Motion and Time Study for Lean Manufacturing

ISBN-10: 0130316709
ISBN-13: 9780130316707
Edition: 3rd 2002
List price: $209.20
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List price: $209.20
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/22/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 370
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

For courses in Motion and Time Study, and Work Design. Motion and time study has finally found a home in the modern plant by helping employees to understand the nature and the true costs of work, assist management in reducing unnecessary costs, and balance work cells to make work flow smoother. This how-to motion and time study text provides students and practitioners with a resource that describes the techniques and procedures of motion and time study. Practical, detailed advice is given on all aspects of motion and time study including work station design, job analysis, and the techniques of setting time standards.

Introduction to Motion and Time Study
Motion and Time Study for the Lean Environment
The Nature of the Lean Environment
Approaches to Quality Measurement and Improvement
Planning and Scheduling the Production System
Steps toward Establishing a Lean Manufacturing Environment
The Use of Motion Study Tools to Improve the Environment
The Use of Time Study Tools to Maintain the Lean Environment
Measures of Performance within the Lean Environment
History of Motion and Time Study
Frederick W. Taylor (1856-1915)
Frank (1868-1924) and Lillian (1878-1972) Gilbreth
Henry Laurence Gantt (1861-1919)
Harrington Emerson (1853-1931)
Ralph M. Barnes (1900-1984)
Marvin E. Mundel (1916-1996)
Shigeo Shingo (1909-1990)
Professor Elton Mayo
The Importance and Uses of Motion and Time Study
What Is a Motion Study?
The Importance and Uses of Motion Study
What Is a Time Standard?
The Importance and Uses of Time Study
Techniques of Time Study
Techniques of Methods Design: The Product Flow Macromotion
Cost Reduction Formula
Flow Diagrams
Step-by-Step Procedure for Developing a Flow Diagram
Notes About the Examples
The Operations Chart
Step-by-Step Procedures for Preparing an Operations Chart
Process Chart
Notes About the Examples
Step-by-Step Description for Using the Process Chart
Flow Process Chart
Work Cell Load Chart
Route Sheet
Techniques of Micromotion Study: Operations Analysis
Operations Analysis Chart
Operator/Machine Chart
Gang Chart
Multimachine Chart
Left-Hand/Right-Hand Chart
SIMO Chart
Motion Study: The Work Station Design
Work Station Design
Principles of Motion Economy
Motion Patterns
Predetermined Time Standards (PTS) Systems
Methods Time Measurement (MTM) Family
Predetermined Time Standards System (PTSS)
Stopwatch Time Study
Tools of Stopwatch Time Study
Time Study Procedure and the Step-by-Step Form
Rating Leveling and Normalizing
100% Standards and Experiments
Time Study Rater Trainer Form
Foreign Elements
Long Cycle Time Study
Vertical Time Study Form and Problem
Time Study Practices and Employee Relations
Standard Data and Its Uses in Balancing Work
Methods of Communicating Standard Data Time Standards
Work Cell, Assembly Line, and Plant Balancing
Work Sampling
Elemental Ratio Studies
Performance Sampling Studies
Time Standard Development Studies
Process Effectiveness Studies
Indirect Labor and Motion and Time Study
Developing Measures/or Indirect Labor
Material Handling
Quality Control
Manufacturing Plant and Industrial Engineering
Maintenance and Tooling
Warehousing and Shipping
Receiving and Stores Department
Other Indirect Areas
Performance Control Systems
The Functions of Any Control System
Expert Opinion Standards System
Time Card System
Wage Payment Systems
Salaries: Hourly, Weekly, or Monthly
Incentive Systems and Commissions
The Two Types of Incentive Systems: Individuals and Group
Time Management Techniques
Be Creative
Be Selective
Do It Now
Set Time Standards for Yourself
Eliminate the Unnecessary
Respect Other People's Time
Do Not Rationalize
Attitudes and Goals for Industrial Engineers
Attitudes of an Industrial Engineer
Answers to Problems

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