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Transcript: I LIKE CHEESE Lunch starts at 11:45 and ends at 12:08 for 7th grade. We usually get dismissed for the lunch line at 11:53 and then get dismissed to dump our trays at 12:03. That leaves roughly around 10 minutes to eat our lunch. My suggestion is that we can leave less time to talk at the beginning of lunch and start dismissing us right away. Then we can see if there is any chance to dismiss us to dump our trays any later. The plan I have made is really simple and could be implemented almost right away. The only major difference would be changing the lunch line but even that wouldn't take to long and doesn't need much attention. So this plan of action, I think, is very very simple and affective. The Lunch Line Industrial Engineering Taking Action This could mean two things, the possible side affects and the effects of failing to address this problem. One of the side affects would be having to make the lunch ladies work harder because of the extra work in both lines. If there is a fail to address this so conclusive problem there would be less time to eat and that would significantly reduce the amount food we consume. Length of Lunch The Cost and Benefit The cost would be the same as the lunch line cost now, I am just suggesting a more effective way. The benefit on the other hand would be great. The students would be happier with their elongated lunch and everyone could slow down and enjoy themselves. Addressing The Solution The Problem of Lunch Time Length By: Kyler Gish Possible Failure Another thing that is holding up lunch is the way the lunch line functions. The ala cart line takes up a whole side and I don't think that that is necessary. I suggest that we blend the lines so there is more flow in the way it is functioning Describing The Problem


Transcript: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PROJECT CHILDREN TRI-CYCLE MANUFACTURING INTRODUCTION This project emphasizes on production planning of children Tri-cycle assembly process incorporating various Industrial Engineering tools and techniques such as work study, strategic capacity planning, facilities layout and Material Requirement Planning. Students shall be able to apply the theories learn in the lectures and the practical work during laboratory activities in order to complete this project. This project also stresses the importance of good team work and communication skills amongst the students. In our discussion, we had suggested that in assembly line, we should use a conveyor to transport the part from one process to the other process. The new layout when we place the conveyor as below. The process time can be improved by using a jig during the assembly process. This jig can be made from used item such as plywood and PVC. So, the cost is not too much for the company to support beside it can increase the productivity of the assembly line. PROJECT TEAM PLANNING MATERIAL REQUIREMENT PLANNING PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM FORK INSPECTION INSPECTION DISCUSSION PROCESS LAYOUT FACILITY LAYOUT WORK STUDY PRODUCT STRUCTURE BILL OF MATERIAL CHILDREN TRI-CYCLE CAPACITY PLANNING THANK YOU GANTT CHART AND MEETING SCHEDULE As we all know, Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, improvement and installation of integrated system of men, materials and equipment. After completing this project, we are able to describe Engineering tools and techniques in the children tri-cycle manufacturing. The tools and techniques that have been used are work system design, strategic capacity planning, process selection and facility layout and material requirement planning. Time study is used to establish standard time for a job or for an operation. Furthermore, we are able to solve application problems using IE techniques order to improve productivity. The technique used is Assembly Line Balancing (ALB). To improve line balance, we look at reducing the 100% station or the bottleneck station. This can be done by adding an operator or reducing non value added activities or waste. We also combining the 100% station or the bottleneck station with an operation in front or behind, but the sequence of the operation must be maintained. Lastly, we combine other operation to eliminate one of them. Besides, we also use jig as the holder that act as improvement method. So, the part to assembly will not easily slide and easy to maintain it state. This jig is used in assembly line. PROCESS FLOW LAYOUT CONCLUSION FORK ASSEMBLY STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE


