July 30, 2019 | 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
The ability to deliver products quickly with full confidence in quality can already feel like a balancing act between manufacturing and quality priorities. Add the unpredictable nature of mistakes to the equation, and the challenge of quickly shipping high-quality products increases exponentially. To err is human, and therefore inevitable. While mistakes are bound to occur in manufacturing, they don’t have to result in defects that reach your customer.
This webinar will explore how achieving zero defects is possible with a process in place to proactively address mistakes before they become defects. Attendees will learn about two lean concepts that help eliminate defects at the source: jidoka, which is the combined ability of workers and machines to identify errors and take quick countermeasures to make a process defect free, and poka-yoke, which is the prevention of inadvertent errors.
- Role of digitization in ensuring data integrity in manufacturing.
- Introduction to lean concepts jidoka and poka-yoke.
- Overview of inspection systems to support a poka-yoke program.
- Actions to take when the system identifies a signal for warning or shutdown.
- Key steps in implementing jidoka and developing a long-term strategy.
- How to make the most of a Statistical Process Control (SPC) program.
Jared Evans. Professional Instructor and Lean Process Coach, MasterControl
Jared Evans has over two decades of experience with quality engineering, training and internal auditing in the high-volume semiconductor manufacturing industry, and in retail sales and management.
Evans has served as a consultant for Fortune 500 companies such as Intel, Micron, Target and Macy’s. He has conducted thousands of training sessions and over 550 internal audits – many involving ISO 14000 and ISO 9001 – and safety audits. Evans also has extensive experience as an auditee in factory audits evaluating safety, performance, and equipment processes covering manufacturing metrics and benchmarking.
Throughout his career, Evans has successfully facilitated innovation and change in technology-intensive environments using quality management, lean manufacturing and project management principles. His past projects include creating a leadership development curriculum and program, for which he generated formal processes and course outlines and topics to enhance the skill set of emerging leaders in an organization. He has also developed team communication boards and business processes to decrease job time, thus minimizing missed revenue each week.
Evans holds an associate degree in information systems and a bachelor’s degree in technology management. He is a member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ), the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), and the Association for Talent Development (ATD). He enjoys building homes with Habitat for Humanity and encouraging elementary-aged children to read.