T-recylce the E-waste

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T-recylce the E-waste

  1. 1. Waste Elimination<br />War <br />On <br />Waste<br />1<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  2. 2. 8 Types of Waste<br />Motion<br />Waiting (material, info, people)<br />Transportation<br />Storage<br />Defects/ Rework<br />Over Processing<br />Over Production<br />Unused Human Capacity (Ideas)<br /> (Sleeping)<br />2<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  3. 3. 8 WASTES<br />Don’t accept it!<br />Don’t make it!<br />Don’t pass it on!<br />3<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  4. 4. EliminationOf Waste<br />OVER PRODUCTION <br />QUALITY DEFECTS<br />WAITING<br />MOTION<br />TRANSPORTATION<br />STORAGE<br />OVER PROCESSING<br />4<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  5. 5. Overproduction<br />1. Overproduction: Production of<br />unneeded goods just to maintain<br />high machine and operator<br />utilizations.<br />x<br />x<br />5<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  6. 6. Waiting<br />2. Waiting: Idle time due to the<br />imbalance of work contents in a<br />sequential process. Operator idle<br />time may also be due to dedication<br />to a single semi-automatic machine<br />that requires manual loading and<br />unloading but operates automatically<br />while the operator is idle, waiting for<br />the next load or unload operation. <br />6<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  7. 7. Transportation<br />3. Transportation: Movement of<br />product from one operation to the<br />next adds no value. Transporting<br />materials long distances and double<br />handling of products are just two<br />wasteful practices.<br />7<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  8. 8. Process<br />4. Process: Non-value-added<br />activities such as packaging for<br />interplant transportation and<br />excessive inspection.<br />8<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  9. 9. Storage<br />5. Storage: Work-in-process and<br />finished goods inventory are non-<br />valued-added activities. Financial<br />resources are tied up, and potential<br />quality problems are created due to<br />storage.<br />9<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  10. 10. Motion<br />6. Motion: Unnecessary movement<br />of operators to complete a task.<br />Such movement usually originates<br />from poor layout and the presence<br />of work-in-process.<br />10<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  11. 11. Quality<br />7. Quality: Repair of products to<br />fulfill customer requirements is a<br />non-value-added activity.<br />11<br />Prepared by John F.Petak<br />
  12. 12. Unused Human Capacity (Ideas)<br />8. Unused Human Capacity:Involve all employees in waste reduction and lean thinking to help meet or exceed the primary business goals of Hubbell Lighting.<br />

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