moulding/ plastics WOOD-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8240

Wood-products machine operators
270

8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 8240 825

Machine-operator, wood products Production worker, wood products Machine-operator, woodworking Lathe-operator, woodworking Machine-operator, carving/ wood Machine-operator, engraving/ wood Machine-operator, etching/ wood Machine-operator, finishing/ wood Machine-operator, polishing/ wood Machine-operator, furniture production Machine-operator, bending/ wood Machine-operator, marking/ wood Machine-operator, sports equipment/wood Machine-operator, painting/ wood Machine-operator, toy production/wood PRINTING-, BINDING- AND PAPER-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8251
8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251 8251

Printing-machine operators
Machine-operator, casting/ printing type Machine-operator, photo-typesetting Machine-operator, printing Operator, letterpress/ cylinder Press-operator, printing/ cylinder Operator, letterpress/platen Press-operator, printing/ platen Operator, letterpress/rotary Press-operator, printing/ rotary Press-operator, printing/ offset Press-operator, printing/ rotary offset Press-operator, printing/ offset lithographic Press-operator, printing/ direct lithographic Press-operator, printing/ rotogravure Press-operator, printing/ wallpaper Machine-operator, printing/ textiles

271

8252
8252 8252

Bookbinding-machine operators
Machine-operator, bookbinding Machine-operator, embossing/books

8253
8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 8253 826

Paper-products machine operators
Machine-operator, paper products Machine-operator, paperboard products Machine-operator, paper box production Machine-operator, lining/ cardboard Machine-operator, cutting/ paper-boxes Machine-operator, folding/ paper boxes Machine-operator, envelope and paper bag production Machine-operator, cellophane bag production Machine-operator, polythene bag production Machine-operator, cardboard products Machine-operator, embossing/paper TEXTILE-, FUR- AND LEATHER-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8261
8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261 8261

Fibre-preparing-, spinning- and winding-machine operators
Machine-operator, spinning/ synthetic fibre Machine-operator, fibre preparing Machine-operator, textile fibre preparing Machine-operator, blending/ textile fibres Machine-operator, lapping/ ribbon Machine-operator, lapping/ sliver Machine-operator, lapping/ textile fibres Machine-operator, combing/ textile fibres Machine-operator, drawing-frame/textile fibres Machine-operator, roving-frame/textile fibres Machine-operator, washing/ textile fibres Machine-operator, spinning/ thread and yarn Machine-operator, doubling/ thread and yarn Machine-operator, twining/ thread and yarn Machine-operator, twisting/ thread and yarn Machine-operator, reeling/ thread and yarn Machine-operator, skeining/ thread and yarn
272

8261 8261 8261

Machine-operator, spooling/ thread and yarn Machine-operator, winding/ thread and yarn Baller, thread and yarn

8262
8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262 8262

Weaving- and knitting-machine operators
Jacquard card cutter Jacquard card lacer Machine-operator, warping/ beam (textile weaving) Machine-operator, drawing-in/textile weaving Machine-operator, threading/ loom Machine-operator, cloth production Machine-operator, weaving Machine-operator, weaving/ fabrics Machine-operator, weaving/ jacquard Operator, loom/jacquard Machine-operator, weaving/ laces Operator, loom/lace production Machine-operator, weaving/ carpets Operator, loom/carpet weaving Machine-operator, knitting Machine-operator, knitting/ garment Machine-operator, knitting/ hosiery Machine-operator, crocheting Machine-operator, lace production Machine-operator, net production Machine-operator, embroidery Machine-operator, carpet production

8263
8263 8263 8263 8263 8263 8263 8263

Sewing-machine operators
Machine-operator, sewing Machine-operator, sewing/ embroidery Machine-operator, sewing/ fur Machine-operator, sewing/ garments Machine-operator, sewing/ hats Machine-operator, sewing/ textile products Machine-operator, sewing/ upholstery
273

