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Industrial Engineering – Continuous Improvement

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Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems of people, material and equipment. It draws upon specialized knowledge and skills in mathematics, physical and social science together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design. Bottom line benefit When it is all

M-P sheet (EEM) free template download

The use of the latest maintenance data and technology when planning or building new equipment to promote greater reliability, maintainability, economy, operability and safety while minimizing maintenance costs and deterioration related loss. We offer free downloadable template in pdf format, to download, please click on template below: Some of

5S Audit Checklist and Report

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To be successful in implementing 5S audits must be conducted and four simple rules followed: Everything HAS a place and everything IN its place. Nothing on the Floor, except Legs, Wheels, or Pallets. Clean to Inspect, Inspect to Detect, Detect to Correct, Correct to Perfect. When in doubt, throw

Loss Trees and Loss Deployment

What are Loss Trees? In general, Loss Trees are simply a listing of the losses (inefficiencies) which may exist in a factory production process. Loss Deployment is a cascade process that looks initially at the overall factory losses than increasingly at a more detail level down to a packing

Global Food Safety Initiative – Preparation for FSSC 22000. Part 2. Food Safety Management Systems Interpretation training

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What are Management Systems? Basic Definitions What are the objectives of a management system? What should be included in a Food Safety Management System? What are the Food Safety Critical Success factors? What are the business benefits of a Food Safety Management System? Definitions Management System – system to

Global Food Safety Initiative – Preparation for FSSC 22000. Part 1

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If your company manufacture food and sell it in big name stores, such a Walmart, Costco, Loblaws etc., your facility must be certified by one or more programs of Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Certification according to a GFSI recognized scheme can be achieved through a successful third party