8 Wastes - getting LEAN

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All we are doing is looking at the time line from the moment the customer gives us an order to the point wen we collect the cash. And we are reducing that time line by removing the non-value added wastes.

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8 Wastes - getting LEAN

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

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