Workstation Design, Ergonomics, 5S Training
Lean workstation design is the design of a process that will provide efficient outputs in accordance with ergonomic rules so that workstations can overcome changes in operating conditions or uncertainties caused by the environment.
- Flexibility Concept, Benefits, Types, Flexible Manufacturing Systems
- Classical Approach to Demand Fluctuations
- Flexible Manufacturing Systems Against Demand Fluctuations, Flexibility Steps
- Flexibility Comparison of Workstation Layout Types
- Parameters of Workstation Design; Determination of Material Flow System, Compliance with Ergonomics Rules, Use of 5S Principles, Use of Andon and Other Parameters, Ergonomics Concept
- 5S Concept and Examples, 5S Implementation Steps
- Flexible workstation design
- 5S Implementation
- Ability to compare layout types in terms of flexibility in a workstation.
- Ability to design workstations that better adapt to demand fluctuations.
- Being able to design workstations that can produce with small lot sizes.
- Ability to detect and remove obstacles that hinder the movement of workers at a workstation.
- Ability to design an ergonomic workstation.
- Ability to perform 5S work on a workstation.
- Ability to increase inventory turnover.
- Ability to reduce stocks of semi-finished products.
- Ability to accelerate material transfers and movements.
- To be able to create an efficient, visual, and ergonomic workplace.