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The advantages and disadvantages of leasing equipment for your manufacturing business

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If you are setting up a manufacturing company you may be stuck on the question as to whether to buy or lease the equipment that you need. It is important to understand that there is not a stock answer to this question but rather you will need to consider the unique needs of your manufacturing business. Taking the time to check out both options will give you the information that you need to make the right decision. You should never jump to immediately leasing or buying equipment without first doing a sufficient amount of research. Here is what you need to know about the advantages and disadvantages of leasing equipment for your manufacturing business-

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How to find manufacturing equipment online

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The internet brings about so many different opportunities for businesses that you may not have considered it for finding manufacturing equipment online but it actually poses a number of opportunities. Like any other company, leasing companies are also online and they will help you to get the right manufacturing equipment you need for your business to become a success. Finding the right equipment for your company will either help you to become a success or it will lead you in the other direction, which no one wants! Fortunately there are literally hundreds of industrial equipment suppliers that you can find online and will all be able to provide you with a quote and hopefully with the equipment you need to succeed.

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Repurposing manufacturing equipment

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Many companies, of every type and kind, are looking to cut costs in whatever way they can. One way that some manufacturing plants have chosen to do so is through repurposing equipment. This can be a significant way to cut costs, especially in a volatile economy. When it comes to running a manufacturing business, cutting costs and eliminating waste are vital to keep your business profitable, for the long term. Repurposing is considered an excellent way for manufacturers to cut costs. It allows a business to take existing equipment, and, rather than purchase brand new, upgrade it so it better meets the needs, of the production process.

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The right tools to make a successful manufacturing process

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There are many serious injuries and other things that can occur at a manufacturing plant. Finding what the problems are will help you to narrow down the specifics of what is happening in order to prevent them from occurring over and over again. One of the methods that is commonly used for manufacturing processes is a system called statistical process control.

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Common manufacturing equipment malfunctions

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Finding a manufacturer is a hard process as you need to seek out a company that is able to provide a good price but to provide high quality products. There are a lot of malfunctions that can occur when it comes to manufacturing your products and it may be challenging to find a reliable manufacturer without paying a fortune for it.

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The benefits of leasing equipment versus buying it

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Safety regulations you need to focus on in the workplace

chair30393486.JPGThere are several industries where a number of workplace accidents commonly happen. Are you part of one of those industries? What can you do to ensure the safety of your employees? Here are the 4 industries that are prone to workplace accidents:

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Manufacturing equipment financing

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Even if your company provides excellent maintenance to your machinery, you still need to purchase new machinery at some point in time. Replacing outdated and broken down equipment will make your business more productive and generate higher profits for your organization. How can you afford to invest in new manufacturing equipment with the high cost? Can you really afford to take on another loan?

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Repurposing equipment; cutting costs

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With the instability of today's economy, many companies are looking to cut costs in whatever way they can. One way that some manufacturing plants have chosen to do so is through repurposing equipment.

What is repurposing?
In a nutshell, repurposing consists of taking an existing process or piece of equipment and using it for something other than what it was originally intended to do. Repurposing can also mean improving upon or making upgrades to an existing machine or piece of equipment, so it runs faster or better without having to spend the money on a new machine.

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RCM

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RCM stands for Reliability-Centered Maintenance. RCM is an improvement strategy that is used in manufacturing. Its technical definition is that it is "focused on identifying and establishing the operational, maintenance, and capital improvement policies that will manage the risks of equipment failure most effectively." RCM address must address at least the following seven questions:

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Keeping your equipment from becoming obsolete

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Just like any other business, manufacturing has to keep up to date on all sorts of things. Two of the most important things manufacturer's need to keep up to date on are its equipment and process improvement methods. Keeping your equipment from becoming obsolete and keeping your process improvement up to date takes time, effort, and money. Here are some tips to keep both from becoming obsolete and keeping up with the competition.

Keeping equipment from becoming obsolete

Tip #1: Go to classes or seminars for up to date training
Going to at least one seminar or training class per year will help you get the most up to date information on the newest equipment. Not that you have to buy all the latest and greatest equipment that's just come out, you just need to have a good idea of what's out there.

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Choosing the right equipment

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When it comes to manufacturing, choosing the right equipment can make or break the job. The right equipment can determine how the company operates and whether or not it gets the job done in a timely manner, and getting it done right. Choosing the right equipment should be on the top of your list if you're in the manufacturing business. Here are some tips for choosing the right equipment.

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Upgrading your manufacturing equipment

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Whenever you purchase computer software, manufacturing equipment, and other machines, you should expect to upgrade your equipment within a few years. Computer software is outdated the minute it leaves the programmers desk. In order to keep up with software, you need to check the web site each month and download new patches and updates. Manufacturing equipment is a little different. Instead of downloading an update, you need to either replace a portion of your existing machine or you need to upgrade all of your machines.

