If You are an Innovator, We have something for you!!!

Are You an Innovator!!!

Innovations is no body monopoly. Rightly said, innovation can come from anyone, may be a road side hawker, a 5 year old child, an illiterate farmer, an engineer, a sales person, a student, a scientist. Innovation, knows no boundaries & limitation of education, age, profession, etc.

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Innovation needs a “problem to be solved” & “dedication for finding the solutions”. Majority of the times, innovation is only small changes made in any environment, that may have a very large impact.

We have many ideas flowing all around, idea can yield results, only if they are implemented in systematic way. India has vast opportunities for innovation in all spheres of lives. We also have potential to tackle all challenges in simpler ways.

We are looking for such innovators, who want to make a impact by simple changes in lives of people. We invite such people to work with us.

  • Are you good at innovation?
  • Have you designed something creative?
  • Is you creation, need of the future?
  • Do you want to commercialize your innovation for benefiting the society?
  • We have a attractive a option for you!!!

Attention innovators!!!

  • Innovators, who have ready working model of their project should send synopsis of your project on rds@breval.co.in
  • Selected candidates will be called for further discussions.

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Introduction to 5S -The Super Organiser

5S Structure

 

Introduction to 5S – Super Organiser

The 5 steps of 5S – Super Organiser are as explained below:

Sort:

This process identifies the items that are required to perform work in the work areas. Clear (sort out) all other items from the work area. It has following benefits:

  • Efficient use of work space
  • Improved safety
  • Improved productivity
  • Improved utilization of materials, supplies, and resource
  • More visible work flow
  • Improved employee satisfaction
  • Improved quality

Set In Order:

Aplace for everything & every person at its place. This supports in ease for retrieval. It has following benefits:

  • Elimination of 7 wastes and ease effort needed to search for or retrieve tools and supplies.
  • Easy identification of any missing tools
  • Improved safety through an organized workplace
  • Increased productivity

Shine:

Proactive/preventive housekeeping to keep work areas, work surfaces, and equipment clean and free from dirt, debris, oil, etc. Benefits:

  • Cleaner and more satisfying place to work
  • Improved Quality standards
  • Maintenance issues exposed faster (planned downtime vs. unplanned downtime)
  • Improved safety (fewer accidents)
  • Improved work culture

Standardize:

Do things in a consistent and standard way. Formulate standardize procedures for activities, instruction, schedules, checklist for helping keep the workplace clean and organized. Standardize work area layouts and storage techniques wherever possible. Visual Management implementation for ease of maintaining standardisation.

Sustain:

Integrate 5S principles into the organization’s objectives in order to sustain new standards and continually improve the workplace.

Workshop on 5S

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Failure mode & effect Analysis (FMEA)

An Engineering technique for system reliability improvement.
FMEA refers to a structural tool to identify potential failures at component level, the causes of these failures, and effect these failures will have on the operation of the system.

Steps:

1. Determine product & gather associated data.
2. List all the possible failure modes. This is a very important step, and should be given enough time and resources. For each failure ask how, where, when and why.
3. Calculate RPN (Risk priority No.)
4. Put all in descending order of RPN nos.
5. Development of action plan which the team deem most significant.
6. Failure with high Severity no. should be given importance even if RPN no. is low.
7. Document & report the results

Risk Priority No.:

RPN= Probability of Occurrence X Severity X Detection

Probability of Occurrence: this refers to probability of occurrence of failure
Severity: An estimate regarding the impact of this failure would have
Detection: An estimate of probability that the failure would be detected, if occurred.

FMEA

This is a Before-the-fact action, not an After-the-fact action.

Applications of FMEA:

1. Design of reliability. This is termed as DFMEA (design FMEA)
2. Quality engineering. This is to improve process and is termed as PFMEA (process FMEA).
3. To prepare maintenance strategy of installed equipment.
4. Proactive identification and elimination of potential of failures.

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