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  • Making your Portable Restroom business Lean and mean How to boost productivity and increase your bottom line
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  • AGENDA What is Lean? How can it transform your business? How do you get started? Common pitfalls and mistakes Questions & comments
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  • WHAT IS LEAN? The research team found, upon studying Toyota and comparing them to the Big 3 American auto manufacturers, that Toyota was able to produce MORE with LESS: MORE: Quality Value Innovation Customer satisfaction LESS: Floor space Inventory People Equipment Defects Accidents The term "lean" was coined to describe Toyota's business during the late 1980s by a research team headed by Jim Womack, Ph.D., at MIT's International Motor Vehicle Program.
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  • LEAN IS NOT About laying people off A Japanese thing Only for manufacturing Only for large companies A program Only a set of tools
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  • CORE CONCEPTS OF LEAN PRODUCTION 1. WORK = VALUE ADD + WASTE Activities which meet the following criteria: Customers are willing to pay for it Changes the fit, form, or function of a product Is done correctly the first time Activities which meet the following criteria: Customers are willing to pay for it Changes the fit, form, or function of a product Is done correctly the first time Everything else! Increases cost Lowers quality Everything else! Increases cost Lowers quality 2. RESPECT FOR PEOPLE Engage the entire organization to eliminate waste
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  • Seven types of Waste Excess of Production InventoryTransport Waiting Motion Unnecessary Process Defects
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  • HOW CAN LEAN TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS Increased customer satisfaction
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  • HOW CAN LEAN TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS Increased employee satisfaction
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  • HOW CAN LEAN TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS Increased productivity (labor and equipment)
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  • THREE COMPONENTS OF A SUCCESSFUL LEAN TRANSFORMATION Culture Operating system Performance management system
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  • THERE ARE MANY LEAN TOOLS TO HELP IDENTIFY AND REMOVE WASTE 5S Workplace Organization Single Piece Flow / Cellular Manufacturing Visual Management Total Productive Maintenance SMED Quick changeover from one product to another Kanban / Pull Systems Kaizen
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  • 5S IS A SYSTEM FOR WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION Only the equipment, tools and material required for production is kept in the workplace A place for everything, and everything it its place Clean the entire workplace and all equipment Use standard procedures and checklists to maintain a clean and orderly work area Establish a system to monitor 5S to ensure that it is maintained Sort Straighten Scrub Standardize Sustain
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  • RESTROOM ASSEMBLY KAIZEN Before: Assemble 28 units at a time 8 operators ~60 minutes/unit assembly time After: 3 teams of 3 operators assemble one unit at a time 3 - 9 operators, depending on demand ~45 minutes/unit assembly time (25% productivity improvement)
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  • RESOURCES
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  • Questions?