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Flight Doc RSV Part 1: 3 Steps for a Base-level Flight Doc to Improve an Occ Health Program Part 2: Air Force Mold Policy Part 3: Flight Surgeon Shop Visits.

interacting with Line personnel, advising the line commander and performing shop visits to better understand and support the occupational/operational stressors in these unique work areas.” Requirement Summary Perform shop visits – Interact with Line personnel – Advise line commanders – Better/B.Microsoft Excel C.They are not an Air Force Requirement D.Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System (DOEHRS) Exam Question #2/4 What is the investigation technique specified for mold in the Air /

Comparing The On-line Shops with The Street Stores -Using Shaping Stockings as the subject Super Stockings 9631019 謝欣芃 9631049 秦毓婕 9631041 羅心妤 9653028.

Ting-Kang Liao,2003) Most companies implemented their information systems to promote e-commerce on the Internet-base environment. (Shaw et al..1997) Literature review- The importance of on-line marketing The Internet is an information technology that diffuses /hypotheses General people’s view of comparing the prices in online shopping and shopping in the store. General people’s view of comparing the promotions in on-line shopping and shopping in the store. Research Analysis and Results Test of hypotheses /

POS.NET Main Office SHOP “A” SHOP “B” SHOP “E” SHOP “D” SHOP “C” Copyright 2005-NSOFT CONSULTING INC. Click on the screen goes next.

Master Qty added to on-order qty Wholesale to Third Party Pos.net system general flow SHOP-A SHOP-C SHOP-D SHOP-E SHOP-F SHOP-B Payable Invoice generation Main Office Operation Pos.net system general flow Sales data transferred to Main Office Item Master Automatic Transferred by internet/Phone line Data From Headquarter Price change Discount Physical Inventory Sale to customer DISCOUNT RETURN LAYAWAY 2 FOR/

Version Bror 11 System for transportation of goods realistically will diminish car traffic with calculated one third to one fourth and climate gases with.

both providing of prepared warm food and other providing at high quality can be supplied by the system. They will be independent among others on nearness to shop. Their needs of care as result will diminish (part of work for home help is valid for/at small extra costs can be built in factory in the same piece of reinforced concrete. Waste heating from among others electricity linings and distant heating will keep large parts of the culvert net at room temperature during winter also in cold climates and also/

Module I: Introduction to Automotive Shop and Personal Safety Unit II: Safety Lesson 1: Protecting Yourself and Others in the Shop.

gasoline, refrigerant gas, and asbestos dust from brake and clutch linings Module I: Introduction to Automotive Shop and Personal Safety Unit II: Safety Lesson 1: Protecting Yourself and Others in the Shop Hazardous materials safety Safety from toxic fumes CAUTION: Breathing toxic fumes/a vehicle in an enclosed area. Whenever fumes or vapors are present, be sure to turn on the shop’s ventilation system as soon as possible to remove them. Use breathing protection, such as a respirator, when working with any/

Maintenance Overhaul Shops (off-Aircraft) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Chapter 15.

replacement l Route unit to the repair facility (in-house or outsourced) l Return serviceable unit to stores for reissue Shop Data Collection  Many data collection tasks occur within maintenance  Overhaul shops are important source l Line & hangar reports focus on systems & components l Shop data focuses on internal components of the equipment & subsystems l Identifies the servicing, repair, & overhaul actions taken – as well as/

THS Automotive Technology Safety Lesson 1: Protecting Yourself and Others in the Shop Protecting Yourself and Others in the Shop.

dust from brake and clutch linings THS Automotive Technology Safety Lesson 1: Protecting Yourself and Others in the Shop Hazardous materials safety Safety from skin damage and fire Many chemicals in the shop pose a hazard to the skin/ problems. THS Automotive Technology Safety Lesson 1: Protecting Yourself and Others in the Shop Safety precautions for supplemental restraint systems (SRSs) and antilock brake systems (ABSs) Follow the service information carefully. Use the proper service information for the/

