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Identifying Waste on the Shopfloor

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ISBN-10: 1563272873

ISBN-13: 9781563272875

Edition: 2003

Authors: Productivity Development Team (Productivity Press) Staff

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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Productivity Press
Publication date: 6/13/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Publisher's Message
Getting Started
The Purpose of This Book
What This Book Is Based On
Two Ways to Use This Book
How to Get the Most Out of Your Reading
An Overview of the Contents
What Is Waste?
What Is Waste?
Value-added
Why Does Waste Occur?
Manufacturing
Conveyance
Inspection
Equipment
Control/management
How Does Waste Take Root?
The Classification of Waste
The Three MUs
The 5M + Q + S
The Flow of Goods
The Seven Deadly Wastes
The Benefits of Identifying and Eliminating Waste
To the Company
To Shopfloor Workers
In Conclusion
Summary
Reflections
The Seven Deadly Wastes
Overproduction
Causes of Overproduction
How to Eliminate Overproduction
Overproduction Checklist
Inventory
Causes of Inventory
How to Eliminate Inventory
Inventory Checklist
Conveyance
Causes of Conveyance
How to Eliminate Conveyance
Conveyance Checklist
Defects
Causes of Defects
How to Eliminate Defects
Defects Checklist
Processing Waste
Causes of Processing Waste
How to Eliminate Processing Waste
Processing Waste Checklist
Operation Waste
Causes of Operation Waste
How to Eliminate Operation Waste
Operation Waste Checklist
Idle time
Causes of Idle Time
How to Eliminate Idle Time
Idle Time Checklist
In Conclusion
Summary
Reflections
How to Discover Waste
Using the Back Door
Bringing Latent Waste to the Surface
Analyzing Current Conditions
The Arrow Diagram
The Summary Chart of Flow Analysis
The Operations Analysis Table
The Standard Operations Combination Chart
The Workshop Checklist for Major Waste Finding
In Conclusion
Summary
Reflections
How to Remove Waste
Adopting the Necessary Attitude
Removing Waste in the Movement of Goods
Retention and Conveyance
Process Waiting
Lot Waiting
Removing Waste in the Actions of People
Adopt Seventeen Principles
Removing Waste in the Way People, Goods, and Machines Are Combined
In Conclusion
Summary
Reflections
How to Prevent Waste
Standardization
Visual and Auditory Controls
Red-tagging
Signboards
Outlining
Andons
Kanban
Pitch and Inspection Buzzers
The 5W and 1H Sheet
Five Key Concepts for Asking "Why" and "How"
Pointing to the Future
In Conclusion
Summary
Reflections
Reflections and Conclusions
An Implementation Summary
Reflecting on What You've Learned
Opportunities for Further Learning
Conclusions
Additional Resources Related to Identifying and Eliminating Waste
The Shopfloor Series Books
Other Books and Videos
Newsletter
Training and Consulting
Website
About the Productivity Press Development Team