OPL – One Point Lesson Template – Free Download

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One Point Lesson is a tool to convey information. Designed to enhance knowledge and skills in a short time, at the right time, whenever needed. To upgrade levels of expertise by having individuals study, learn and then train others in the knowledge or skill. One Point Lesson – Portrait

4M Analysis Process

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The purpose of this procedure is to define the steps to do a 4M Analysis of a system or subsystem. The goal of this 4M Analysis Procedure is to reduce losses in the factory by using the Equipment Attributes as a guideline to achieve this end. 4M Analysis Steps Define

12 Step Kaizen Story

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The Key Tool for Executing Focused Improvement 12 Step Kaizen is a Better Defined CAP-Do Check Identify where the losses are Justify the subject selection by stratifying the data Understand the process and equipment Grasp the actual situation (Identify the Phenomenon) Establish the objective Establish a Work Plan Analyze

5 WHY Analysis, a TPM Tool for Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

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Section 1 5 WHY Process Causes of Losses are Often Complicated: Common Failure scenario: 1. Management system breakdown 2. Failure to implement counter-measures 3. Premature equipment failure 4. Employees fails to follow procedure 5. Failure to ID & Respond 6. Large Loss Results 5 Why Analysis is Proactive Addresses

Autonomous Maintenance Model.

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1. Autonomous Maintenance Implementation Steps 7 steps to Autonomous Maintenance. Examples of steps to implement AM Step 1. Initial cleaning (cleaning and inspection) Complete elimination of waste and dirt, focusing on the equipment main body, implementation of lubrication and retightening, discovery of equipment problems and the restoration thereof. Step 2. Countermeasures

Global Food Safety Initiative – Preparation for FSSC 22000. Part 3. Food Safety Management Systems Interpretation training

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ISO 22000; CLAUSE 4 Food safety management system 4.1 General Requirements This clause is about documenting and maintaining an effective food safety management system, and updating it when necessary. The organization shall a) ensure that food safety hazards that may be reasonably expected to occur in relation to products

P-M Analysis Basics

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P dash M Analysis is a systematic Problem-Solving Philosophy for Chronic Losses. The term P-M Analysis comes from the following origin: P – Phenomena(non), Physical; M – Mechanism, Relationship (Machine, Man/Woman, Material, Method) When To Use P-M Analysis? Root Cause Analysis Two Types of Problem Solving Techniques Why is 5-why Analysis effective?

Deep KAIZEN for Quality Defects

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Quality defect and rework losses are defined as: Material wasted by producing defective products that have to be scrapped; The time lost (less output) when reprocessing defective products that can be turned into good ones. Some typical examples of quality defects and rework Topping up containers outside the line

Identifying Phenomena for Minor Stops – 6 Gens

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The Deep KAIZEN Approach to Minor Stops (Identifying Phenomena) 1. The 6 ‘Gens’ 1.‘Gen ba’ 現場 – The Precise Location Go to the actual place where the problem occurs, and examine everything carefully. 2.‘Gen butsu’ 現物 – The Evidence View the actual objects, parts and materials involved in the problem. 3.‘Gen