Have Kaizen activities been carried out smoothly at your company’s production site?
- Your factory leaders and staff have basic understanding of Kaizen, but don’t know where and how to start your Kaizen activities?
- The result of waste elimination activities does not meet your company’s expectation?
- You have little opportunities to take part in courses focusing on useful and effective tools for Kaizen?
- Training venue:
- Training method:
At client’s company as required
Active learning through excercises, case study and group discussion etc.
- Have a basic knowledge of 7 Industrial Engineering (IE) tools and their applications.
- Be able to apply 7 IE tools to production site.
- Be able to conduct Kaizen activities by using 7 IE tools.
- Middle and junior factory managers (Chief, Foreman, Supervisor etc.) in the production management department or in charge of Kaizen activities.
Part 1: Basic principles of Kaizen (Improvement) and IE
Part 2: Productivity improvement with 7 IE tools
- The definition of IE (Industrial Engineering)
- The 7 wastes in manufacturing activities
- ECRS Principle
Part 3: 7 IE tools applications and action plan for Kaizen activities
- 1. Process analysis
~ Analyze whole production process from raw materials to final product, in order to eliminate wastes and carry out Kaizen activities~
- 2. Motion analysis
~ Analyze motions to eliminate wasted movements and to re-arrange the movements’ order and co-ordination with less labor-consuming and higher economic effectiveness ~
- 3. Time Study
~ Analyze movements from work time perspective to eliminate wastes and improve productivity ~
- 4. Operation analysis
~ Analyze the movements of man and machines to calculate the time-consuming ratio of each activities to the entire process ~
- 5. Combination work analysis
~ Analyze the time-consuming relationships between combined movements (between Man and Machines or among Men) to re-arrange the process with higher productivity ~
- 6. Line balancing analysis
~ Design a harmonious production flow which could remove the differences of necessary time-consuming between each stages ~
- 7. Material handling
~ Analyze the product transfer flow process to reduce time-consuming and wastes ~
Part 4: Action Plan
- IE tools applications to PDCA cycle (Plan – Do – Check – Act)
- 7 steps to conduct improvement activities
Until April 2017
189Participants have joined this course.
75Companies have used our service for this course.
100%Participants evaluate the course is "Useful" (In which, "Very useful" is 69%)
99%Participants evaluate the consultant is "Good" (In which, "Very good" is 61%)
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