We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published bySienna Livings
Modified over 2 years ago
Standardized Work Creating Continuous Flow Presented by: Brian D Krichbaum Process Coaching Incorporated
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 2 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Standardized Work Definition A detailed and documented system in which production workers both develop and follow a repeatable sequence of tasks within a work assignment. The standardized work sequence represents the best practices for the operator to follow in the completion of his/her job.
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 3 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Takt time – Demand Rate Cycle Time – Production Time Work Sequence Standardized Work Elements
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 4 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Takt Time - the demand rate of production, the rate at which we sell our product or service. Takt is a German musical term which refers to the pace, or drumbeat of a musical score. The concept of takt keeps our activities on pace much as the metronome keeps the musician on the beat. Standardized Work Takt Time
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 5 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Process Instruction Sheets Standardized Work Analysis Sheet (Cell Layout) Time Observation Sheet Operator Balance Chart Standard Work Combination Sheet Standardized Work The Tools
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 6 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Standardized Work Process Instruction Sheets Definition Detailed, visual instructions written from the perspective of the operator which detail the sequence, methods, tools required and critical to quality characteristics of an operation.
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 7 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Definition Detailed, visual representation of the location of everything in the workcell, including workstations, parts racks and storage areas, and operators. Used to plan the layout of cells, analyze the amount of walking built into the process and to institutionalize improvements Standardized Work Cell Layout
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 8 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Standardized Work Time Observation Exercise Job Descriptions: Production Operators – Remove labels from 3 x 3 blocks Packer – Pack boxes and maintain supplies Industrial Engineer – Conduct time studies
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 9 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Work Instructions Obtain Full Box of Blocks Empty Box – Place Blocks on Table Remove 1 blue label from each block Remove 1 yellow label from each block Remove 1 red label from each block Repack Box Return to storage area Standardized Work Time Observation Exercise
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 10 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 11 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Standardized Work Operator Balance Charts Definition A graphical representation of the times required by each operator in a cell to complete their individual work elements. Operator balance charts are used to distribute work and ensure work is being completed near takt.
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 12 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated
Process Coaching Incorporated Page 13 of 59 © 2008 Process Coaching Incorporated Standardized Work Equipment Guidelines Before investing in more equipment: Eliminate waste in the machine cycle Split apart tasks at the bottlenecks; use more than one machine Install multiple machines at the bottlenecks Create another cell When there are no other choices, operate the bottleneck in a decoupled manner (batch, not flow) 8. Ibid - page 63
March, Standardized Work. Transform Your Care 2 Solutions That Perform Page 2 | Copyright ©2008, RWD Technologies, LLC. All rights reserved. Implementation.
WORKSHOP Conducted by : Mr. Irfan Abdullah Pre-Production Planning & Apparel Engineering Pre-Production Planning & Apparel Engineering.
Stability Tools 5S What is 5S ? 5S is the name given to a Lean tool which helps us to organise and control our work areas, through the maintenance of agreed.
Copyright EASE Inc ©. X Standardize your Work with EASE.
Standard Work Making the new way become the standard way Prepared by: Raution Jaiswal & Michael Anderson.
1 OPERATIONS The term production and operations tend to be interchangeable today the main feature of operations is that there is an input, process, output.
NPA: Business Improvement Techniques Contributing to the Application of Workplace Organisation Techniques.
CSUN Engineering Management MSE507 Lean Manufacturing Chapter 4 Pull.
Stability Tools TPM What is TPM ? TPM stands for Total Productive Maintenance and covers two main types. Planned Maintenance:- Major activities carried.
1 SW001 Standard Work Standard Work Workshop. 2 SW001 Standard Work Agenda Time Topic/Activity Day 1 8:00 AMOpening 8:05 AMIntroduction 8:15 AMModule.
Chapter 8 Setup Reduction. IT-465 Lean Manufacturing2 Setup Reduction Goal To drastically reduce the time it takes from when a customer places an order.
Time Measurement Training 1. Time Measurement Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to identify process elements and record the time associated.
Quality Tools and Techniques in the School and Classroom.
MFG Assessment Application: Assessment Criteria and Metrics 1 Performance assessment criteria and metrics may be used as the basis for determining the.
Standardised Work Overview & Documents Training Pack.
Chapter 10 Material Handling. Objectives After reading the chapter and reviewing the materials presented the students will be able to: Justify the need.
Agenda of Week X. Layout Capacity planning Process selection Linebalancing Review of week 9 13 Approaches Purposes : Finishing the capacity planning Understanding.
Standard Business Roadmap Value Stream Analysis / Mapping Training Pack.
EMBA-2, BUP Major Asad EO Chapter 5: Process Analysis.
Predetermined Motion Time Systems (PMTS) CHAPTER 10.
Storage Solutions – Part 2 and Inventory Control Carolyn P. Phillips Georgia Department of Labor, VR Tools for Life / Pass It On Center
Blended Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training – ABInBev Week One Review ©2010 ASQ. All Rights Reserved.
Estimating measurement components Gage capability and acceptability measures.
F O U R T H E D I T I O N Process Measurement and Analysis © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2003 chapter 5 DAVIS AQUILANO CHASE PowerPoint Presentation.
The Ten Principles of Material Handling The Key to Greater Productivity, Customer Service and Profitability.
MAINTENANCE PLANNING AND SCHEDULING Effective planning and scheduling contribute significantly to the following: Reduced maintenance cost. Improved utilization.
1 Business Processes and their Improvement. 2 Session Objectives n Develop an understanding of business processes n Review process modeling basics n Introduce.
3651A Create User & Technical Documentation 1 2. Process in Producing Technical and User Documentation.
© BMA Inc All rights reserved. Value Stream Capacity Understanding Value Stream Decision Making.
Database Planning, Design, and Administration. Stages of the Database System Development Lifecycle.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.