8263 8263

Machine-operator, sewing/ footwear Machine-operator, sewing/ leather

8264
8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264 8264

Bleaching-, dyeing- and cleaning-machine operators
Machine-operator, laundering Machine-operator, washing/ laundry Operator, cleaning equipment/laundry Machine-operator, dry-cleaning Machine-operator, laundry Machine-operator, pressing/ laundry Calenderer, laundry Machine-operator, drying/ laundry Operator, cleaning equipment/carpets Machine-operator, bleaching/ textiles Machine-operator, dyeing/ yarn Machine-operator, dyeing/ fabric Machine-operator, dyeing/ garments Machine-operator, washing/ cloth Machine-operator, washing/ yarn Operator, cleaning equipment/cloth Operator, cleaning equipment/textiles Machine-operator, degumming/silk Machine-operator, shrinking/ textiles Operator, fulling-mill/textiles Machine-operator, waterproofing/cloth Machine-operator, waterproofing/fabric Machine-operator, waterproofing/textiles Machine-operator, silk weighting Calenderer, cloth Operator, calender/textiles Press-operator, steam/ textiles Press-operator, textile Machine-operator, drying/ textiles Machine-operator, dyeing/ textile fibres

8265

Fur- and leather-preparing-machine operators
274

8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265 8265

Machine-operator, mixing/fur fibre Machine-operator, dehairing/ hide Machine-operator, fleshing/ hide Machine-operator, hide processing Machine-operator, tanning Machine-operator, leather preparing Machine-operator, staining/ leather Machine-operator, washing/ hide Machine-operator, fleshing/ pelt Machine-operator, finishing/ pelt Machine-operator, fur preparing Machine-operator, pelt processing Machine-operator, cutting/ leather

8266
8266 8266 8266 8266 8266

Shoemaking- and related machine operators
Machine-operator, footwear production Machine-operator, shoe production Machine-operator, footwear production/orthopaedic Machine-operator, footwear production/raffia Machine-operator, footwear production/sports

8269
8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 8269 827

Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators not elsewhere classified
Machine-operator, braid production Machine-operator, forming/ felt hoods Machine-operator, hat-making Blocker, hat Machine-operator, blocking/ hats Machine-operator, pattern-making/fur Machine-operator, pattern-making/leather Machine-operator, pattern-making/textiles Machine-operator, mattress production Machine-operator, cutting/ garments Machine-operator, cutting/ textiles FOOD AND RELATED PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS

8271

Meat- and fish-processing-machine operators
275

8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271 8271

Machine-operator, meat processing Machine-operator, meat products Machine-operator, washing/ carcasses Machine-operator, preserving/meat Machine-operator, canning/ fish Machine-operator, canning/ meat Machine-operator, preserving/fish Machine-operator, sterilising/ fish Machine-operator, sterilising/ meat Operator, autoclave/meat and fish Machine-operator, freezing/ fish Machine-operator, freezing/ meat Machine-operator, curing/ meat Machine-operator, fish processing Machine-operator, fish products

8272
8272 8272 8272 8272 8272 8272 8272 8272

Dairy-products machine operators
Machine-operator, dairy products Machine-operator, pasteurising/dairy products Machine-operator, pasteurising/milk Machine-operator, freezing/ dairy products Machine-operator, milk powder production Machine-operator, milk processing Operator, vacuum pan/ condensed milk Salter, cheese

8273
8273 8273 8273 8273 8273 8273 8273 8273 8273

Grain- and spice-milling-machine operators
Machine-operator, milling/ grain Operator, rolling-mill/grain Machine-operator, milling/ rice Machine-operator, milling/ spices Operator, rolling-mill/spices Machine-operator, grain processing Machine-operator, hulling/ grain Machine-operator, husking/ grain Machine-operator, milling/ mustard seeds
276

8274
8274 8274 8274 8274 8274 8274 8274 8274 8274

Baked-goods, cereal and chocolate-products machine operators
Machine-operator, bread production Machine-operator, chocolate products Machine-operator, pastry production Machine-operator, noodle production Machine-operator, chocolate production Machine-operator, conching/ chocolate Machine-operator, confectionery production Machine-operator, bakery products Machine-operator, pasta production