1 Automotive Shop Safety R. Bortignon Automotive Shop Safety R. Bortignon.

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COMPUTER INTAGRATED MANUFACTURING. Production System A collection of people, equipment, and procedures organized to accomplish the manufacturing.

fully automated assembly lines Industrial robots for spot welding, part handling, machine loading, spray painting, etc. Automated material handling systems Computer production monitoring Batch productionNumerical control (NC), direct numerical control (DNC), computer numerical control (CNC). Adaptive control machining Robots for arc welding, parts handling, etc. CIM systems. Job shop productionNumerical control, computer numerical control The Production System Production System Facilities Facilities include/

PREVOST Line overview Service formation. Creation PREVOST started in 1978.

pressure clod water High pressure hot water Oils Grease Oxygen and acetylene gaz 24 or 220 V cables Applications : Quick service shops Garages Industrial shops Agriculture Transportation, fret Schools Etc. Compressed air piping systems ALR et PVR lines Aluminium piping system PVC air piping system Specialy designed for compressed air No oxydation High flow Low pressure drops Reduced labor Free calculations and drawings Meet all concerned/

The Service Environment  The service system mainly serves to convert inputs into services.  In service systems, services are provided with the addition.

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Implementing Activity Based Costing for Job Shops

rates as volume levels change. You find yourself competitive in one product line but not another or at one volume level but not another. Shop Characteristics Your shop manufacturing operations do not always require the same number of operators—partially attended/manufacturing, selling, and general and administrative overhead to order on proportionate basis—key to ABC. ERP System Tools ERP System Tools ERP systems should give you the option to use Actual Employee Rates to drive true ABC Application of labor /

Slide 1 FastFacts Feature Presentation December 14, 2010 We are using audio during this session, so please dial in to our conference line… Phone number:

real time order. Your screen might need to be reset to full screen mode once we get into the system. Slide 25 Conclusion Defined the role of a shopping cart approver Examined the workflow process behind approvals Demonstrated the following: How to approve/reject a cart How to/a slight pause, and then a recorded voice will provide instructions on how to ask questions over this conference call line. Well be answering questions in the order that we receive them. Well also be answering the questions that were /

Slide 1 FastFacts Feature Presentation November 18, 2008 We are using audio during this session, so please dial in to our conference line… Phone number:

line… Phone number: 877-322-9648 Participant code: 182500 Slide 2 Todays Topic Well be taking a look at… Equipment Purchasing for JHU Slide 3 Todays Presenter Shari Swisher Manager of Special Projects and Training, Financial Systems /, Fixed Assets Shared Services is responsible for: Identifying and recording all equipment acquisitions Approval of all Capital Shopping Carts and creating assets Conducting the two-year equipment inventory Tagging newly acquired assets and updating changes in location/

Performance Management System

indicate the status of production cells so that the whole of the natural work group are aware of issues. Andon call system and line stop Andon board On plan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Issues 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8/individual performance 5. Information centre based on shop floor 6. Single location for information 7. Graphs to be owned and updated by production 8. Team leaders and team own process performance 9. Engineering and logistics support line issues 10. PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USED TO “MANAGE” List Items To/

The Roll of OEM Scan Tools in Aftermarket Repair Shops

considered ‘general purpose’… C.A.S. of New England What Drives Shops Towards OEM Tooling? Frustrations with Aftermarket Tooling What vehicles does it actually cover? What sub-systems are in the coverage Special Functions missing Data Errors Cost of updates w/to ‘The OEM Situation’ Stay the Course (aka: Do nothing) Stick with Aftermarket Tools only Specialize in one/two/three car lines Honda/Acura – GM/Ford/Chrysler Contract OEM Level Services out ECU Reflash / Security Issues (keys) Buy as many tools as /

