What is 3G, 3M, 3K & 5S in Japanese industries?
in any Japanese company you will definitely listen these words. Basically these
are “Best in-house practices followed on shop floor while working in
industries. By adopting these Japanese philosophies we can sustain best
manufacturing quality. Each word has its meaning & practices to follow.
Genbutsu & Genjitsu
1. Genchi– Actual Place
members should actually go to the place where the problem has occurred, see the
actual thing & take realistic action to solve the problem”.
Kihon Dori & Kichin to mamora
What has been decided
Dori– Exactly as per standard
to mamora– Must be followed
It means “What has been decided must be followed exactly
as per the standard”. This concept is displayed prominently at work place
5S- Seiri, Seiton,
Seiso, Seiketsu & Shitsuke
– Set in Order
The list describes how to organize a work space for
efficiency and effectiveness by identifying and storing the items used, maintaining
the area and items, and sustaining the new order.
3M- MUDA, MURI & MURA
and muri are Japanese terms that refer to the three categories
of waste found in a business. Understanding each is key to implementing proper
lean manufacturing processes. Key concept in the Toyota Production System (TPS)
Waste reduction is an effective way to increase profitability.
Waste Control Management
MUDA (Waste) + MURI
(Overburden) = MURA (Unevenness)
Above is relation between 3M.
MUDA is a thing of MURA.
MUDA generally said is a thing of MURA.
MURI will also be looked
for if MUDA is found MUDA will also be looked for if MURI is
found Since only one of the two was found, don’t feel easy.
What are 8 Wastage in Industries?
- Non-Utilize talent
What are 3 REALITY PRINCIPLES?
3 reality principles are used in research & problem
solving techniques. These principle instruct to:
1. Go to the Actual place [Genba]
2. Know the actual situation (By touching, seeing &
being in contact with actual element)
3. Be realistic (After gaining information from actual place
and actual contact one must be realistic in his assessment)
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