8275
8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275

Fruit-, vegetable- and nut-processing machine operators
Machine-operator, sterilising/ fruit Machine-operator, sterilising/ vegetables Operator, autoclave/fruit and vegetables Machine-operator, freezing/ fruit Machine-operator, freezing/ vegetables Machine-operator, dehydrating/foodstuffs Machine-operator, drying/ foodstuffs Operator, vacuum oven/ foodstuffs Machine-operator, canning/ fruit Machine-operator, canning/ vegetables Machine-operator, fruit processing Machine-operator, preserving/fruit Machine-operator, preserving/vegetables Machine-operator, vegetable processing Machine-operator, washing/ fruit Machine-operator, washing/ vegetables Operator, evaporation equipment/food essences Operator, vacuum pan/food essences Press-operator, fruit Machine-operator, edible oil production Machine-operator, milling/ oil-seed Press-operator, edible oils Machine-operator, refining/ oils and fats
277

8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275 8275

Operator, autoclave/oils and fats Operator, hydrogenation equipment/oils and fats Machine-operator, blanching/ edible nuts Machine-operator, edible nut processing Machine-operator, fruit juice production Machine-operator, margarine processing Machine-operator, vegetable juice production

8276
8276 8276 8276 8276 8276 8276 8276

Sugar production machine operators
Machine-operator, refining/ sugar Machine-operator, sugar production Operator, grinding equipment/sugar-cane Operator, diffuser/beet sugar Operator, carbonation equipment/sugar refining Operator, crystallising equipment/sugar refining Machine-operator, refining/ sugar (continuous)

8277
8277 8277 8277 8277 8277 8277 8277 8277

Tea-, coffee- and cocoa-processing machine operators
Machine-operator, coffee-bean processing Machine-operator, tea-leaf processing Machine-operator, blending/, coffee Machine-operator, blending/, tea Operator, roasting equipment/ coffee Operator, roasting equipment/cocoa bean Machine-operator, cocoa-bean processing Winnower, cocoa bean

8278
8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278

Brewers-, wine- and other beverage machine operators
Machine-operator, distilling/, spirits Operator, still/ spirits Brewer Machine-operator, brewing/, spirits Machine-operator, soft-drinks production Machine-operator, malting/, spirits Maltster Operator, germination equipment, malting/ spirits
278

8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278 8278

Steeper, malting Kiln-operator, malting/spirits Operator, cooking equipment/malt Operator, fermentation equipment/spirits Operator, winemaking plant Machine-operator, vinegar making Machine-operator, blending/ spirits Machine-operator, blending/ wine Machine-operator, liqueur production Machine-operator, washing/ bottles

8279
8279 8279 8279 8279 8279 8279 8279 8279 828

Tobacco production machine operators
Machine-operator, tobacco processing Machine-operator, tobacco products Machine-operator, blending/ tobacco Operator, vacuum-conditioner/tobacco processing Machine-operator, stripping/ tobacco leaf Machine-operator, cutting/ tobacco leaf Machine-operator, cigar production Machine-operator, cigarette production ASSEMBLERS

8281
8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281

Mechanical-machinery assemblers
Assembler, industrial machinery Assembler, mechanical machinery Assembler, vehicle Machine-operator, assembly line/vehicles Machine-operator, assembly-line/aircraft Assembler, engine/internal combustion Assembler, engine/motor vehicles Assembler, aircraft Assembler, engine/aircraft Assembler, engine/marine Assembler, turbine Assembler, machine-tool Assembler, mining machinery
279

8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281 8281

Assembler, printing machinery Assembler, textile machinery Assembler, woodworking machinery Assembler, agricultural machinery Assembler, earth-moving equipment Assembler, engines/steam Machine-operator, assembly-line/except vehicles and aircraft Machine-operator, vehicle assembly

8282
8282 8282 8282 8282 8282 8282

Electrical-equipment assemblers
Assembler, electrical equipment Machine-operator, winding/ armature Machine-operator, winding/ rotor coil Machine-operator, winding/ stator coil Machine-operator, winding/ transformer coil Assembler, electrical components

8283
8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283 8283

Electronic-equipment assemblers
Assembler, office machinery Assembler, chronometer Assembler, clock Assembler, watch Assembler, precision instrument Assembler, audio-visual equipment Assembler, electronic equipment Assembler, radio Assembler, television Assembler, electronic components Assembler, hearing aid Assembler, microelectronics equipment Machine-operator, winding/ filament

8284
8284 8284 8284

Metal-, rubber- and plastic-products assemblers
Assembler, metal products Assembler, furniture/sheet-metal Assembler, rubber products
280

