At many operations, setup reduction is a key tool for establishing work flow. This course will teach participants how to develop a “pit crew” to execute standardized, rapid, low-variability setups that ensure process readiness and production quality. We will develop and document setup procedures using hands-on exercises that translate easily to workplaces. This is usually conducted over 1½ to 2 days and should include an ILS-led setup reduction activity in your plant to enhance the learning, ensure capability of the team to apply what they have learned across your operations and provide immediate return on your training investment.
This course is designed for a team of individuals charged with development of rapid changeover procedures and execution of those procedures in the work place. This might include a mix of setup operators, process operators, maintenance technicians, production engineers, operations supervisors and tooling specialists.