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Jishuken Activities (Oct 2008)

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STEP ACTIVITIES ( Oct 2008 ) STANDARD WORKING DAY
STEP-0 TRAINING 7
0-1 Stop 6 Introduction 1
0-2 TPS – Introduction 0.5
0-3 TPS- JIT 2.5
0-4 TPS – SW 2
0-5 QAC 0.5
0-6 17 Step’s 0.5
STEP-1 SAFETY ASSURANCE 5
1. Patrol Check base on “STOP 6” by Jishuken team 1
2. Making rank criteria by company management 0.5
3. Confirm Actual Patrol Check by Company Management 0.5
4. Company Decision
5. 4M analysis(Ranking category) 1.5
6. Countermeasure for Safety Assurance(permanent & temporary base on 4M) 1
7. Company Standardization (linked to productivity & quality) 0.5
STEP-2 THEME SELECTION 3
8. Data Collection (including planning time) 2
9. Discuss with Supplier 0.5
10. Theme Selection 0.5
STEP-3 MAKE PFC “BEFORE” 2
11. Make Process Flow Table 1.25
12. Draw PFC 0.75
KICK OFF
STEP-4 ARRANGE SMOOTH FLOW (SEIRYUKA ) 4
13. Check Machine Loading Capacity 1
14. Set Up Fix Part on Each Machine( Temporary Standard for Material & Machine ) 1
15 Set Up PFC Target Image 1
16. Arrange Smooth Flow 1
STEP-5 SET TEMPORARY STANDARD 2
17. Training & Simulation Game 1
18. Make Store 0.25
19. Make Temporary Standard Job (Man & Method) 0.25
20. Keep Temporary Standard 0.5
STEP-6 CONFIRMATION TRIAL 5
21. Confirm Implementation from “Push” to “Pull” System for Several Days (Maximum 1 week trial)
– Change information issue methods 2
– Use “temporary internal kanban” 2
– Current stagnation condition 1
STEP-7 MAKE PIFC “BEFORE” 2
22. Add Information Flow on PFC 1
23. Grasp Current Condition/Information (5W 2H) 0.5
à Clear to reason “why”
24. Lead Time Calculation (“Before” means that the condition was after setting temporary standard ) 0.5
STEP-8 MAKE PIFC “IDEAL” 1
25. Draw PIFC without any Stagnation on Part & Information 0.5
* Set the 4M (5W 2H investigation) 0.25
à Clear to reason “why”
26. Lead Time Calculation 0.25
STEP-9 GAP / PROBLEM ANALYSIS 3
27. To Compare “Before” and “Ideal” Condition 1
28. List Up Gap/Problem 0.5
29. Setting Priority of Problem to be Improved 0.5
30. Problem Analysis by 4M 1
STEP-10 SET-UP JISHUKEN TARGET 4
31. Decide Kaizen Direction Base on Priority for Each Process 1
32. Set Up Target Condition 1
Decide Control Point for : 1
– Process Performance Target 0.5
– Result Performance Target 0.5
STEP-11 MAKE PIFC “TARGET” 1
33. Draw PIFC Target 0.25
* Set the 4M (5W 2H investigation) 0.25
à Clear to reason “why”
34. Decide What Supporting Tools Should be Made 0.125
35. Lead Time Calculation Base on Target 0.125
36. Get Supplier’s Top Management Commitment 0.25
STEP-12 SET JISHUKEN GROUP & SCHEDULE 1
37. Decide Group Base on Necessity Kaizen To Be Done (Set Role & Responsibility of Each Member) 0.5
38. Decide Daily Schedule Activity & Follow Up System (Periodic Discussion with Supplier’s Top Management) 0.5
MID REVIEW
STEP-13 KAIZEN ACTIVITY 21
39. ‘Nemawasi’ to Related Shop Floor to Get Request & Support (Self Introduction, explain the purpose & ask for request) 1
40. Data Processing & Temporary Tools Making 6
41. Self Simulation 10
42. Formal Tool Making 1
43. Make S/W, Supervisory Role & Abnormality Rule 3
STEP-14 TRAINING & TRIAL 4
44. Conduct Training to Related Operator / Leader 1
45. Trial New System 2
46. Monitoring & Follow Up (Using Check Sheet) 1
STEP-15 TRIAL RESULT EVALUATION 3
47. Analyze Actual Result vs Target / Standard * Grasp the 4M (5W 2H investigation) 1
48. Lead Time Calculation for achieved condition * Including reason & analysis 0.5
– Check Fluctuation of Actual with Standard for Each Control Point 0.5
– Run This Step for Several Times 0.5
– Check Operator Walking, Motion and Feeling (eyesight, hearing, touch, smell, etc ) 0.5
STEP-16 MAKE STANDARDIZED WORK 5
49. Make Visualization Control for 4M 1
50. Set Supervisory Role 3
51. Daily Maintenance by Management Refer to Decided Control Point 1
STEP-17 SET NEXT STEP KAIZEN TARGET 4
52. Suggest Kaizen Recommendation to Supplier for Level Up Activity 0.5
53. Continue Remaining Kaizen 3.5
FINAL REVIEW
Step 0 7
Step 1 5
Sub Total Step 2- Step 17 65
Total 77

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November 11, 2008 pada 10:01 am

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