Date(s) – 21/04/2017
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Australian Industry Group – QLD
Standard work is considered one of the key foundations for all kaizen and lean management activities in Japan, allowing operations to be quantified, managed and improved. It is critical to establish standard work in order to guarantee efficiency, quality, cost, delivery and safety within your operations. However, most importantly it provides a clear baseline for further improvement to be identified and achieved.
Join this one-day master class to strengthen your ability to analyse and create standard work within your operations. Learn how standard work is defined in Japanese lean manufacturing best-practice companies such as Toyota. Learn about the role of time studies and work sampling for defining standard work and identifying improvement opportunities for your business.
Brisbane Standard Work Master Class
Friday, 21 April 2017, 08:30 to 16:00
Location: Australian Industry Group, 202 Boundary Street, Spring Hill, QLD.
Fee: $595 excl. GST
Register: Use the registration form at the bottom of this page, or E-mail or phone on +61 8 8394 0005
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Standard Work Topics
• Standard work definition and application
• Measuring, charting and analysis methods for standard work
• Time and motion studies
• Work sampling
• Operations analysis
By participating in this master class you will:
• Understand the role of standard work in kaizen
• Identify the key steps for carrying out successful time and motion studies
• Practice drawing standard work combination tables and workload charts
• Learn how to effectively analyse both repetitive and non-repetitive work
• Learn to better manage your business processes and operations
• Create a foundation for continuous improvement within your organisation
This master class is part of the Kaizen Foundation Series currently being run in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Topics include Lean Leadership, Standard Work, Visual Management and 5S. For details of other dates, cities and topics, refer to lean training or contact Shinka Management.