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The TWI Job Methods (JM) Poster describes the four steps of Job Methods based on the tried and tested Training Within Industry (TWI) methodology. The TWI JM program is a practical plan to help you produce greater quantities of quality products in less time, by making the best use of Manpower, Machines, and Materials now available.

The poster comes in two themes: color and monochrome. Formatted in PDF and in editable PPTX, the poster can be easily printed on an A3 or A4-sized paper from an office copier machine and displayed on employee workstations, or distributed together with your workshop handouts.

The TWI JM Poster complements the 'TWI Program: Job Methods (JM) Training' presentation materials and the TWI JM Pocket Cards. It serves as a takeaway and summary of your job improvement presentation.

Contents in the TWI JM poster include:

1. What Is The TWI Job Methods Program
2. The Four Steps of Job Methods
3. The 5Ws and 1H

The TWI Job Methods (JM) Poster describes the four steps of Job Methods based on the tried and tested Training Within Industry (TWI) methodology. The TWI JM program is a practical plan to help you produce greater quantities of quality products in less time, by making the best use of Manpower, Machines, and Materials now available.

The poster comes in two themes: color and monochrome. Formatted in PDF and in editable PPTX, the poster can be easily printed on an A3 or A4-sized paper from an office copier machine and displayed on employee workstations, or distributed together with your workshop handouts.

The TWI JM Poster complements the 'TWI Program: Job Methods (JM) Training' presentation materials and the TWI JM Pocket Cards. It serves as a takeaway and summary of your job improvement presentation.

Contents in the TWI JM poster include:

1. What Is The TWI Job Methods Program
2. The Four Steps of Job Methods
3. The 5Ws and 1H

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  1. 1. TWI Job Methods A practical plan to help you produce greater quantities of quality products in less time, by making the best use of Manpower, Machines, and Materials now available. 1. List all details of the job exactly as done by the current method 2. Be sure details include everything: § Material handling § Machine work § Hand work Step 1: Break Down The Job Step 2: Question Every Detail 1. ELIMINATE unnecessary details 2. COMBINE details when practical 3. REARRANGE for better sequence 4. SIMPLIFY all necessary details To make the job easier and safer to do: § Put materials, tools, and equipment into the best position and within convenient reach for the operator § Use gravity feed hoppers or drop delivery chutes whenever possible § Make effective use of both hands § Use jigs and fixtures instead of hands 5. Work out your ideas WITH OTHERS 6. WRITE UP the proposed new method Step 3: Develop The New Method 1. SELL your proposal to the boss 2. SELL the new method to the operators 3. Get FINAL APPROVAL of all concerned on Safety, Quality, Quantity, Cost, etc. 4. PUT the new method TO WORK. Use it until a better way is developed. 5. Give CREDIT where credit is due Step 4: Apply The New Method HOW TO IMPROVE Break Down The Job Question Every Detail Develop The New Method Apply The New Method 1. Why is it necessary? 2. What is its purpose? 3. Where should it be done? 4. When should it be done? 5. Who is best qualified to do it? 6. How is ‘the best way’ to do it? Note the order of 5Ws and 1H The 5 Ws and 1 H © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. 1. Use these types of questions: § Why is it necessary? § What is its purpose? § Where should it be done? § When should it be done? § Who is best qualified to do it? § How is the ‘best way’ to do it? 2. Question the following at the same time: § Materials § Machines § Equipment § Tools § Product Design § Workplace Layout § Movement § Safety § Housekeeping
  2. 2. TWI Job Methods © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. A practical plan to help you produce greater quantities of quality products in less time, by making the best use of Manpower, Machines, and Materials now available. 1. List all details of the job exactly as done by the current method 2. Be sure details include everything: § Material handling § Machine work § Hand work Step 1: Break Down The Job 1. Use these types of questions: § Why is it necessary? § What is its purpose? § Where should it be done? § When should it be done? § Who is best qualified to do it? § How is the ‘best way’ to do it? 2. Question the following at the same time: § Materials § Machines § Equipment § Tools § Product Design § Workplace Layout § Movement § Safety § Housekeeping Step 2: Question Every Detail 1. ELIMINATE unnecessary details 2. COMBINE details when practical 3. REARRANGE for better sequence 4. SIMPLIFY all necessary details To make the job easier and safer to do: § Put materials, tools, and equipment into the best position and within convenient reach for the operator § Use gravity feed hoppers or drop delivery chutes whenever possible § Make effective use of both hands § Use jigs and fixtures instead of hands 5. Work out your ideas WITH OTHERS 6. WRITE UP the proposed new method Step 3: Develop The New Method 1. SELL your proposal to the boss 2. SELL the new method to the operators 3. Get FINAL APPROVAL of all concerned on Safety, Quality, Quantity, Cost, etc. 4. PUT the new method TO WORK. Use it until a better way is developed. 5. Give CREDIT where credit is due Step 4: Apply The New Method HOW TO IMPROVE Break Down The Job Question Every Detail Develop The New Method Apply The New Method 1. Why is it necessary? 2. What is its purpose? 3. Where should it be done? 4. When should it be done? 5. Who is best qualified to do it? 6. How is ‘the best way’ to do it? Note the order of 5Ws and 1H The 5 Ws and 1 H
  3. 3. © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. 3 Operational Excellence Consulting is a management training and consulting firm that assists organizations in improving business performance and effectiveness. Based in Singapore, the firm’s mission is to create business value for organizations through innovative design and operational excellence management training and consulting solutions. For more information, please visit www.oeconsulting.com.sg

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