Principles of Lean Manufacturing highlighting 5S: Workplace Organization Training
Lean organizations are able to be more responsive to market trends, deliver products and services faster, and provide products and services less expensively than their non-lean counterparts. Lean crosses all industry boundaries, addresses all organization functions, and impacts the entire system - supply chain to customer base. This overview class provides a solid foundation of lean concepts. Participants begin by manufacturing various assemblies in a traditional manufacturing setting. The results of the first simulation round provide the setting for continuous improvement by applying the lean manufacturing principles. Participants will have the knowledge of understanding the 8 wastes in manufacturing. A mixture of lecture and hands-on simulations will teach lessons in standardized work, workplace organization, visual controls, set-up reduction, batch size reduction, point of use storage, quality at the source, workforce practices, and pull systems.
5S: Workplace Organization will be covered in detail. The 5S methodology is the cornerstone of creating discipline in the workplace and forms the foundation for all workplace improvements. 5S has only a little to do with creating a clean and tidy work area where everything is neat, near-by, and easy and fast to get to. That is indeed what you see when you go to a great 5S work managed operation, but that is not the only benefit of 5S. 5S is there to help you do perfect work every time. 5S is really about:
Specific step-by-step instructions on each of the five S's (Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain) will be explained, along with many practical examples.
When: April 24, 2019 | 8:00AM-4:30PM
Where: Location TBD
Fee: ARMA Member ($300) | Non-member ($350)
For questions, please contact Liz Gori at firstname.lastname@example.org.