Taking the Mystery Out Of Mystery Shopping

Makes employees aware of what is important in serving customers Reinforces positive employee/management actions with incentive-based reward systems Provides feedback from front line operations Monitors facility conditions - asset protection Ensures product/service delivery quality. What Are The Benefits of a Mystery Shopping Program? Supports promotional programs Audits pricing & merchandising compliance Allows for competitive analyses Compliments marketing research data Identifies training needs/

Aircraft Maintenance Management Module

activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. The shop activity is supported by a group of Trans-guard staff who assist the mechanic in removal and disposal of used acid and transportation of waste lines from acid tank/ and Cockpit crew seat assy. 11 April 2017 Aircraft Maintenance Module Aircraft Maintenance Module Safety shop cont’d Emergency evacuation system maintenance is undertaken in 6 rooms, fully equipped to cater for up to level 3 maintenance of EK /

Heavy Duty Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems

to prevent mixing up the high and low-pressure sides of the system when attaching he gauge set. Shop Talk The different size fittings were introduced to prevent disposable 1 lb cans of refrigerant from being connected to the high side of the system, causing them to explode. After disconnecting the gauge lines, check the valve areas to be sure that the service valves/

Information Systems Using Information (Intermediate 2)

and electronic communications.  Get information and news from the Internet  Buy the latest products through on-line shopping.  Follow computer-based learning and skills training courses at home  Look for jobs that are advertised solely/Online Shopping Consumer – Disadvantages.  Often long delivery times.  Temptation to spend more than intended.  Social isolation (supermarkets are the new social scene). On-line Retailer – Disadvantages.  Must spend money on a web site with secure payment system. /

Hand Tools Session 9.

specific purpose Name derived from use, shape, or construction Most available in both inch and metric measuring systems Shop Tools and Techniques Shop Tools and Techniques Open-End Wrenches Single-ended or double-ended Openings usually offset at 15º angle /construction One section of wrench head removed to enable the head to encircle a flared nut with a line or tube running through it. Shop Tools and Techniques Shop Tools and Techniques Spud Wrenches Similar to box or open end wrenches Only one end has a /

Procure-to-Pay (Non-Stock) Scenario Overview

by the system Process that communicates with third-party software (mouse-over for details) Process with relevance to Financials Related scenario Info button with more information Scenario/Processes Business Value Scenario Flow Further Information + The following business roles are involved in this scenario: Employee Operational Buyer Strategic Buyer Accounts Payable Accountant i Procure-to-Pay (Non-Stock) Process Details: Processing Shopping Carts/

EVAP System testing using a Smoke Machine

be hung from the hood latch Hanging the smoke machine Air Line coupler The correct type of coupler needs to be installed to connect the smoke machine to the shop’s compressed air hoses Shop air fitting Compressed air from the shop’s air compressor is used to push the smoke through the system being tested The correct air coupler fitting needs to be attached/

Management training for Shop Managers Week 3 – Day 3 Implementing change Week 3 – Day 3 Implementing change.

th qtr Man management Workshop organisation Behaviour Competencies Future Today Mastery Deepening Expansion Steering systems / tools Management Training for Shop Managers 3 rd session Implementing change SGP / F Formation Management Industriel Confidentality /or level of interest in the project REMINDER : “bold lines” = under these lines (+1, +2 or -1, -2) synergy and antagonism are passive qualities, above the lines they are active attitudes Passive antagonism Active antagonism Indifferent Resistant Opposed/

Waiting Lines and Queuing Theory Models

cost + Total waiting cost Total service cost = (number of servers)·(unit labor cost) Total waiting cost = (1) ·W·(unit waiting cost in system), or (2) ·Wq· (unit waiting cost in queue). Muffler Shop (2) p.598 Waiting cost for the shop is $10 per hour waiting in line. The mechanic Reid Blank is paid $7/hour. What is the total hourly cost of this/

IPlatform Technology. Copy Right 2008 1 GeO e-Busniess and POS system in Bobdog.

