ESTABLISHMENT OFFICER, 1. the purpose of Establishment Officers is to establish and maintain the establishment of the org and each division therein. The term Esto is used for abbreviation. (HCO PL 7 Mar 72) 2. the Establishment Officer is the person who keeps it established and makes sure that it produces and that the programs come out straight and that those targets and quotas are met. (ESTO 10, 7203CO5 SO II) 3. an Esto is supposed to hat somebody and get him producing what he should be producing on that post. First there’s an instant hat and get him producing on the post. Then we mini hat him and get him producing on the post. Then we full hat him and get him producing on the post. (ESTO 10, 7203CO5 SO 11) 4. their duties consist of org boarding, training, hatting, apprenticing, pouring in personnel, lines, spaces and materiel and equipment of the Division -Bureau. (OODs 4 Mar 72) 5. this person operates in a division, not under its secretary but under a senior Establishment Officer. He performs the duties of the Departments of HCO for that division. In a small org it requires a trained Establishment Officer for Divisions 7, 1 and 2 and another for Divisions 3, 4, 5 and 6. In a larger org there is one in charge of all Establishment Officers and an Establishment Officer in each division. As the org grows, the larger divisions get Assistant Establishment Officers to the divisional one. They do not establish and run away. They establish and maintain the division staff, personnel hats, posts, lines, materiel and supplies. Their first job is to get staff working at their posts producing something and their next task is to drive dev-t out of existence in that org. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72, Correct Comm) 6. the first Establishment Officer Course was developed on Flag in October 1971. This was the Tech Establishment Officer Course (TEO). There are now Establishment Courses for each division of the org. An Establishment Officer is a specialist in the operation of a particular division, who also needs to be trained in the skills of establishing, which includes: getting production of valuable final products, recruiting staff , posting the org board of the division, getting personnel to study, hatting, training divisional staff , getting volume, quality and viability of production increased, establishing the lines of the division. (HCO PL 5 Feb 72 III) 7. one who establishes a division. Junior to the Establishment Officer I/C but in the division under its secretary, the Establishment Officer puts in the divisional personnel, lines, materiel and trains, hats and maintains and expands the established division to the benefit of the org and its staff. (LRH ED 168R INT) 8. now I’ve used Establishing and Establishment Officer interchangeably. It’s a descriptive term. The actual term is Establishment Officer. His duties are establishing. (ESTO 2, 7203COl SO 11) 9. a leading Establishment Officer’s Department is a Departmental Establishment Officer who has Section Estos under him due to the numerousness of the section. An Establishment Officer’s Section is an Establishment Officer of a section where there is a Departmental and Divisional Esto. (HCO PL 7 Mar 72) 10. an Esto is a third dynamic auditor who deaberrates a group by cleanly organizing it so it can produce. (FSO 529) Abbr. Esto, ESTO.
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