8284

Assembler, plastic products

8285
8285 8285

Wood and related products assemblers
Assembler, furniture/wood and related materials Assembler, wood products

8286
8286 8286 8286 829

Paperboard, textile and related products assemblers
Assembler, textile products Assembler, leather products Assembler, paperboard products OTHER MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

8290
8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 8290 83

Other machine operators and assemblers not elsewhere classified
Operator, merry-go-round Machine-operator, pelletising Assembler, composite products Machine-operator, silicon chip production Operator, marking equipment, roads Machine-operator, insulation Machine-operator, drain installation Machine-operator, pipe installation Machine-operator, cable installation Machine-operator, electrical line installation Machine-operator, bottling Machine-operator, capping Machine-operator, filling/ containers Machine-operator, packing Machine-operator, sealing Machine-operator, wrapping Machine-operator, branding Machine-operator, labelling Machine-operator, marking/ goods Press-operator, baling Machine-operator, splicing/ cable and rope DRIVERS AND MOBILE-PLANT OPERATORS
281

831

LOCOMOTIVE-ENGINE DRIVERS AND RELATED WORKERS

8311
8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311 8311

Locomotive-engine drivers
Driver, locomotive Driver, railway engine Driver, railway engine/mine Driver, railway engine/quarry Driver, train Driver-assistant, locomotive Driver-assistant, railway-engine Driver-assistant, train Driver, elevated train Driver, train/elevated Driver, train/underground Driver, underground train Driver, engine/mine Driver, engine/quarry Driver, locomotive/mine Driver, locomotive/quarry Driver, shunting-engine

8312
8312 8312 8312 8312 8312 8312 8312 8312 8312 832

Railway brakers, signallers, shunters and related workers
Braker, train/freight Guard, freight train Guard, goods train Signaller, railway Braker, railway Coupler, railway yard Shunter, railway Braker, train/mine Braker, train/quarry MOTOR-VEHICLE DRIVERS AND RELATED WORKERS

8321
8321 8321

Motor-cycle drivers
Dispatch rider Driver, dispatch
282

8321 8321 8321 8321 8321 8321

Driver, motor cycle Driver, motor tricycle Driver, motor tricycle/goods Motor-cyclist Rider, dispatch Rider, motor cycle

8322
8322 8322 8322 8322 8322 8322 8322 8322 8322 8322

Car, taxi and van drivers
Driver, cab/ taxi Driver, taxi/motor-tricycle Driver, van Chauffeur, motor car Driver, ambulance Driver, car Driver, car delivery Driver, mail van Driver, motor car Driver, postal van

8323
8323 8323 8323 8323 8323 8323

Bus and tram drivers
Driver, streetcar Driver, tram Driver, tramcar Driver, bus Driver, motor bus Driver, trolley-bus

8324
8324 8324 8324 8324 8324 8324 8324 8324

Heavy truck and lorry drivers
Driver, dumper truck Driver, truck/dumper Operator, shuttle-car/mine Operator, shuttle-car/quarry Driver, lorry Driver, tanker Driver, trailer-truck Driver, truck
283

8324

Driver, truck/heavy

8325
8325 833

Taxi driver, minibus taxi driver
Taxi driver(informal/ shared/ long distance), minibus taxi AGRICULTURAL AND OTHER MOBILE PLANT OPERATORS

8331
8331 8331 8331 8331 8331 8331 8331 8331 8331 8331 8331

Motorised farm and forestry plant operators
Driver, tractor Operator, agricultural machinery Operator, baler/farm Operator, combiner/ agricultural Operator, harvester Operator, motorised farm equipment Operator, thresher Operator, motorised forestry equipment Operator, forestry machinery Driver, lumber carrier Driver, timber carrier

8332
8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332

Earth-moving- and related plant operators
Operator, earth-moving equipment Driver, excavating machine Operator, excavator Operator, shovel/mechanical Driver, digger/trench digging Driver, trench-digging machine Operator, digger/trench digging Driver, bulldozer Operator, bulldozer Operator, dredge Operator, piledriver Driver, road grader and scraper Operator, grader and scraper/construction Driver, road roller Driver, steamroller Operator, roadroller
284

