Kaizen (Continuous Improvement) is a technique in which all employees at all levels of a company work together to achieve regular, incremental improvements to the manufacturing process.
In other words, it combines the collective talents within a company to create a powerful engine for improvement
After going through Kaizen Approach & Implementation Technique training participants will understand and learn about:
- Learn how to improve productivity by continuous improvement.
- Understand how to minimize waste by continuous improvement.
- Learn how to improve quality.
- Understand how to engage the workforce.
- How to eliminate unnecessary waste.
- Why kaizen implementation is necessary.
Who Should Attend
- Human Resources
- Safety Coordinators
- Safety Specialists
- Safety Managers
- Loss Control Managers
- Operations Managers
- Project Managers
Benefits Of Attending
As industries are moving through more competitiveness and mass customization, there is a need to reduce your manufacturing cost and bring more flexibility to your production capabilities. SLCA uses technologies and principles which are easy to maintain and upgrade and require less maintenance cost.
Simple and Low-Cost Automation will offer the following benefits:
- Improve Productivity
- Increase Flexibility in production
- Enhance Quality
- Increase Safety at the workplace
- Reduce manual and repeated effort
- Reduce Lead times
- Reduce Scrap and Repair
- Less maintenance cost in comparison to sophisticated automation
- Faster return on investments
- Less capital investment
- Only semi-skilled manpower is able to run the SLCA
- Reusable and Adaptable to changes in market and product
1. Ice Breaking Game
– Introduction Kaizen
2. Developing a Kaizen Map
– How to identify
– AoI (Area of Improvement)
– 7 Aspects of Identifying AoI
4. Kaizen Template
– Temperature Measurement
– Writing a Kaizen proposal
– Conducting Cost-Benefit Analysis
– Team Sharing & Brain Storming to Improve Draft Kaizen
5. Presenting the Kaizen
– The 7 Step Approach
– The Kaizen Presentation Skill to Senior Management
– Evaluating the Kaizen (Areas to focus when reviewing Kaizen
6. Executing Kaizen
– Approach-Developing the Blue Print
– Convincing the internal customer
– Creating Ownership of Kaizen
– Observe and Report Success
– Horizontal Deployment
7. Supporting Tools for Kaizen
– Poke Yoke &Mistake Proofing
– Simple & Low-Cost Kaizen
– Utilising Gravity
– Friction -The 5 Elements
8. Summary, Q&A and Conclusion
Feedback From Past Participants
“This workshop helped us to improve productivity and quality.
“This workshop had the knowledge to eliminate unnecessary waste.”
“The trainer guidance has helped us to implement the kaizen technique successfully.”