Standard Work for the Shopfloorby Productivity Press Development Team, Productivity
Pub. Date: 07/28/2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard work is an agreed upon set of work procedures that effectively combines people, materials, and machines to maintain quality, efficiency, safety, and predictability. Work is described precisely in terms of cycle time, work in process, sequence, time, layout, and the inventory needed to conduct the activity. Standard work begins as an improvement baseline and evolves into a reliable method. It establishes the best activities and sequence steps to maximize performance and minimize waste.
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Productivity's Shopfloor Series books offer a simple, cost-effective approach for building basic knowledge about key manufacturing improvement topics. Like all our Shopfloor Series books, Standard Work for the Shopfloor includes innovative instructional features that are the signature of the Shopfloor Series. The goal: to place powerful and proven improvement tools such as pull production techniques in the hands of your entire workforce.
Table of ContentsPublisher's Message
Chapter 1. Standards and Beyond
Chapter 2. Standardization
Chapter 3. Standard Work
Chapter 4. Applications of Standardization and Standard Work
Chapter 5. Reflections and Conclusions
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