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Explanation: I think this term comes from the English "picket" and refers to a standby or watch shift. This is a shift where no operations take place and the machinery or instalation is only being monitored, to make sure nothing goes wrong.
Explanation: eg morning shift, afternoon shift, night shift.
Sondereinsatz - Muret Sanders gives "special mission, special operation", but these expressions, in my experience are not normally used in an industrial or commercial context. Perhaps "special task force", which is part of modern business jargon.
transatgees United Kingdom Local time: 10:48 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 768