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Making Organization Boards How many boards do we need?
Note: The available boards are 2' X 4' in size.
Break down the responsible areas for set up into individual processes (i.e. Glass Seaming, Glass Washing, Coater Operations, etc...). We determine there are 3 different areas in which organization boards are needed. Decide with the group on a convenient and also well lit area to hang the board. The board will want to be in a location in which everyone can see if a tool is missing. The tool can easily be replaced if it is lost or broken and everyone will know if the tool is available or not. ?
Step 1. Gather all of the tools in the decided process area and put them in a pile.
Step 2. Sort out all of the tools that are either broken or not needed for the area in a smaller pile and the needed tools in another pile.
Step 3. If the board is too small for the needed tools, obtain the needed number of boards. Make there will be an area the boards can be hung up and well seen.
What do you do after piling up the tools? Sort them out (don’t need and broken)
Step 4. Organize the tools on the board by making sure the groups of similar tools are together (i.e. saws of different sizes).
Step 6. With a Sharpie marker, neatly outline all of the tools on the board.
Step 5. Use finishing nails to hang the tools on. Knowing what tools are going to be used, hammer in the nails about ½”. Remember the board will hang vertically and the tools will need to be secured but easily removable.
Why are you outlining the tools? To give them an area and to be noticed when they are not there.
Step 7. Label the names of the tools and sizes on the bottom of the specified tool.
Step 8. Remove the tools and hang the board in the decided well defined area.
Step 9. Hang the specified tools in their specified spot.
Step 10. For future availability, audit the boards and replace needed tools to be there for the next time.
Why audit the tool board? Prepares for the next time anyone needs all of the tools to do the job efficiently.