Transcript: Thank You Sort all the contract in order forms Compare all the contracts in hardcopy and softcopy Incorporated on 17th August 1974 Objective Jobscope Overview Work Experiences Conclusion Q & A Tazkirah Conclusion CPE Online Budget Contractor Performance Evaluation Briefing about Petronas Carigali HSE Talk (Journey management and office ergonomic) Powertalk (Leadership engagement series) Integrity Talk Cost Estimation Work Experiences Sort all contract list in order forms List all the contract which request ACV Increase Find the value of ACV increase TABLE OF CONTENTS National oil and gas company of Malaysia and wholly owned by Government of Malaysia MPP (2010-2012) Budget design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi Fortune ranks PETRONAS as the 68th largest company in the world in 2012 Review BPW Website Check all links and forms are working and uploaded BPW Website To explore and produce oil and gas, PETRONAS engages PETRONAS Carigali – a wholly owned subsidiary, and other Production Sharing Contractors (PSCs) e.g. EMEPMI, SSB/ SSPC, Murphy etc. applying the Production Sharing terms. Under these terms, PETRONAS bears all the upstream petroleum activities cost of the respective PSC, and the profit shall be shared by PSC and PETRONAS. For cost recovery, PSC shall obtain PETRONAS’ prior approval for all expenses related to the petroleum activities Petronas Carigali Overview Tender Committee (2012-2013) Make slides for budget 2014 in SCM Planning and its breakdown (13 departments) Update the value after checked by General Manager and Finance Key in all budget in BPC System Business includes exploration & production, downstream (oil & petrochemicals), gas & power, logistic and maritime, technology & engineering Talk Wan Ahmad Farid bin Wan Abd Rahman 1014297 Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) Supervised by : Mdm Kerina Visiting Lecturer : Dr Sanisah Saharin Develop skills and techniques directly applicable to careers Gain as much as practical experiences as an addition to the knowledge learned from class, lab and workshop Enhance advancement possibilities of graduates To demonstrate skills in communication, management and teamwork To adopt ethic, professionalism and HSE practices in work culture To demonstrate continuous building of skills and knowledge throughout the training Engineering Industrial Training Objectives Formulate Carigali SCM objectives and strategy Formulate Master Procurement Plan (MPP) Performance Management Custodian of documents management control for SCM Drive the community of practice (CoPs) for Carigali SCM Propagate best practices and lesson learnt Custodian of Carigali SCM Team Space portal Benchmarking of Carigali SCM best practices Business improvement Site Visit Exploration & Production (E & P) in PETRONAS Every Friday (8.30 am – 9.00 am) Present about fasting in Ramadhan SCM Planning Job Scope ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PRESENTATION (10th June 2013 – 31st August 2013) Meeting

Industrial engineering

Transcript: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Importance Skills Time Management Managing one's own time and the time of others. Active Listening Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. Mathematics Using mathematics to solve problems. Service Orientation Actively looking for ways to help people. Critical Thinking Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. Coordination Adjusting actions in relation to others' actions Complex Problem Solving Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Judgment and Decision Making Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one. Reading Comprehension Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents. Active Learning Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making. Monitoring Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action. Speaking Talking to others to convey information effectively. Writing Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience. Management of Material Resources Obtaining and seeing to the appropriate use of equipment, facilities, and materials needed to do certain work. Negotiation Bringing others together and trying to reconcile differences. Management of Personnel Resources Motivating, developing, and directing people as they work, identifying the best people for the job. Learning Strategies Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things. Systems Analysis Determining how a system should work and how changes in conditions, operations, and the environment will affect outcomes. Systems Evaluation Identifying measures or indicators of system performance and the actions needed to improve or correct performance, relative to the goals of the system. Persuasion Persuading others to change their minds or behavior. Social Perceptiveness Being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do. Instructing Teaching others how to do something. Importance Knowledge Production and Processing Knowledge of: raw materials production processes quality control costs other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods. Mathematics Knowledge of arithmetic algebra geometry calculus statistics their applications. Mechanical Knowledge of : machines and tools including : their designs uses repair maintenance. Design Knowledge of : design techniques tools principles involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models. Engineering and Technology Knowledge of the practical application of engineering science and technology. This includes: applying principles techniques procedures equipment to the design and production of various goods and services. English Language Knowledge of: the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar. Customer and Personal Service Knowledge of: principles and processes for providing customer and personal services This includes: customer needs assessment meeting quality standards for services evaluation of customer satisfaction. Computers and Electronics Knowledge of: circuit boards processors chips electronic equipment computer hardware and software, including applications and programming. Education and Training Knowledge of: principles and methods for curriculum and training design teaching and instruction for individuals and groups the measurement of training effects. Administration and Management Knowledge of: business and management principles involved in strategic planning resource allocation human resources modeling leadership technique production methods coordination of people and resources. Chemistry Knowledge of: the chemical composition structure properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations that they undergo. This includes : uses of chemicals their interactions, danger signs, production techniques, and disposal methods. Clerical Knowledge of: administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing managing files and records stenography and transcription designing forms other office procedures and terminology. Physics Knowledge and prediction of: physical principles laws their interrelationships applications to understanding fluid material atmospheric dynamics mechanical electrical atomic and sub- atomic structures processes. Importance Values Independence Occupations that satisfy this work value allow employees to work on their own

