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    • Work Simplification Steps
      • Develop the new method – make a flow process chart of the proposed method. (Asking the question “ why” leads to these possibilities
      • What = Eliminate
      • Where, When, Who = Combine or Change the following (Sequence, Place, Person)
      • How = Simplify
      • Principles of motion economy: Motions should be productive, should be rhythmic and smooth flowing, two or more tools should be combined when possible, tools and materials should be pre-positioned, workers should be comfortable, gravity should be used wherever possible (gravity fed bins)
    • Work Simplification Steps
      • Apply the new method – consider the technical and the individual.
      • Ask will the new method work?
      • Will it save money?
      • Will it affect other sections?
      • What is the installation costs? (Quantity, quality, supplies, equipment, materials, records
      • The individual will resist change, resent criticism, resent and be suspicious of that which they don’t understand.
    • Work Simplification Steps
      • To create a favorable reception:
      • Work out your proposal completely and thoroughly. Your boss will want clarity and see the advantages.
      • Keep everyone concerned and advised of what we are attempting to do.
      • Arrange for a test or trial run so that the new method may be fully explained to the people who are to do the job.
      • Give credit to those responsible for recommending the better method or who helped with the development.