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Should you lease or buy your manufacturing equipment?

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There is a lot of debate within manufacturing companies if they should lease or buy their manufacturing equipment. If you buy manufacturing equipment, it will increase the value of your business. This will make it easier to obtain loans because you have expensive assets to use as collateral. On the other hand, if you buy manufacturing equipment, you run the risk of dealing with costly repairs and other problems that come along.

Your manufacturing equipment needs to be able to perform its duty to keep your business up and running. Several manufacturing companies have begun leasing their equipment because they cannot afford to buy it or they want to have the option of using the latest products on the market. No matter what decision you make, it will have an impact on the value of your business. Around 70 percent of small businesses in the United States lease their manufacturing equipment. Whether this is an oven, a copier, or printing press, small businesses are moving toward leasing because it is affordable.

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Repair costs, how regular maintenance keeps them low

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One of the key parts of lean manufacturing is proper installation and upkeep of machinery. Repair costs are a preventative measure used at reducing waste and avoiding future problems within the company. Routine maintenance can help a manufacturing plant prepare for future repair costs. If the inspector notices a problem with a machine, they will be able to give you a prediction as to when they think the machine will break down. Having a time frame will allow you to accumulate the money to pay for the repair costs or to purchase a new machine.

A simple way lower your repair costs are to have your machines undergo routine maintenance once or twice a year. Each machine, tool, product, and part needs to have an inspection. When a thorough inspection happens, the defects can be identified and you can actually wind up saving more money because you found the problem that was costing you more money. Keep documentation of the routine maintenance so you can identify when the machine, tool, part, or product needed repair. If you can keep track of the maintenance, it is easier to determine if updates or changes may have caused the problem in the first place.

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Choosing material suppliers, tips and tricks

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In the manufacturing business, you are going to need to have a material supplier so that you can get the items that you need for the products that you are manufacturing. These people are often called your manufacturing supplier and they can be someone that you outsource too so that you can help make a finished product or they can be the people who supply you with the materials that you need to build your product. Regardless of which type of supplier you are going to want to ensure that you have a good relationship with them.

Here are some things that you are going to want to keep in mind when it comes to choosing material suppliers for your manufacturing plant.

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How to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair

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So many different things need to be done to keep your manufacturing company running smoothly. You have to make sure that all of your employees are keeping on task; you have to make sure that you are always increasing efficiency and lowering costs. You also need to make sure that your manufacturing equipment is running right. Without manufacturing equipment you wouldn't have a business. This is why it is so important to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair. If you are asking yourself the question of how do you keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair? Here are 5 tips on how to keep your manufacturing equipment in good care.

The 1st tip on how to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair is to make sure that you do the regular maintenance that is suggested. Avery machine is different when it comes to regular maintenance. It should say in your owner's manual or if you are leasing your equipment they might have a brochure of what is required. Doing regular maintenance will not only help make sure that your machine is in tip top shape it will also help to check and avoid major problems before they happen. For example your machine might have a leak that you don't realize. If you do schedule maintenance there is a good chance you will find the leak before it becomes serious enough to ruin your machine.

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How to keep manufacturing equipment up to date

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There are so many different things that you have to do to keep your company running and up to date. One of the most important things that you want to make sure to keep up to date is your manufacturing equipment. It would be pretty hard to run a manufacturing company without manufacturing equipment. Here are some tips on how to keep manufacturing equipment up to date.

The first tip on how to keep manufacturing equipment up to date is to go to at least one seminar per year. This will help you to get the most up to date information on the most up to date equipment. You don't even need to buy equipment when you go to the seminars. Just make sure that you have the most important essentials and that your machine is not becoming obsolete.

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How to choose barcode printers

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You may need to choose a bar code printer without the research of a large company at your fingertips. This article will give you the basics about a barcode and the best barcode printer to choose for your purposes. You have many options to choose from and each option has some type of advantage.

A barcode is a number code that has been translated into a series of lines. The lines are different widths to represent each number. Companies use these codes to identify different items in their company. Once you have labeled items using a barcode, you will need a scanner to read the barcodes.

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How to choose an air compressor

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There is a lot of confusion out there about selecting the right size air compressor to run your air tools. Basically, there are several factors to look at when choosing the proper air compressor for your shop or garage. You should understand these factors enough to be able to talk to your local salesman and select the right compressor.

The first criteria to consider is horse power rating. Many people assume the higher the horsepower rating on the box, the better the air compressor. However, these ratings are not a true representation of the power the compressor has. You will need to look at the power the compressor draws in electricity. For example, a 5HP unit may need around 15 amps from a normal 110 volt circuit. This rating will only give you approximately 2HP. The 5HP rating the manufacturer is toting is inflated.

