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Month: May 2012

Analysis of the total supply chain process as a whole

Posted in Lean Six Sigma

Management tasks to be done in developing and improving the quality of products / services is to analyze the total supply chain process as much detail as possible, starting from preparation of raw material supplier level, production and delivery to the customer.

Analysis is important is to maintain product quality in order to remain secure in accordance with the requirement. Supervision and treatment of material to be completely in accordance with operating procedures that have been determined. 5S activities became a major cornerstone to ensure product quality. Shipping process, loading and unloading to be a very risky process of decline in the quality of the product.

Error-Proofing Procedure

Posted in Improvement, Lean Manufacturing, and Lean Six Sigma

Working procedures should be designed in such a way as to avoid mistakes, even if the executor is the layman and untrained member. According to Vincent Gaspers in his book “Continuous Cost Reduction through Lean Sigma Approach” Error Proofing Procedure classified into two;

The first is a Server Error resulting from the task, treatment or tangible of service
– Task errors such as improperly doing activities, doing things that do not need, do not want the customer orders, work activity slowly so as to make the waiting time and other
– Treatment errors occur when a customer interacts deng as disrespectful, uncaring, indifferent, and other woods and negative behavior
– Tangible errors are matters relating to the physical elements, such as: facilities are not clean, dirty clothes, air conditioning (AC) is not functioning, the mistakes of documents and so on.