Presentation on theme: "1 Team Core Team Bill Cardoza John Ingalls Leo Marsh Warren McClure Anthony Neuner Mark Porter Mike Ferraris Jill Winkelman Assists Rudy Escobedo."— Presentation transcript:
1 Team Core Team Bill Cardoza John Ingalls Leo Marsh Warren McClure Anthony Neuner Mark Porter Mike Ferraris Jill Winkelman Assists Rudy Escobedo
3 Brainstorming & Observations Made ___ + observations
4 Picture of Human and Layout
7 5S Outlying Areas SSE Area – Before and After
9 Maintenance Area – Before and After
10 5S Office
11 Entryways Before Improved
12 Tacky Mats Before: Now: Pull them up regularly, written in cleaning contract
13 Traffic Reduction Video taping 7 to 2 doors Errorproof – changing locks and tape for the code changer Andon light Cleaning crews no longer empty trash Morning meeting no longer held inside room (est. number of trips no longer being made through room on a daily basis – meeting, shortcut, cleaners, tours, audits/leadership)
14 Visitor Guidelines
15 Material Characterization Sourced labs that could retrieve and characterize particles found on scopes. 1. Internal 2. Georgia Tech Research Institute Materials Analysis Center 3. Analytical Services, Inc Determination: Best source is Analytical Services, Inc.
16 Material Characterization 2 rejected scopes 1. Found one particle that was not within Combat System Test specs (?) As we had additional samples at no additional cost analyzed. Reviewed and took action on the following: All periscopes have particles missing off of the flanges that are hot- dipped coated. Zinc or stainless steel will flake. Recorded instance in Standardized Work Login Process database. Discussed re-coating, lubricants, shoes – and determined that cost outweighs benefit for single instance. Will watch for repeats. Noted new scopes have rollers and shoes, preventing friction between flange and mast (?) so already prevented in future designs/scopes.
17 Material Characterization Purchased collection equipment to do material characterization. Recommend interim acceptance criteria of: When finding: Do root cause Enter in Standard Work Login Process database for trending and info sharing across sites
18 Newspaper Summary Items GeneratedTBD Items ClosedTBD Completion Date for Final ItemTBD Items GeneratedTBD Items ClosedTBD Completion Date for Final ItemTBD
19 Parking Lot Follow up/Follow through (i.e. root cause project 11/07) 5S warehouse and mezzanine (storage areas for other material) Periscope Design View across all sites Evaluate sites like a golf game/handicap Make sure improvement is occurring Choose investment based on nature of improvement, volume, performance, criticalness Standards: At shop, POSR, In use (R&R – consistent evaluation among different sites/people, and consistent evaluation over time/in different instances with same site/person )e a greater response to customer’s needs. Facilities Manager
20 Implementation Plans while Floor Construction Just Do It – Clean outside pier/end of building 5S other areas – Paint Area, Old Machine Shop Fleet Parking – 5S/Inventory
21 Implementation Plans after Floor Construction Dust guards at bottom of furniture
22 Summary Improved productivity through creating more available time and space to provide a greater response to customer’s needs. Created a safer and cleaner work environment. Improved morale of department.
23 Ceiling replacement Floor replacement
24 Summary Original State Seven Entrances / Exits from Optical Repair Room Tiled floor chipping & requires waxing No positive pressure in Repair Room Future State Entrances restricted (only two personnel entrances) New Epoxy-based flooring being installed Recommendations for positive pressure installation Goal: Eliminate Sources of Contamination in “Clean Room” Executive Summary Installed Intercom system to reduce traffic in and out of Repair areaInstalled Intercom system to reduce traffic in and out of Repair area New cleaning contractNew cleaning contract Ceiling Tiles have been replacedCeiling Tiles have been replaced Recorded traffic into and out from the facility to monitor patterns, travel in the facility, entrances / exits used, etc.Recorded traffic into and out from the facility to monitor patterns, travel in the facility, entrances / exits used, etc.
25 A special thank you to the following people for helping with the project PMS-435 - Captain Duryea COMSUBFOR - CDR (sel.) Prescott, ETC Cerny Captain Barge NUWCDIVNPT - Captain Byman, Craig McMillian, Frank Bolano Photo Lab