8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332 8332

Operator, paving machinery/ concrete Operator, spreader/concrete paving (construction) Driver, tar-spreading machine Operator, paving machinery/ bituminous Operator, road-surface laying machinery Operator, spreader/asphalt Operator, spreader/tar Operator, drilling plant Operator, earth-boring machinery/construction Operator, spreader/stone (construction) Operator, tamping machinery/construction Operator, tunnelling machinery/construction

8333
8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333

Crane, hoist and related plant operators
Operator, crane Operator, hoist Operator, crane/bridge Operator, crane/gantry Operator, crane/stationary jib Operator, crane/tower Operator, crane/crawler Operator, crane/mobile Operator, crane/tractor Operator, hoist/construction Driver, cage/mine Operator, hoist/mine Banksman, mine Bankswoman, mine Onsetter, mine Operator, cage/mine Tender, skip Operator, donkey engine Operator, winch Operator, bridge Operator, bridge/bascule Operator, bridge/opening
285

8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333 8333

Operator, bridge/swing Operator, drawbridge Operator, stationary engine and related operator Operator, boat/derrick Operator, crane/floating Operator, crane/locomotive Operator, crane/railway Operator, cable car Operator, chair-lift Operator, conveyer Operator, elevator/material-handling Operator, ropeway/aerial Lock-keeper, canal or port Operator, lock/canal or port Attendant, dry dock Operator, sluice/dock Sluiceman, dock Sluicewoman, dock

8334
8334 8334 8334 834

Lifting-truck operators
Operator, truck/fork-lift Operator, truck/industrial Operator, truck/lifting SHIP’S DECK CREWS AND RELATED WORKERS

8340
8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340

Ship’s deck crews and related workers
Boatswain Crewman Crewwoman Sailor Seaman, able Seawoman, able Deck hand, ship Hand, deck Seaman, ordinary Seawoman, ordinary
286

8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 8340 839

Boatman Boatman, ferry Boatman, motor Boatman, tug Boatwoman Boatwoman, ferry Boatwoman, motor Boatwoman, tug Coxswain, lifeboat Crewman, dredger Crewman, yacht Crewwoman, dredger Crewwoman, yacht Hand, cable-ship Lifeboatman Lifeboatwoman Lighterman Lighterwoman Lightshipman Lightshipwoman Operator, barge Waterman Waterwoman Keeper, lighthouse Lighthouse keeper DRIVERS AND MOBILE-PLANT OPERATORS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

8390
9 91 911

Drivers and mobile-plant operators not elsewhere classified
ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS SALES AND SERVICES ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS STREET VENDORS AND RELATED WORKERS

9111
9111 9111

Street food vendors
Food and drink seller Sale of water
287

9111 9111 9111 9111 9111 9111

Vegetable seller Vendor, fresh-water Vendor, street/food Vendor, refreshments Vendor, refreshments/ cinema Vendor, refreshments/ theatre

9112
9112 9112 9112 9112 9112 9112 9112 9112 9112 9112 9112

Street vendors, non-food products
Hawker Pedlar Tinker Vendor, street/non-food products Newsvendor Clothing seller Flower seller (informal) Jumble seller Peddling Vendor, newspapers Vendor, theatre programme

9113
9113 9113 9113 9113 912

Door-to-door and telephone salespersons
Roundsman, distribution/ retail Roundswoman, distribution/ retail Salesperson, door-to-door Salesperson, telephone SHOE CLEANING AND OTHER STREET SERVICE ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS

9120
9120 9120 9120 9120 9120 9120 9120 9120

Shoe cleaning and other street service elementary occupations
Errand boy Errand girl Billposter Polisher, shoes Shiner, shoes Shoe-black Shoe-polisher Shoe-shiner
288

9120 9120 9120 913

Washer, hand/street (car windows) Car parking attendant Car washer DOMESTIC AND RELATED HELPERS, CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS

9131
9131 9131 9131 9131 9131 9131 9131 9131 9131

Domestic helpers and cleaners
Cleaner, domestic Helper, domestic Houseboy Housemaid Helper, domestic/parlour Domestic worker Charworker, domestic Washing and ironing and cleaner woman (informal) Cleaner