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1 Fall 2005 Analysis of global and local decision rules in a dual kanban job shop Rafael Diaz, Ph.D. Student, Old Dominion University Ali Ardalan, Ph.D.,

Diaz, Ph.D. Student, Old Dominion University Ali Ardalan, Ph.D., Old Dominion University 2 Fall 2005 Content Introduction Background –Push System versus Pull System –Kanban system - Definitions –Flow shop versus Job shop –JIT The model Measures of performance Results –Customer Waiting lines –Total inventory –Input stock point inventory –Output stock point inventory Conclusions 3 Fall 2005 Introduction This study simulated the operation of four-station/

COEN 351 E-Commerce Security Web Security. Table of Contents Web languages overview Example: Web shopping carts and payment gateways HTTP URL User input.

of particular item, edit html source, change price etc. Uses “referer” field. Example: Web shopping carts and payment gateways. Payment Processing System Vulnerable to stealing of credit card information On server In transit. SSL (against eavesdropping). Secure Electronic / or entities Merger or acquisition news Phone numbers Contact numbers Privacy or security policies that could shed line on measures Links to other websites. Information Leakage Overview of generic methods Open Source Search for Network/

1 © 2003 Levinson Productivity Systems, P.C. Lean Enterprise: William A. Levinson, P.E., MBA Levinson Productivity.

time-tables and picketed them with telegraphic checkings as watchful as the straw bosses who supervise progression along the conveyor lines of the shop." Per Ford, the location of any rail car could be determined to within an hour. 43 © 2003 Levinson Productivity Systems, P.C. http://www.ct-yankee.com/lean/usa.ppt Ford and ISO 14000 ISO 14000 is, if used/

HIE-ISOLDE (High Intensity and Energy) project Protection of superconducting solenoids MPE work shop – December 14, 2010 G.J. Coelingh TE-MPE-CP.

6.6 Civil engineering GS/SEM 6.7 LL Control system EN/STI 7.1 Off line separator EN/STI 7.2 Separator areas EN/STI 7.3 Experiment Hall EN/MEF 7.4 Beam lines BE/ABP Steering Committee International Advisory Panel 8.1 /vs Forward Losses – water cooling Y. Kadi HIE-ISOLDE Proposal, IEFC, August 21, 2009 MPE work shop – December 14, 2010 G.J. Coelingh TE-MPE-CP Two, 600A extraction systems in a common rack IGCT and its integrated drive electronics. Electro-Magnetic circuit breaker very low forward losses vs/

Operational Research & ManagementOperations Scheduling Flow Shop Scheduling 1.Flexible Flow Shop 2.Flexible Assembly Systems (unpaced) 3.Paced Assembly.

Flow Shop Scheduling 1.Flexible Flow Shop 2.Flexible Assembly Systems (unpaced) 3.Paced Assembly Systems 4.Flexible Flow Systems Operational Research & ManagementOperations Scheduling Topic 1 Special Case of Job Shops: Flexible Flow Shops Operational Research & ManagementOperations Scheduling3 A Flexible Flow Shop with Setups Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Operational Research & ManagementOperations Scheduling4 Applications  Very common in applications: – Paper mills – Steel lines – Bottling lines – Food/

1 Introduction to Operations Management Process Selection and Facility Layout (Ch.6) Hansoo Kim ( 金翰秀 ) Dept. of Management Information Systems, YUST.

Ch. 18) MRP & ERP (Ch 14) JIT & Lean Mfg System (Ch. 15) Term Project Process Selection/ Facility Layout; LP (Ch. 6, 6S) X X X X 4 Key Terms 영어중국어영어중국어 Assembly line 组装线 Line balancing 生产线平衡 Automation 自动化 Numerically controlled(N/C)machines 数控机床 Balance delay / Low utilization (5% - 20%) General purpose equipment Effective scheduling techniques 25 A Comparison (1) Process Focus (Job Shop) (Low volume, High variety) Repetitive Focus (Modular) Product focus (High-volume, low-variety) Mass Customization (High-/

Welcome to Century Equipment’s Shop Online Website! This presentation will highlight some of it’s key features.

other shopping methods Express Order Entry Enter a list of items, keywords, or descriptions for your order along with a quantity Click on the Update Line button after each entry Express Order Entry After your list of items is populated, click on the Validate Products button Express Order Entry If the system can’t identify your entry, it will mark it with a/

Page 1 Bupyeong Facilities Management Team Oct 2006 Total Utility Management System of GMDAT Bupyeong Plant June. 2007 Bupyeong Facilities Management Team.