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Keeping manufacturing equipment in good repair

equipment37875039.jpg The equipment that is used in any manufacturing plant or small company is the backbone of the company. Without the equipment your company will not be able to make the products that your customers are waiting for. Keeping manufacturing equipment in good repair is definitely something that needs to be a top priority. Keeping your equipment in good repair can be crucial for a company just starting out or even one that is well established.

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Reducing accidents and injury at work

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There are a lot of different things that can cause your company money. One thing that can cause your company money is employees. Employees are an essential part of most companies especially manufacturing companies. But if your employees have a lot of accidents and injury it may end up costing your company too much. Here are some tips to help in reducing accidents and injury at work.

The first tip is to make sure that the work area is clean. If you run a manufacturing company and your machines have scheduled down time you will want to make sure to take advantage of this time. You can do this by having your employees go around and pick up their area. If there is a lot of debris that gets on the floor you may also want to include sweeping. This will help your employees not trip over things and have the chance of falling.

The second tip is to have your employees clean up their stations before and after their shift. You may want to have them shut down their machines ten or fifteen minutes early so that they have time to clean up their work area. This will help to have all of the tools put in the right place. This will help prevent accidents from having to walk around and look for certain tools that may not be in the right spot.

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How to keep your manufacturing equipment up to date

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Introduction

Keeping manufacturing equipment up to date is important to a manufacturer for many reasons. Up to date equipment provides a manufacturing plant with the ability to progress, reduce waste from previous out of date methods, and ultimately turn an investment into an update for your company that could mean increased profits and progress.

Instructions

In a manufacturing plant the manufacturing equipment is very much the life blood of the whole organization. Without the equipment that is used, few if any manufacturers would be able to stay in business. It is often times in the area of equipment design that one manufacturing plant can gain an advantage over another manufacturing plant in the same field and it is that advantage that could mean the difference between staying in business and loosing everything. Below you will find some suggested steps for how you can keep your manufacturing equipment up to date.

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A look at equipment leasing pros and cons for manufacturing

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Just as with leasing a car, there are pros and cons for leasing equipment in manufacturing. To do so is certainly not in everyone's best interest but for those who find themselves in certain situations it could make a world of difference as far as the prosperity of their business is concerned. Also keep in mind that renting may also be an option for getting the equipment that you need if leasing is not an option that is available to you. Below you will find a brief look at the advantages and disadvantages of equipment leasing for manufacturing so that you can make the equipment decisions that are best for your operations.

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A look at process measurements and controls set up with TQM

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For those of you who are considering using total quality management in your manufacturing business you might be wondering what process measurements and controls that you should set up along with total quality management. But before we get into what process measurement and controls to use we need to take a brief look at what total quality management is and how it works. The reason why we need to do that is that in order to understand how you are going to measure the process and what controls you are going to need to set up to measure these processes you are going to need to know what total quality management is and how it works to help ensure that you are setting up the correct process measurements and controls.

Basically total quality management or TQM is a manufacturing process that is used to help improve your manufacturing process, basically make your manufacturing better. The reason for this is that through the implementation of total quality management you will take a look at your entire organization to see what needs to be improved to help your manufacturing process. The main goals to total quality management is to produce products and services that are free from defects, manufacture products that are using less waste and in combination with the previous two goals the main goal is to deliver quality products and services to your customers. What this basically means is that you are keeping your customers happy through total quality management by giving them products or services that satisfies their needs, meaning they are getting a great product for the price that they are paying.

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A look at process measurements and controls set up with TQM

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For those of you who are considering using total quality management in your manufacturing business you might be wondering what process measurements and controls that you should set up along with total quality management. But before we get into what process measurement and controls to use we need to take a brief look at what total quality management is and how it works. The reason why we need to do that is that in order to understand how you are going to measure the process and what controls you are going to need to set up to measure these processes you are going to need to know what total quality management is and how it works to help ensure that you are setting up the correct process measurements and controls.

Basically total quality management or TQM is a manufacturing process that is used to help improve your manufacturing process, basically make your manufacturing better. The reason for this is that through the implementation of total quality management you will take a look at your entire organization to see what needs to be improved to help your manufacturing process. The main goals to total quality management is to produce products and services that are free from defects, manufacture products that are using less waste and in combination with the previous two goals the main goal is to deliver quality products and services to your customers. What this basically means is that you are keeping your customers happy through total quality management by giving them products or services that satisfies their needs, meaning they are getting a great product for the price that they are paying.

