Improving Production & Productivity

During the discussions it has been noticed that there
is process deviation in HRM due to many reasons
resulting reduction of desired quality of output to meet
the customer requirements and also financial
A Case study is given in this paper, to reduce
the defects such as pit marks, pinching, edge damage,
bad coiling and material defect from input material.
These defects are identified and the reasons for
occurrence are studied in detail, using the following
techniques such as continual improvement process,
delay analysis, preventive & corrective action and
shutdown maintenance. After introducing these
techniques the production & productivity in HRM is
measured and by using the relative data’s the Overall
effective efficiency of HRM is calculated. The
improvised process and results are shown using

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Wed, 13/04/2011 - 10:07