ZERO ACCIDENT VISION
According to the Zero Accident Vision, all accidents are preventable. One of the leading ideas is to learn from those accidents that have occurred and to take corrective actions to prevent similar accidents from occurring again. Working towards Zero Accidents requires cooperation at all levels within the organization.
The Zero Accident Vision does not accept that accidents simply happen because of bad luck. Human error or haste are often seen as the root cause of an accident. Top management plays a key role when improving occupational safety because preventing accidents and creating a better safety culture requires resources – both work time and financial input.
There are three elements missing from many views of safety excellence that absolutely are critical to a true understanding and definition of the term:
2) Process Indicator
If your organization desires to achieve safety excellence you must have process metrics that facilitate understanding of how excellence is achieved.
Transparency in information sharing is an important tool in co-operation towards better safety within an organization. Working towards Zero Accident Vision needs resources for adequate training (both vocational training and workplace-specific safety training). and workplace orientation, appropriate working equipment and methods, enough time to perform work safety processes, and adequate PPE (personal protective equipment).
In order to work safely, workers should be aware of the risks and the correct, safe ways to work in each particular work environment and workplace. This can be achieved by safety training and orientation at the company level.
MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS
Zero Accident: The risk of falling, risks related to electricity or handling of machinery, road hazards, and more. Every day, the awareness of each and every employee is essential to avoid accidents in the workplace and to prevent occupational illnesses.
- OH & S Management System Implementation
- Safety KPIs
- Workplace & Safety
- Safety Signage Standardization
Employee Engagement: To improve workplace conditions that drive engagement and enhance employee sense of well being.
- Basic 5S Awareness
- 1S, 2S Implementation
- Workplace Visual Management (Visual Factory)
- Kaizen Strategy Implementation
- Suggestion Scheme
- Innovative Leaders
Zero Breakdown: Maintenance is all about working for the ultimate goal with a winning maintenance strategy.
- My Machine Campaign
- Machine Utilization Monitoring
- Machine Losses Reduction
- Breakdown Analysis
- Preventive Maintenance
- 3S ,4S & 5S for Machine & Office area
Zero Waste: To eliminate waste across entire waste value chains to the fullest extent possible through reuse and recycling. Zero Waste is more than just a problem of disposal but a need to reduce harm encompassing the entire life cycle of a product.
- Time & Motion Study
- Lean Layouting
- ZCA (Zero Cost Automation) & LCA (Low-Cost Automation)
- Material Handling Optimization
- OEE/ OLE
Zero Fatigue: Fatigue is a workplace hazard and can be associated with the safety and health of the worker. It affects the health and safety of the employee.
- Scope Defining
- Workplace Ergonomics Analysis different Technical Score (REBA, RULA, WAS, HARM, NIOSH, JSI, KIM, EAWS, RAMP)
- OFI(Opportunities of Improvements) Points Sharing
- Support in Workplace Design Modification
- Final Audit
Zero Effect: To make the production process, product, environment friendly and good enough for social well-being and sustainability of the environment.
- Environment Policy
- Effect Impact Analysis & Life Cycle Assessment
- Energy Cost Optimisation
- Waste Management & Control
Zero Defect: Developing a product that has no defects but ensuring the quality standards and reducing the defects to a level of zero in your projects.
- Quality Management System Awareness
- Quality Performance (Quality KPI Development & Tracking )
- Non-Conformities Identification & CAPA Implementation
- Workplace Audit
- 7 QC Tools & 7 Management Tools
- Problem Solving & Poka Yoke
- Root Cause Analysis
Zero Loss: Zero Loss” is an aim/attempt to overcome such losses or minimize their effect up to great extent in order to reduce the manufacturing cost
- Advance Lean Practices Implementation
- Manpower Rationalization
- Design & Process FMEA
- Line Balancing
Zero Delivery / Failure: To accomplish the task within the lead time without failure in inventory time, WIP storage, logistics cost, and mapping of the steps a company takes to complete a certain process.
- Value Stream Mapping
- Value Supply Chain Management
- Inventory Analysis & Management
- Process Mapping (BPM/BPR)