It depends on how strong this person is and where in the rack they are installing the switches... Each chassis by itself will weigh 55 lbs. If you have a loaded unit, they can weigh up to 135 lbs.
Now by racking, I am assuming you are not configuring and just responsible for the hardware installation. The mounting task is not the hard and a week should be more than sufficient -if they can physically handle the task. (heck, I have done 8 in a 6 hour window before and finished well before the allotted time had expired)
couple of peices of advice:
remove power supplies before racking.
use a cordless power tool to fasten the hardware
If you do have to remove blades, be careful. An improperly installed module can cause damage inside the switch that can result in months of issues and hardware failures.
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