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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Ortiz, Chris A.
New York : Productivity Press, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Chris A Ortiz; Murry Park
|Description:||1 online resource (xix, 160 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)|
|Contents:||Importance of the Visual Factory The Common Ground of Production Environments People Processes Engineering Changes, Expediting, and Nonconforming Product Inventory The Bottom Line-Making Information Accessible Management's Role The Basics of the Visual Factory: 5S Visual Factory Layout Visual Tools Visual Parts and Supplies Visual Maintenance and Total Productive Maintenance Boards Visual Communication The Basics of the Visual Factory: 5S The 5S's Sort Set in Order Shine or Scrub Standardize Sustain Let the 5S Event Begin 5S Day 1: Sort 5S Day 2 and Day 3: Set in Order and Shine 5S Day 4: Standardize 5S Day 5: Beginning to Sustain 5S in Maintenance Departments Tips for Sustaining 5S Create an End-of-Day Clean-Up Procedure Conduct a Daily or Shift Walkthrough Establish a 5S Audit Sheet Create and Maintain a 5S Tracking Sheet Develop a 5S Incentive Program Visual Factory Layout The Legacy of Factory Layouts Visualizing Your Visual Factory Actualizing Your Visual Factory General Guidelines Addressing Waste when Planning the Visual Factory Overall Sequence for Creating a Visual Factory Layout The Four Basic Conditions of Value-Adding Processes Value Is Being Added Process Is Being Reconfigured (Setup or Changeover) Planned Stoppage Unplanned Stoppage Visual Inventory Feed Materials and Consumables Purchased Inventory WIP Finished Goods Laying Out Support Functions Common Area Direct Support Functions Indirect Support Functions Back to Your Future Factory Layout Visual Tools Visual Tool Boards or Shadow Boards Tool Board Materials Designing and Constructing a Tool Board Personal Tools: Dilemma or Solution? Tool Check Cards Positioning Tools Overhead Right-Sizing Visual Parts and Supplies Inventory Basics When We Use the Term Inventory, What Specifically Are We Talking About? Why Is Having More Inventory than What Is Needed to Support Customer Demand a Bad Thing? Why Does Your Company Carry Its Existing Levels of Inventory? Is It Possible to Drive Down Inventory Levels without Putting Production and Shipping Commitments in Jeopardy? What Role Does a Visual Management System Play in Achieving a Reduced Inventory Level? A Few General Points on Supply Chain Management The Role of Manufacturing Software Systems Current Global Trends Receiving Inspection A Tour through the Ideal Stockroom Materials Common Area Stockroom Entrance Unloading Dock Receiving Inspection Area Main Stockroom Stockroom Layout Considerations Inventory Reduction Strategy 5S and Kanban 5S in the Stockroom Replenishment: Kanban and Two-Bin Systems Visual Maintenance and Total Productive Maintenance Boards The Role of Maintenance Common Misconceptions First Responder Impact of Product Nonconformities Total Productive Maintenance-An Overview The Three Approaches to TPM The Three Levels of TPM Implementing TPM and TPM Visuals Cross-Training Visual Layout for the Maintenance Area Creating a Common Area Common Area Layout Maintenance Layout on the Production Floor Maintenance 5S Visual Tool Boards Name Tags Maintenance Consumables and Kanban Overall Equipment Effectiveness The Maintenance Manager Visual Communications Facility Performance Sales On-Time Delivery Productivity Quality Safety Environmental Metrics Communication Boards at the Production Level Production Control Boards Communication Lights Lean Procedures|
|Responsibility:||Chris A. Ortiz, Murry R. Park.|