9132
9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132 9132

Helpers and cleaners in offices, hotels and other establishments
Helper, kitchen/non-domestic Chambermaid Maid, chamber Charworker, factory Charworker, hotel Charworker, office Charworker, restaurant Cleaner, hotel Cleaner, office Cleaner, restaurant Cleaner, aircraft Cleaner, bus Cleaner, train Hand, kitchen Cleaner, factory Carpet cleaner Washer, hand/dishes

9133

Hand-launderers and pressers
289

9133 9133 9133 9133 9133 9133 9133 914

Maid, linen Launderer, hand Washer, hand/laundry Dry-cleaner, hand Spotter, dry-cleaning Ironer, hand Presser, hand BUILDING CARETAKERS, WINDOW AND RELATED CLEANERS

9141
9141 9141 9141 9141 9141 9141 9141

Building caretakers
Concierge, building Concierge, building/cleaning Caretaker, building Caretaker, building/cleaning Janitor Sexton Verger

9142
9142 9142 9142 915

Vehicle, window and related cleaners
Cleaner, window Cleaner, vehicles Washer, hand/vehicle MESSENGERS, PORTERS, DOORKEEPERS AND RELATED WORKERS

9151
9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151

Messengers, package and luggage porters and deliverers
Deliverer, hand Messenger Messenger boy Messenger girl Messenger, office Messenger, telegraph Post-runner Runner post Runner, messages Deliverer, hand/newspapers Attendant, lift
290

9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151 9151

Bellboy Caddie, golf Cellarman Cellarwoman Night-watchman (informal) Parking indicator (informal) Porter, luggage

9152
9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152 9152

Doorkeepers, watchpersons and related workers
Collector, ticket Concierge, hotel desk Porter, hotel Gatekeeper Guard, art gallery Guard, museum Watchman Watchman, night Watchwoman Watchwoman, night Attendant, amusement park Attendant, cloakroom Attendant, fairground Attendant, fun-fair Attendant, lavatory Attendant, parking lot Attendant, rest-room Doorkeeper Usher

9153
9153 9153 9153 9153 9153 9153

Vending-machine money collectors, meter readers and related workers
Collector, coin machine Collector, coin meter Collector, turnstile Collector, vending machine Collector, vending machine, money Collector, vending machine, tokens
291

9153 916

Meter reader GARBAGE COLLECTORS AND RELATED LABOURERS

9161
9161 9161 9161 9161 9161 9161 9161 9161 9161 9161 9161

Garbage collectors
Collector, garbage Collector, refuse Dustman Dustwoman Bone collector Bottle collector Carton and paper scavenger Dung collector Fuel/wood collector Garbage dump scavenger Garbage tin scavenger

9162
9162 9162 9162 9162 9162 9162 9162 9162 9162 919

Sweepers and related labourers
Coalman Coalwoman Labourer, odd-jobbing Odd-job person Sweeper, factory Sweeper, house Sweeper, park Sweeper, street Sweeper, yard SALES AND SERVICES ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

9190
9190 92 921

Sales and services elementary occupations not elsewhere classified
Sales and services elementary occupations not elsewhere classified AGRICULTURAL, FISHERY AND RELATED LABOURERS AGRICULTURAL, FISHERY AND RELATED LABOURERS

9211
9211 9211

Farm-hands and labourers
Pastoralist Hand, farm
292

9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211

Hand, harvest Helper, farm Labourer, farm Hand, farm/field crops Labourer, farm/field crops Hand, farm/cotton picking Labourer, farm/cotton Cutter, sugar cane Hand, harvest/field crops Labourer, farm/potato digging Picker, cotton Hand, farm/citrus fruit Hand, farm/fruit picking Hand, farm/orchard Hand, farm/tea plucking Hand, harvest/orchard Picker, fruit Plucker, tea Hand, farm/livestock Stockman, livestock Stockwoman, livestock Cowherd Hand, ranch, cattle Labourer, cattle station Stockman, beef cattle Stockwoman, beef cattle Hand, ranch/sheep Stockman, sheep Stockwoman, sheep Hand, farm/fur-bearing animals Cowboy Cowgirl Drover, cattle Groom, stud Stable lad
293

9211 9211 9211 9211 9211 9211

Hand, farm/dairy Hand, farm/milch Hand, farm/milking Hand, farm/silk worms Labourer, roustabout Looking after cattle, poultry

