Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Materials manage
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Materials manage

340
views

Published on

mtr

mtr

Published in: Automotive

0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
340
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
11
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • SUPPLIER WISE DATA TO B MONITORED
  • MONTH WISE QTY. TO B RECORDED
  • Transcript

    • 1. Materials Management
    • 2. Materials Management• Introduction: Why should we discuss?• Purchase policy• Receiving goods• Inventory process• Distribution• Equipment- General tips Satish 2
    • 3. Why should we discuss? Problems galore ! • Shortage • Expiry • Wastage • Pilferage • Malfunctioning of equipments Satish 3
    • 4. Materials management- definitionDefinition: A process encompassing acquisition, shipping, receiving, evaluation, warehousing and distribution of goods, supplies and equipmentEach step is vital Satish 4
    • 5. Materials management functions1. Material planning and programming2. Purchasing and outsourcing3. Inventory control4. Storekeeping and warehousing5. Codification Satish 5
    • 6. Materials management functions ..contd.6. Standardization and evaluation of all products7. Transportation and material handling8. Inspection and quality control9. Cost reduction through value analysis10. Disposal of surplus / obsolete material11. Distribution Satish 6
    • 7. PurchaseBasic Principles1. Based on need assessment2. Ultimate aim: Right quality, right quantity, right prices, right source and at right time to the right place3. Centralize the purchase system4. Back up of good systems management Satish 7
    • 8. Finding the Right Source 1. Supplies catalogue 2. Print media :Trade directories, trade journals , news papers, yellow pages 3. Salespersons: many advantages 4. Trade exhibition , fairs , conferences 5. Colleagues in similar field 6. Internet Satish 8
    • 9. Negotiations• Possible because of huge margins• Pass on to patients• Not at the cost of quality• Win-win situation for all• Maintain relationship Satish 9
    • 10. NEGOTIATION ETHICS RELATIONSHIPBUYER DEAL OR NO DEAL SELLER OBJECTIVES Satish 10
    • 11. Negotiations - Principles 1. Not to purchase on listed price 2. Negotiate bulk price 3. Always ask for discount 4. Price protection 5. Credit Satish 11
    • 12. Receiving1. Establish written protocols, assign responsibility2. Checking of goods for quality, expiry etc3. Cross check with purchase order & invoice / delivery chalan4. Proper record in designed registers5. Signature of receiver & delivery person6. Periodic checks Satish 12
    • 13. Material receipt registerDate Sr. Supplier’ P. O. Challan Qty Qty Qty MRN No s Name Ref. & No. Dt. Receive Reject Accept No. . Date d ed ed Satish 13
    • 14. Inventory• Stocks to ensure un interrupted supplies• The idle resources which have future economic value• Cushion between estimated and actual demand of materials Satish 14
    • 15. Inventory controlA scientific system which indicates:1. What to order2. When to order3. How much to order4. How much to stock Satish 15
    • 16. Inventory control1. Optimum level of inventory - not large, not small2. First in, first out3. Factors: utility, availability, demand, cost4. ABC Analysis: Quantity vs Cost categorization of items A- 10 % --70 % B-20 % - 20 % C-70 % -10 % More attention to A Satish 16
    • 17. Stock control cardName Of Code Max. Min Re- EOQ/ Units LocationMaterial No. Level Level Order Lot Level size Date Doc Ref IN OUT Bal Remark Consumption – month wise Satish 17
    • 18. Categorization & codification • Time consuming; very helpful in long run • Makes stock taking easier • Helps keeping track of movements of goods • Design registers according to requirements & volume of turn over Satish 18
    • 19. Distribution• From store to user• An intricate process• Right item at right time at right place• 2 methods:*Requisition: as and when required*Par level: periodic replenishing to a certain fixed level Satish 19
    • 20. Computerization• Makes life easy• Have security against data tempering Satish 20
    • 21. Equipments: general tips1. Assess need: cost benefit analysis2. Shop around3. Learn from sales persons4. Sources of information: web, conferences, journals5. Bargain hard6. After sale service – most important parameter Satish 21
    • 22. General tips …7. Client list8. Trial period9. Warranty details10. AMC and After sale service: down time, replacement, preventive maintenance11. Log book12. Insurance13. Obsolescence , buy back14. Training Satish of staff 22
    • 23. References1. Hospital-planning, design and management- D Kunders S Gopinath A Katakam4. Selected Readings in Hosp Admin –IHA 20005. Hospital Admin – G M Francis Jaypee Satish 23
    • 24. ThanksSatish 24