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Strategies & Tactics for Results Prepared By C. Paul Oberg, CMC, CPCM Presented By Steve Ricard, CFM EPAC Software Technologies, Inc. www.epacst.com
Real Dollars can be realized through…. Labor Utilization / Productivity Materials Management Equipment Productivity
Savings Through Labor Productivity Reduced Labor Requirements Improved Utilization Reduced Over-time
Strategies for Improving Labor Productivity Reduced Labor Requirements –Rationalize PM frequencies –Outsource –Planning and Scheduling Improved Utilization –Planning and Scheduling –Priority System Reduced Over-time –Planning and Scheduling –Backlog Management
Savings Through Materials Management Reduced Obsolescence Reduced Inventory Levels Better Pricing Reduced Inventory Adjustments
Strategies for Improving Materials Management Reduced Obsolescence –Improved ECO Procedures –Standardization of Parts Reduced Inventory Levels –Outsource –Standardization of Parts –Consolidation of Parts –Reorder Point Review
Strategies for Improving Materials Management Better Pricing –Contract Pricing by Commodity Codes –Improved Forecasting Reduced Inventory Adjustments –Storeroom Security –Cycle Counting
Savings Through Equipment Productivity Increased Uptime Improved Quality Improved Reliability
Strategies for Improving Equipment Productivity Increased Uptime –Breakdown Analysis –Failure Analysis –Rationalize PM Frequencies –PDM –Planning and Scheduling
Strategies for Improving Equipment Productivity Improved Quality –Failure Analysis –PM –PDM –Breakdown Analysis
Strategies for Improving Equipment Productivity Improved Reliability –PM –PDM –Failure Analysis –Breakdown Analysis
Measuring Improvements Labor Utilization / Productivity –Labor Distribution –Direct vs Indirect Utilization –Work Completed vs Backlog –Schedule Compliance –PM Compliance
Measuring Improvements Materials Management –Inventory Turns –Inventory Value –Stock Outs –Obsolete Dollars –Slow Moving Items –Inventory Accuracy
Measuring Improvements Equipment Productivity –Uptime –Downtime by Failure code –Scrap Attributable to Maintenance –Machine Efficiency
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