Have you ever wished to complete your work just in time? Have you ever thought of achieving zero waste production? Have you ever wished to increase your productivity significantly and that too by reducing costs? Have you ever wished to manufacture products that are exactly at par with customer satisfaction? Welcome to the world of lean manufacturing. Lean manufacturing tools and techniques is a guide towards achieving a completely transformed manufacturing organization with best of best practices. Studies show that organizations that make use of these continuous process improvement tools outstand themselves in terms of success, functioning and productivity.
This course offers a collection of 20 lean techniques that are explained to the point with the help of number of interactive videos, examples, samples and case studies. This course will fill the pockets of users with the ability to identify the situations where the lean techniques can be applied and also how these techniques can be applied in order to drive maximum possible benefits.
After taking up this course, you will see a transformation in the way you look at your manufacturing organization!
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Kanban, also known as Pull System. The main objective of Kanban is to reduce costs by eliminating waste or scrap.
Poka yoke, a Japanese word, is translated to mistake proofing, or we can say avoiding inadvertent errors.
Poka-yoke helps people and processes work right the first time.
Identifying six big losses is one of the several lean tools used by manufacturers to understand the most universal forms of waste within manufacturing operations.
TPM or total productive management is a holistic approach to equipment maintenance that strives to achieve perfect production, i.e. it ensures no breakdowns, no small Stops or slow running and no defects.
Lean manufacturing is about the removal of waste. Muda, Mura and Muri are the three kinds of waste, that if eliminated can lead to productive and efficient manufacturing processes.
Visual factory is a term to describe how data and information is conveyed in a lean manufacturing environment. It is a set of tools that allow for accurate and efficient information conveyance.
PDCA stands for Plan-Do-Check-Act. It is an iterative four step cycle and an approach to control and continuously improve processes and products.
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