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Process Strategy. Overview  Process strategies  Service process design  Process Analysis And Design  Flow charts  Service system mapping  Time-Function.

Process Design Low ModerateHigh Volume High Moderate Low Variety of Products Process-focused Job Shops (Print shop, emergency room, machine shop, fine dining Repetitive (modular) focus Assembly line (Cars, appliances, TVs, fast-food restaurants) Product-focused Continuous (steel, beer/1.Describe the process architecture Inputs/outputs Flow units Resources Network activities and buffers Information system 2.Identify the process owner/stakeholders 3.Understand the customer Understanding the Existing Process /

Sequence Diagrams. 2 UML sequence diagrams sequence diagram: an "interaction diagram" that models a single scenario executing in the system perhaps 2nd.

decomposed to show its constituent processes boundary of level 2 is the level 1 process Other Notation Duplicates marked by diagonal line in corner System Boundary Elementary Processes - star in corner Process that is levelled - dots on top 5 Rules for DFDs Numbering Labelling/ and a level-1 DFD for this system. Context diagram Level-1 DFD processes Joe’s builders’ suppliers has a shop and a yard. His system is entirely manual. He has a stock list on the wall of his shop, complete with prices. When a builder/

The strategy to strengthen on-line customer ’ s Convenience by analyzing Product Review.

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1 Types of Consumer Products Unsought Products Unsought Products Specialty Products Specialty Products Shopping Products Shopping Products Convenience.

Specialty Products Shopping Products Shopping Products Convenience Products Convenience Products Consumer Products Consumer Products Business Products Business Products PRODUCTS 2 Product Items, Lines, and Mixes Product Item Product Line Product Mix A/ … … Concepts –Importance of distribution –Players in distribution –Objectives of distribution Channels of distribution –Channel system – flows and costs –Channel structure for consumer products –Channel structure for services –Channel structure for industrial/

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MyFloridaMarketPlace New Requester Training. Page - 2 Agenda  MFMP Overview  System Basics  Exploring Catalogs  Creating a Requisition  Following.

(MFMP) is the State of Florida’s source for centralized procurement.  Started operation July 1, 2003.  One-stop shop for accessing on-line catalogs and information about vendors that provide goods and services to the State.  More Choice: MFMP provides online access to the system’s registered vendors, State Term Contracts, quoting, and sourcing.  Reduced Error Rates: More validation of purchasing and F/

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1 Waiting Lines and Queuing Theory Models Chapter 2.

Poisson distribution and the service rates are exponentially distributed.  What are the operating characteristics for this system? 26 27 Arnold’s Muffler Shop Case  Assume you are planning a car wash to raise money for a local charity.  You anticipate the cars arriving in a single line and being serviced by one team of washers.  Based on historical data, you believe cars will/

Service NSW – the ‘one stop shop’ for New South Wales Government services CCS 007 – Certified Case Study November 2015.

Visibility of service provision across sector in real-time through system generated data Citizens & Businesses Simplified access to government services Improved/over two week period) Service NSW web site, service centres and call line CCS 007 – SERVICE NSW COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE | © Internal Consulting Group / – Certified Case Study Best publically available information supplemented where possible with mystery shopping KEY CUSTOM / BESPOKE LIR – Local Industry Radar Local comprehensive and expert analysis/

CLIC Beam instrumentation work shop, CERN, 2 nd & 3 rd of June 2009, Lars Søby BPM overview CLIC instrumentation work shop 2-3 June 2009 1BPM overview.

