LEAN QMS                                             

by Ty Haines, December 7, 2020


Procedure waste indicators include:

  • Not used, do not match practice no longer relevant;

This includes companies that abandoned the IATF 16949:2016 requirements at transition to fall back to ISO 9001 only – their QMS still had legacy auto requirements that were no longer needed but cost time to keep up.

  • require us to do things ($) and we don’t know why;

  • not used for training;

  • are confusing;

  • multiple Procedures and Work Instructions have last revision over 10 years back.

The above cost time and money plus encourages mistakes.

To read more on the importance of LEAN QMS, click here

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  • Get Supplier and Internal Audits up to date for ISO 9000, IATF 16949, AS9100D and ISO 13485

  • Redesign work areas for social distance and/or barriers

  • Put in advanced quality systems as part of the diversified plan to enter medical, aerospace and/or automotive

  • Get the Lean Out! Fix bottlenecks and take waste out of processes while business is slow

  • Get your employees engaged and focused with our hands on training and results driven KaizenetteTM

Whether you do these internally or with Manufacturer Solutions, LLC’s help, one or more are worth your thought. We wish you success and are ready to help!

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Since our team has manufacturing success at various levels and responsibilities, we are focused on delivering value.  Having sat on both sides of the table we are a bit frugal and respect the part of the value formula in keeping the cost down.  Many consulting firms lack the pragmatism, some have never gotten their hands dirty setting a tool or physically running equipment making parts:  we have because it is part of learning the whole operation.

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