Industrial Engineering E101 Presentation

Transcript: Industrial Engineering after NCSU Industrial Engineers work to improve everyday things by reducing the waste of energy, time, money, and materials. Some of these issues that industrial engineers work to solve are shortening roller coaster lines, making assembly lines more efficient, and reducing the time it takes for goods to deliver. As an example, in providing access to clean water, there needs to be an overseer to the processes that go into this challenge, who could optimize the workplace for those researching this issue and find ways to improve their productivity. That person is an industrial engineer. Industrial engineers play an important role in improving living conditions of everyday life by working to engineer better medicines, make solar energy cost-competitive with coal, and securing cyberspace to better protect society. Industrial Engineering deals significantly with the optimization of systems, organizations, and a lot of the activities that go on within a particular business. Due to this, it is a very flexible degree program that can offer a plethora of career opportunity. Industrial Engineers Can Change the World Sources Cited Industrial Engineering at NCSU 1. ISE Department at NC State. "Industrial Engineering and Systems Engineering | NC State University." Industrial Engineering and Systems Engineering | NC State University. NC State University, n.d. Web. 30 Oct. 2016. 2. "Grand Challenges - Grand Challenges for Engineering." Grand Challenges - Grand Challenges for Engineering. National Academy of Engineering, n.d. Web. 30 Oct. 2016. 3. "Industrial Engineers : Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 17 Dec. 2015. Web. 30 Oct. 2016. by Christopher, Cody, and Darren: The Bubble Boys Due to the extreme flexibility of this degree, an industrial engineer can utilize their skills in almost any field to impact one, or more, of the Engineering Grand Challenges. There is always a corporation or business working towards these goals and an industrial engineer can fit into any one of these employers. Sources Cited NCSU offers courses that can be taken from an off-campus location such as your home. An Accelerated Degree Program offered as well, which allows exceptional students to complete a BS/MS in 5 years. NCSU offers a general B.S. in Industrial Engineering that is accredited by ABET. Course-work is fairly diverse, drawing from disciplines such as computer modeling, statistics, and advanced mathematics such as linear analysis. Grand Challenges Has the highest projected employment rate increase over the next decade at 20% Extreme diversity in employment opportunities, including jobs as management services engineers, customer service engineers, and more. Industrial Engineering at NCSU What is Industrial Engineering? What Do Industrial Engineers Do? Grand Challenges

Industrial Engineering Presentation

Transcript: Industrial Engineering By: David Novinger and Nicholas Romeo What is an Industrial Engineer? Industrial Engineer Definition: Branch of Engineering that involves figuring out how to make or do things more efficiently What They Do What they do -They reduce production costs -Increasing efficiency -Improving the quality of goods and services -Insure worker health and safety -Protecting the environment -Complying with government regulations Real World Applications Real World Applications -Amazon has a very automated set up and has a very good production line and has very good shipping and industrial engineers had to make all that stuff safe to use for the works in result making the equipment safe for workers use - The Warner Robins Air force base also uses industrial Engineering because they make sure the equipment is safe to use and meets OSHA requirements -Frito Lay is a company that hires and is very well known in the industrial engineering scene Retrieved from (n.d.) Working at Amazon. (n.d.). Retrieved from Retrieved from (n.d.) Retrieved from (n.d.) Retrieved from (n.d.) Ways Engineering is used Ways Engineering is used -Engineering can be used to make assembly lines quicker and safer -Make vehicles more efficient and safer -Improve the structural integrity of buildings -Innovating systems to evaluate job performance -Designing systems to pay workers -Optimizing delivery of goods from company to customer, including finding the most profitable places to locate manufacturing or processing plants. -Develop wage and salary administration systems and job evaluation programs Qualifications And Responsibilities Qualifications And Responsibilities -Industrial engineers typically hold the Bachelors degree in Logistics or business management -One to Four years of experience ________________________________ -Figure out how to manufacture parts or products, or deliver services, with maximum efficiency -Develop management control systems to make financial planning and cost analysis more efficient -Work with customers and management to develop standards for design and production Interesting aspects Interesting Aspects -Industrial engineers work with large sums of data -Looking at blueprints is also a plus of being an industrial engineer -Problem solving is also pretty interesting Working conditions Working Conditions -Industrial engineers need to travel to observe processes -Most industrial engineers work full time -Hours may vary depending on the project -Depending on their tasks, industrial engineers work either in offices or in the setting they are trying to improve -They tend to observe problems for example, they might watch workers assemble parts within a factory Green Environment Green Environment -Development which meets the needs of current generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs -Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and written. -Able to handle multiple tasks concurrently and meet deadlines -Industrial engineers can have in preventing pollution caused by manufacturing processes and emphasizes how both disciplines can be combined to create efficient solutions. Potential Earnings Potential Earnings -The average salary for an entry level Industrial Engineer is $59,468. An experienced Industrial Engineer makes about $86,809 per year. -A masters degree can earn up to $130,000 -For example, the salaries for industrial engineering jobs at Boeing average $75,424 per year compared to UPS industrial engineer salaries ($65,000), according to Glassdoor. Paysa reports some of the top-paying organizations for industrial engineering jobs include Loft ($134,000), McNaughton-Mckay ($137,000), Teague ($133,000) and WAC Lighting ($133,000) and Designworks ($132,000). Job Prospects Job