BW, 10µ resolution! ~3.7* 10 9 charges per bunch 2GHz bunch spacing I pulse ~1.5A BPM overview Lars Soby CLIC instrumentation work shop 2-3 June 20096 BC1, Booster Linac, Transfer lines, BC2 30 80 10 400 200 12 OBS: Req. resolution for BC2 is 100µ. ~3.7* 10 9 charges per bunch 2GHz bunch spacing /  FE electronics and data transmission is being studied by LAPP. See S. Vilalte’s talk.  10um resolution and 2GHz BW BPMs needs attention. Summery All BPM systems needs to be studied and evaluated before end 2010!

Business Intelligence : a primer Rev April 2012

Enterprise Resource Management ES: Enterprise System KPI: Key Performance Indicator MBO: Management By Objectives MRP: Manufacturing Resource Management ODS: Operational Data Store OLAP: On Line Analytical Processing OLTP: On Line Transaction Processing SCM: Supply Chain /BI systems Platforms Appendix Review questions “Jones” case study CONTEXT REQUIREMENTS The Supermarket Chain «Jones» includes 300 shops in 3 regions with 60k items on sale A POS (Point Of Sale) system supports all activities of each shop :/

Slide 1 FastFacts Feature Presentation November 18, 2008 We are using audio during this session, so please dial in to our conference line… Phone number:

line… Phone number: 888-422-7124 Participant code: 182500 Slide 2 Todays Topic Well be taking a look at… How to Maintain SAP Workflow Substitute Approvers Slide 3 Todays Presenter Sadhya Sabatino SAP Trainer for the Johns Hopkins Health System/the assigning Approvers pending Inbox items. From R/3 Inbox, click Settings Workflow settings Adopt substitution. From the Shopping Cart Approval tab, click, then Transfer Substitution. When finished approving/rejecting assigning Approvers work items, the Passive /

Slide 1 FastFacts Feature Presentation September 7, 2010 We are using audio during this session, so please dial in to our conference line… Phone number:

Todays Presenter Bob Sicoli SAP Instructor Slide 4 Session Segments Presentation Bob will address Team Carts in the Shopping Cart system. During Bobs presentation, your phone will be muted. Q&A After the presentation, well hold a Q&A session. Well open up the phone lines, and youll be able to ask questions. Bob will answer as many of your questions as time/

Click arrows to advance slides ESC to exit www.windowareaccounting.net1 Del Mar Data Systems Shop Management Software.

Click arrows to advance slides ESC to exit www.windowareaccounting.net7 Take the Order Basic order header information Order line items. Multiple lines per order Separate ship to and bill to address. Multiple ship tos per customer Lets you quick plan / Click arrows to advance slides ESC to exit www.windowareaccounting.net34 Sample Reports The Del Mar Shop Management software includes a comprehensive reporting system. All reports include a selection screen similar to the example seen here. All reports have the/

Production and Operations Management Systems

z are in a queue (waiting line). Sequencing rules determine which job should be first in line, which second, etc. Sequencing /system’s profit. We discuss several objective functions later in the presentation. Sequencing (continued) Total savings from regularly sequencing the right way, the first time, can accumulate to substantial sums. Re-sequencing can be significantly more costly. When there are many jobs and facilities, sequencing rules have considerable economic importance. Sequencing also involves shop/

Yazid Mati & Xiaolan Xie CRF Club, 04/07/2004 Scheduling Automated Manufacturing Systems with Transportation and Storage Constraints Yazid MATI Ecole des.

Mati & Xiaolan Xie CRF Club, 04/07/2004 The new scheduling model includes most existing production scheduling models as special cases: Job-shop and flow-shop models Robotic cell Production line with intermediate buffers Hybrid flow shops Flow shop without intermediate buffers Flexible manufacturing systems with AGVs. Scope of the scheduling model Yazid Mati & Xiaolan Xie CRF Club, 04/07/2004 Algorithms developed in our research/

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