One Point Lesson Archive

OPL – Compressed Air Safety – Air Line Hookup

Illustrate the correct way to hook up compressed air hose for cleaning the line. Pneumatic, Compressed Air Energy Source All lines have now been modified so that it is possible to clean the equipment safely with compressed air while the Main Air is locked out. The configuration on each

What are One Point Lessons?

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One Point Lessons are short visual presentations on a single point that have three purposes: They sharpen job-related knowledge and skills by communicating information about specific problems and improvements. They easily share important information just-in-time. They improve the team’s performance. Safety This type of lesson fills a safety gap. It

OPL – Asbestos containing sites – Utility pipes inspection that potentially may contain asbestos

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During the investigation of a pipe leakage involving the disturbance on insulation, all millwrights must wear this precautionary PPE until the type of the insulation is confirmed. The PPE provided is : 1/2 face-piece silicone mask with particulate filter P100. If asbestos material is suspected during investigation, work should be

Major Stops – The Real Costs

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Plant reliability is the key underpinning of an efficient supply chain. Without the ability to produce what is needed, when it is needed and, in the quantity needed, the entire Supply Chain must cover itself by placing inventory at critical areas thus driving up working capital and total costs.

One Point Lesson – OPL

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What is an OPL? 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. Who Creates OPL’s? Everyone! Operators,

One Point Lesson – Flat Belts Inspection – Autonomous Maintenance

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  Step 1: Clean the belt with a rag touching and observing the belt. Step 2: Look if flat belt is worn or cracked.