Industrial Engineering Presentation

Transcript: By: Joel Mueteteke Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineers Industrial Engineers Overview • Industrial engineers apply science, math, and engineering techniques and practices to complex system integration and operations • Industrial Engineers find ways to improve production processes by creating processes and systems that improve quality, safety, and production of products/goods and services. Job Info Job Info Average Salary - The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the average annual salary for industrial engineers is $84,310 as of May 2016 Employment - Jobs for engineers is expected to show little or no change with the US Depart. Of Labor statistics projecting a difference or sum of 2100 jobs or a 1% change in employment from 2014-24 - Because Industrial engineers don’t specialize in one area of work, they are involved/employed in a variety of industries (Ex: Manufacturing, Research and development, etc.) . This is due to the fact that their main area of focus is on reducing internal costs, and making their job an important asset for many industries Education - To become an industrial engineer, the minimum education required is a bachelor’s degree commonly in Industrial Engineering. However, some industrial engineers have degrees in other fields of engineering (electrical, mechanical, etc.). Job Environment - Industrial Engineers may work indoors, outdoors or in a hands-on environment depending on the industry that they are part of. Benefits Benefits -Helps improve and create profitable business practices while increasing customer care and quality - Increases competition, profit, and minimizes resource expenditure and requirements. -This profession doesn’t consume time and can be modified to fit the schedule of a company or organization. - Good organization and improves production, these eliminate some of the potential frustrations of life and are key to the long-term stability and prosperity of a business and/or organization. -Improved ability to do more with limited resources - Decreased production/manufacturing time thus allowing people to get their product in less time. -Assistance and guiding society and business on how to care for the workforce and improving the bottom-line - Showing ways to improve work environments, efficiencies, and teaching ergonomics - Making the world safer through improved design of products and easier use of product(s) -Reducing costs associated with new technologies, in effect, it allows more people to improve their quality of life by being able to afford new technologies Real World Applications Real World Applications List of Industries that incorporate industrial Engineering - hospitals - communications - e-commerce - entertainment - government - finances - food - pharmaceuticals - semiconductors - sports - insurance - sales - accounting - banking - travel - transportation. Real World Scenarios - Reducing the waiting times for rides at a theme or amusement park - Finding a safer way to put together a product to prevent worker injury - Improving the quality of cellphones - Planning where would be the best location(s) to put fire stations, police stations, hospitals, and other infrastructure. Ciatations Ciatations viewcontent.cgi. (2005). Retrieved September 12, 2017, from How IEs Benefit Society & Business. Retrieved September 6, 2017, from What Do Industrial Engineers Do? | Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering | Oregon State University. Retrieved September 6, 2017, from Industrial Engineers: Occupational Outlook Handbook: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved September 6, 2017, from

Industrial Engineering Presentation

Transcript: Target Companies who hire Industrial Engineers: Boeing Department of Defense Disney Operations Research Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineering Job Employment in Texas (3rd): 16,700 What is industrial engineering? (IIE official definition) Annual Salary: $90,340 Texas is TOP paying STATE! Honesty Process Re-Engineering Industrial Engineers help companies save money and resources Continuous Improvement Initiative Industrial Engineers are usually the kind of people that have an innate sense of leadership and sociability. Many IE's have gone on to live successful lives both within the field of engineering and beyond. Unlike other disciplines of engineering, IE's are more about the business and logistics of a facility, rather than the nuts and bolts of all the machinery. This is reflected in the kind of people that become IE's, such as Edward E Whitacre Jr. Facilitates work measurement According to the official IIE (Institute of Industrial Engineers) website, It draws upon specialized knowledge and skill in the mathematical, physical, and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design, to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems. Air Force core competencies center on organization structure, manpower requirements determination, program allocation and control, and performance management. Jay Raposo Department of Defense Service Before Self Clorox Make the workplace better for their employees Who are we, as Industrial Engineers What Do We Manage? What Are Our Ethics? Industrial Engineers improve processes to be more efficient and less-time consuming - AF Organization Structure - Organizational and Manpower Standards - Manpower resources - Military grades - Manpower data systems - Peace time and wartime manpower requirements & utilization - A-76 commercial activities and competitive sourcing & privatization studies Industrial Engineers help advance society Job Employment in Nation: 265,520 Excellence In All We Do Why we are important/needed? Management & Consulting Services AF IE Functions Work Cited IE Statistics

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