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A foreman, forewoman or foreperson is a supervisor, often in a manual trade or industry.

Foreman may specifically refer to:

  • Construction foreman, the worker or tradesman who is in charge of a construction crew
  • Jury foreman, a head juror
  • Ranch foreman, the manager of a ranch, overseeing all aspects of the operation
  • Shop foreman or plant foreman, the frontline supervisor in a skilled trade, manufacturing or production operation
  • Foreman of signals, a highly qualified senior non-commissioned signal equipment manager and engineer in the British Army's Royal Corps of Signals
  • Road foreman of engines, a supervisor of locomotive engineers in the United States
  • Railroad track foreman, the person in charge of daily activities of a crew related to duties involved in the construction, maintenance, inspection, and repair of railroad tracks in the United States




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