9212
9212 9212

Forestry labourers
Labourer, forestry Stump-grubber

9213
9213 9213 9213 9213 9213 9213 929

Fishery, hunting and trapping labourers
Beachcomber Gatherer, seaweed Gatherer, shellfish Labourer, fishery Labourer, hunting Labourer, trapping AGRICULTURAL, FISHERY AND RELATED LABOURERS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

9290
9290 93 931

Agricultural, fishery and related labourers not elsewhere classified
Agricultural, fishery and related labourers not elsewhere classified LABOURERS IN MINING, CONSTRUCTION, MANUFACTURING AND TRANSPORT MINING AND CONSTRUCTION LABOURERS

9311
9311 9311

Mining and quarrying labourers
Labourer, digging/quarry Labourer, mining

9312
9312 9312 9312 9312 9312

Construction and maintenance labourers: roads, dams and similar construction
Labourer, construction Labourer, construction/dams Labourer, construction/ roads Labourer, digging/ditch Labourer, digging/grave
294

9312 9312 9312 9312 9312 9312 9312 9312 9312 9312 9312

Labourer, digging/trench Labourer, maintenance Labourer, maintenance/ dams Labourer, maintenance/ roads Labourer, tube well Labourer, water well Land clearer Navvy Shoveller Trackman, railway Trackwoman, railway

9313
9313 9313 9313 9313 9313 9313 9313 9313 932

Building construction labourers
Handyman, building maintenance Handywoman, building maintenance Handyman Handywoman Hod carrier Labourer, construction, buildings Labourer, demolition Stacker, building construction MANUFACTURING LABOURERS

9321
9321 9321 9321 9321 9321 9321 9321 9321

Assembling labourers
Winder, armature/hand Winder, coil/hand Winder, filament/hand Winder, rotor coil/hand Winder, stator coil/hand Winder, transformer coil/hand Bottle sorter Labourer, assembling

9322
9322 9322

Hand packers and other manufacturing labourers
Washer, hand/cloth Washer, hand/yarn
295

9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 9322 933

Doffer, cloth Hand, shuttle Washer, hand/fibre Washer, hand/hide Washer, hand/carcass Hand, cannery Labourer, wine production Striker, blacksmith's Bagger, hand Bottler, hand Crater, hand Packer, hand Wrapper, hand Labeller, hand Labourer, manufacturing Washer, hand/manufacturing process TRANSPORT LABOURERS AND FREIGHT HANDLERS

9331
9331 9331 9331 9331 9331 9331 9331 9331 9331

Hand or pedal vehicle drivers
Bicyclist Driver, pedal vehicle Driver, tricycle/non-motorised Rider, bicycle Rider, tricycle Tricyclist Berther, dock Driver, rickshaw Driver, handtruck

9332
9332 9332 9332 9332 9332 9332

Drivers of animal-drawn vehicles and machinery
Driver, farm equipment/non-motorised Driver, animal-drawn vehicle/ road Driver, animal-drawn vehicle/ mine Driver, animal-drawn vehicle/ quarry Driver, animal/mine Driver, animal/quarry
296

9332 9332 9332 9332 9332

Driver, animal train Driver, animal train/camel Driver, animal train/mule Driver, elephant Mahout

9333
9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333 9333

Freight handlers
Docker Freight handler Loader, boat/liquids Loader, ship Loader, ship/liquids Longshore man Longshore woman Stevedore Loader, railway vehicles Loader, road vehicles Loader, road vehicles/lorry Loader, road vehicles/truck Porter, goods-loading Loader, aircraft Loader, boat Loader, boat/ gases Loader, ship/petroleum Porter, cold-storage Porter, fish Porter, food market Porter, fruit Porter, meat Porter, shop Porter, warehouse Furniture mover Loader, furniture Remover, furniture Remover, household goods

297

939

LABOURERS IN MINING, CONSTRUCTION, MANUFACTURING AND TRANSPORT NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

9390
9390 08 0810 0820 0830 0840 0850

Labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport not elsewhere classified
Labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport not elsewhere classified OCCUPATION UNSPECIFIED Occupations unspecified Unemployed Never worked Occupations not elsewhere classified Occupations not adequately defined

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