Lean Manufacturing: Waiting Waste

Welcome to this course on Lean Manufacturing: Waiting Waste. Valuable production time is lost while we wait. Lean Manufacturing aims to helps us eliminate waste and optimise production. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Waiting Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Skills Waste

Welcome to this course on Lean Manufacturing: Skills Waste. Skills Waste happens when an employee can do more, but their current role doesn’t activate their full potential. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Skills Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Inventory Waste

Welcome to this course on Inventory Waste. In today’s competitive manufacturing landscape, companies are constantly striving to reduce waste and optimise their processes. One of the biggest forms of waste in manufacturing is Inventory Waste. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Inventory Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Overproduction Waste

Welcome to this course on Overproduction Waste. Have you ever wondered if you’re producing more than your customers actually need? This might be a sign of Overproduction Waste, one of the eight types of waste in Lean Manufacturing. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Overproduction Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Over-processing Waste

Welcome to this course on Lean Manufacturing: Over-processing Waste. In our quest for efficiency, sometimes we add unnecessary steps to a process. This can lead to a hidden waste known as Over-processing Waste in Lean Manufacturing. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Over-processing Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Defects Waste

Welcome to this course on Defects Waste, part of the Lean Manufacturing series. Preventing defects requires a proactive approach. Every step towards zero defects brings us closer to a truly Lean Manufacturing operation. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Defects Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Motion Waste

Welcome to this course on Motion Waste in Lean Manufacturing. In this course we’ll explore what Motion Waste is, how it impacts production, and most importantly, how to identify and eliminate it for a more efficient and streamlined operation. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Motion Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: Transportation Waste

Welcome to this course on Transportation Waste in Lean Manufacturing. Any needless movement of supplies, personnel, equipment, inventory, or finished goods within a manufacturing setting is referred to as Transportation Waste. Click on the link below inside the grey box to watch the video on Transportation Waste.

Lean Manufacturing: An Introduction

Welcome to this introductory course on Lean Manufacturing. Waste elimination is the core concept of lean manufacturing. Lean manufacturing focuses on identifying and eliminating any activities that don’t add value for the customer. By understanding and eliminating these wastes, we can streamline our processes, improve efficiency, and boost customer satisfaction. Click on the link below […]

Timekeeping and Planning

Timekeeping and planning are two important skills that can help you be more successful in your personal and professional life. By learning to keep time and plan effectively, you can:

You should wash your hands for as long as it takes to sing the “Happy Birthday” song, that’s about 20 seconds.

And remember, wet your hands with clean running water (warm or cold) and use soap!

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This popular method of testing for bad breath doesn’t actually work very well.

A lot of people think that if you cup your hand over your mouth and nose and breathe into it you can tell if your breath smells bad.

But the air is released differently when you do that versus when you are face-to-face with someone, interacting with and talking to them.
A better way to lick the inside of your wrist. Wait 5-10 seconds for the saliva to dry.

Then smell the inside of your wrist where the saliva has dried.
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Hygiene is important in the workplace because it contributes to a healthy workforce. 

A healthy workforce is happier and more productive. 

A healthy workplace also means workers take less sick leave. 

Personal hygiene in the workplace makes for a more pleasant place for everyone to be in.

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