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Safety Performance in A Lean Environment

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ISBN-10: 1439821127

ISBN-13: 9781439821121

Edition: 2012

Authors: Paul F. English

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Book details

Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 12/21/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 166
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Paul F. English is the Director of Safety, Security, and Medical Services for E-ONE, Inc. in Ocala, Florida.

The Author
Management Models and Lean Processes
Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company, Mass Production
Alfred Sloan and General Motors Corporation, Mass Production-High Variation
Edward Deming and Total Quality Management
The Deming System of Profound Knowledge
Origin of the 14 Points
Eiji Toyoda and Toyota Production System, TPS-Modern-Day Lean Management
Management Processes
Balanced Scorecards
The Learning and Growth Perspective
The Business Process Perspective
The Customer Perspective
The Financial Perspective
Span of Control
Social Management
Value-Based Management
Works Cited
Planning, Decision Making, and Problem Solving
Strategic and Tactical Planning
Does Your Plan Plan for the Unexpected?
Strategic Planning for Environmental Health and Safety
Specific Questions and Areas under the PEP Evaluation
SWOT Analysis
Foundations of Decision Making
5-Why Analysis
Six Sigma and the DMAIC Process
Six Sigma for Environmental Health and Safety
Kepner-Tregoe Problem Solving
Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation-Case Study of Ford Motor Company
Works Cited
Components of Lean Enterprise
Value Stream Mapping
The Kaizen Process
Preparation for a Kaizen Event
Waste Elimination
Correction Waste
Overproduction Waste
Movement of Material Waste
Motion of Operators Waste
Waiting Waste
Inventory Waste
Processing Waste
Eliminating Processing Waste-Workers' Compensation Claims
Intellectual Waste-The Eighth Waste
Waste Identification and EHS
Visual Management
What Type of Visual Management Is Right?
5S System
5S Pitfalls
The 6S Argument
Standardized Work
Standard Work and OSHA Standards
Job Safety Analysis
Pre-Task Analysis
Cell/Workstation Design
Quality at the Source
Single-Minute Exchange of Dye
Kanban/Pull Systems
Total Productive Maintenance
Works Cited
Case Studies in Lean Enterprise
E-ONE, Inc., Safety and Health Improvements
E-ONE, Inc., Paint Process Improvement
Environmental Protection Agency Case Studies
General Motors (GM)
Saturn Kanban Implementation
Fairfax Assembly Paint Booth Cleaning
Application of Lean Methods to Administrative Processing in the Purchasing Group
Lean Enterprise Supply Chain Development
Steering Column Shroud PICOS Event
Thermoplastic Color Purging PICOS Event
Lockheed Martin-Leaning Chemical and Hazardous Waste Management
Rejuvenation-Sustainability as Basic Corporate Value
Rejuvenation and Its Three P's
The Natural Step
Introduction of Lean Manufacturing
Mass Customization
Correct Use of 5S
Small Changes, Big Results
Regulators: Partners and Valued Experts
Works Cited
Managing Change, Stress, and Innovation
Training Kaizen Team Members in Safety and Health
Mandatory Training Modules under the 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program
Elective Training Modules under the 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program
Region I
Region II
Region III
Region IV
Region V
Region VI
Region VII
Region VIII
Region IX
Region X
Time Studies, DILO
Standardized Work for EHS
Standardized Work for EHS Professionals
Works Cited
Foundations of Individual and Group Behavior in EHS
Working Teams and Group Behavior
Selecting and Building Teams
Motivating and Rewarding Employees
Safety Improvement Plans
Works Cited
Leaders versus Managers
Leadership Traits and Trust
Leadership Standardized Work
Safety Operating System (SOS)-Daily
GEMBA Walk for Safety-Every Monday
Leadership in EHS
Sell, Sell, and Sell!!!
Know Your Process and Flow
Consistency: Do What You Say You Are Doing
Remember Your Audience
Never Stop Learning
Works Cited