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Toyota Production System (TPS)

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Gina Macias

on 13 February 2014

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Transcript of Toyota Production System (TPS)

6 Steps to Continuous Improvement
Standardization & Kaizen
What is the Toyota Production System - TPS
Standardization helps maintain improvements gained and sets the baseline
Forms of Waste
1. Customer first
2. People are the most valuable resource
3. Reduce Waste/ Improve Efficiency
4. Shop floor focus
5. Continuous improvement (Kaizen)
Toyota Production System (TPS)
"small changes, big impact"
The Toyota Production System

Waste is Non-Value Added Work
1. Overproduction
2. Waiting
3. Conveyance
4. Processing
5. Inventory
6. Motion
7. Correction
Long Training
Excess Walking
Excess Handling
Step 1
Find Improvement Needs
Step 2
Analyze Present Condition
Step 3
Generate Improvement
Step 4
Try Ideas
Step 5
Implement the
Best Ideas
Step 6
Evaluate the
New Method
Pallet picking
Dock scheduling
Staging lanes

Kitchen/Pantry – efficient client service
Food box assembly and distribution

Inventory management
Order picking

Bulk produce sort
Order picking
Warehouse staff scheduling

Retail produce sort
Warehouse layout

Frozen meat sort
Volunteer management

The Toyota Production System - "In Action"
TPS in Action at Food Banks
Summary & Moving Forward
This is a cultural and philosophical change NOT an activity or project.
Involve People that perform the work at the process
Daily shop floor walks (go and see with your own eyes)
Daily meetings to discuss problem & reflect on learning points
Challenge Yourself - Learn by Doing
Standardized work gives us order, progress of how to do work and a baseline for improvement
Flow of materials is simpler with less material stagnation
Visual control helps identify problems and resolves them
YOU are key to sustaining
SAFB Involved in strategic planning for how to roll this out to the entire network
Factors or elements of the production process which increase costs,
but do not add value or improve product quality
How the SAFB is using TPS
Other ways we are currently
implementing TPS
On the horizon...
Volunteer Operations
Other Departments
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