Daily Opportunity Checks - Facility Health Page
The Facility Health Page is designed as a “one stop shop” to determine the overall production health of your facility. The below step-by-step instructions are designed to assist Production Supervisors in quickly identifying areas of opportunity within the facility, in real-time. As a best practice, Supervisors should have this page open and accessible continuously throughout the day, in order to identify opportunities as they are present themselves, in real time.
NOTE: As a best practice, it is recommended that Supervisors display this page on their desktop (or a screen on the plant floor) to view continuously throughout the day. At a minimum, it is recommended that the below checks be performed every 2 hours.
Navigate to the Facility Health Page
- Navigate to the Facility Health Page by clicking on the “four-square” and then selecting “Facility Health”.
Opportunity by Department
- From the Facility Health Page, Supervisors can quickly identify which department presents the highest amount of opportunity, as shown below.
- Click on “Learn More” to drill down deeper into that department.
- Expand to identify areas with the most opportunity.
- Focus on the area with the most opportunity (lowest efficiency).
Spend extra time observing this area to determine if the opportunity is by employee, or process. Coach accordingly, if necessary.
Employees under 90%
- From this page, Supervisors can also quickly identify the employees performing under the standard for the day.
- Expand the list of employees to see who they are.
Excessive Breaks and Lunches
- From this same page, Supervisors can also quickly identify all incidents of excessive time for the current day.
- Expand out the status to see which employees have excessive time.
NOTE: If there is no end time to the excessive time, this indicates that the employee is still in that status currently. Below is an example for Doe, AUDELINA-UTILITY1, in that they started their lunch at 7:01 AM, but do not have an end time.
- Lastly, Supervisors can also quickly identify the number of Employees with more than 10% of their hours reported as non-standard hours.
NOTE: While some employees such as Leads, Material Handlers, etc. may be justified in this non-standard time, it is a good practice to continually monitor this area to ensure it’s not in excess of what has been allotted for your facility.
- Expand this area to see which Employees have greater than 10% of their total hours in non-standard tasks.