By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann

ISBN-10: 1591972256

ISBN-13: 9781591972259

ISBN-10: 1596796464

ISBN-13: 9781596796461

Introduces, in short textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture "ag" in such phrases as "flag," "tag," "rag," and "stag."

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At the heart of the manufacturing system was an attention to using simple machinery that automatically stopped, and assembly lines that could be stopped by operators, when a defect was detected (a system known as Jidoka). In this manner, no defective products would be passed forward to internal customer operations (Shingo, 1981). In the West, large batch sizes and the responsibility for quality inspection being the role of a specialist department meant that defects could move and be hidden in buffers only to generate interruptions downstream as defects were filtered.

6 Lean TPM So far in this chapter we have set out the challenges facing manufacturing and suggested that these can be met if management can: The business of survival and growth 19 ● ● ● Harness the intellectual capability of the complete workforce; Target this creativity on making better products more cheaply; Achieve world class manufacturing standards that set the organisation apart from the competition. These are the goals of Lean TPM which are delivered by a process which combines the development of leadership and management best practice to secure long-lasting change.

In this way valuable capacity is lost forever – you cannot reclaim it even by working overtime. So imagine the problem of large batch sizes, long travel distances and, hidden within these batches, defective products! UNNECESSARY MOTION occurs when the production process is poorly designed and operators engage in stressful activities to handle materials. This is an unusual waste (ergonomics), but as claims for repetitive strain injury rise many firms are facing large settlement fees from employee claims and solicitor bills.

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