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

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

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

QA Matrix

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Quality Assurance Matrix (QA Matrix) A QA matrix is a table that delineates how defects are being built into products under current conditions, in a process in which one wishes to assure quality. This matrix enables managers to see at a glance which processes are generating defects, which processes’

Safety, Health and Environment Rules – SHE Pillar

Every manufacturing facility should have a set of SHE rules for workers and visitors/contractors. Rules must be designed in accordance with company policies as well as local legislation. Please see below an example of Safety, Health and Environment Rules: Work at Heights Work involving a height of 2m or above

The Meaning of Quality

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Required quality When a consumer purchases a product, she purchases not just the object itself but the effects, or functional quality, that object can provide. These effects include tangible or “true quality” such as the ability to cut things, write words and so forth. However, consumers also require non-functional

Six Sigma aims for perfection – Metric and Philosophy explained

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Six Sigma tools and methods focus on reducing process variation. Six Sigma Metrics Is 99% good enough? Let’s review some examples: 99% Good (3.8 Sigma) 20,000 lost items of mail per hour; 5,000 incorrect surgical procedures per week; Two short or long landings at most major airports each day;