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How to implement six sigma policies into your manufacturing business

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The Six Sigma process has caught fire with many top companies such as AlliedSignal, GE and Motorola. It is a process that involves a lot of time and a lot of manpower in order to achieve results. Successful implementation is done on a project-by-project basis and will result in continuous improvement of processes. Successful implementation also depends on many factors like the company's culture and the commitment and conviction of its leadership. Without these factors, the Six Sigma process can fail, however successful implementation into your manufacturing business is not as hard as it seems. Below you will find some steps for successful implementation.

The Company Culture
If this is the first process improvement program you have implemented to your company; it may be a little challenging. Organizing the process and having commitment from everyone involved is not always simple. Many times companies find themselves trying new strategies so often that employees don't take them seriously and are resistant to change. This is why the leaders of the process highly influence the company culture. The leaders need to buy in and commit themselves to Six Sigma and their examples will trickle down to everyone in the organization.

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How to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair

You have to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair; if you don't you will not be able to produce a quality product. It is very important to you and your company if maintenance is kept up. You and your team of employees can all get involved to help things to run smoothly. If you do not pay attention to how your equipment works you might not notice if there is a problem, and if you don't notice a problem with your equipment you might suffer from and ever greater problem. Having equipment that is not working can hurt your business. Here are some ways that you can keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair.

Keep manuals for your equipment handy. Read the manuals so that you know how your equipment works. If you notice a problem with any of your equipment you can look back to your owner's manual to help solve the problem. The manual will even tell you who to call if you need assistance in fixing something. Sometimes the company that supplies you with your equipment will have a warranty on their product. If there is a warranty an employee from that company will come by and fix the problem for you at no cost.
You will also need to make sure that your equipment s cleaned properly and that it is kept clean. Don't allow employees to have food or drinks around machines, a spill could cause a serious problem. Also don't leave trash around the equipment. Dirt and debris can cause mechanical problems.

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How to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair

o many different things need to be done to keep your manufacturing company running smoothly. You have to make sure that all of your employees are keeping on task; you have to make sure that you are always increasing efficiency and lowering costs. You also need to make sure that your manufacturing equipment is running right. Without manufacturing equipment you wouldn't have a business. This is why it is so important to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair. If you are asking yourself the question of how do you keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair? Here are 5 tips on how to keep your manufacturing equipment in good care.

The 1st tip on how to keep your manufacturing equipment in good repair is to make sure that you do the regular maintenance that is suggested. Avery machine is different when it comes to regular maintenance. It should say in your owner's manual or if you are leasing your equipment they might have a brochure of what is required. Doing regular maintenance will not only help make sure that your machine is in tip top shape it will also help to check and avoid major problems before they happen. For example your machine might have a leak that you don't realize. If you do schedule maintenance there is a good chance you will find the leak before it becomes serious enough to ruin your machine.

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How to keep manufacturing equipment up to date

There are so many different things that you have to do to keep your company running and up to date. One of the most important things that you want to make sure to keep up to date is your manufacturing equipment. It would be pretty hard to run a manufacturing company without manufacturing equipment. Here are some tips on how to keep manufacturing equipment up to date.

The first tip on how to keep manufacturing equipment up to date is to go to at least one seminar per year. This will help you to get the most up to date information on the most up to date equipment. You don't even need to buy equipment when you go to the seminars. Just make sure that you have the most important essentials and that your machine is not becoming obsolete.

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Eliminating defects - key to six sigma

No matter what your place in the business world happens to be, at some point you will probably want to try new methods of improving your product and service for your customers. Perhaps you are trying to improve your customer relations. Perhaps you want to eliminate all possible defects in your company. Well, if you haven't heard of it already, there is a simple six point format that will help you to eliminate these defects in your company. This article will help you to mold your business after the "six sigma."

What is six sigma? Six sigma is a system of practices created by Motorola to eliminate defects in a company (you may be wondering what we mean by defects, but be patient. We will discuss it further on in this article. To many companies six sigma symbolizes a striving for perfection. It is a disciplined, data-driven approach towards driving six standard deviations between the mean and nearest specification limit in any process-from manufacturing to transactional, or from products to service. Six sigma is able to effectively describe how a process is performing.

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How to choose barcode scanners


You may need to choose a bar code scanner without the research of a large company at your fingertips. This article will give you the basics about a barcode and the best scanner to choose for your purposes. You have many options to choose from and each option has some type of advantage.

A barcode is a number code that has been translated into a series of lines. The lines are different widths to represent each number. Companies use these codes to identify different items in their company. Once you have labeled items using a barcode, you will need a scanner to read the barcodes.

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How to choose barcode printers

You may need to choose a bar code printer without the research of a large company at your fingertips. This article will give you the basics about a barcode and the best barcode printer to choose for your purposes. You have many options to choose from and each option has some type of advantage.

A barcode is a number code that has been translated into a series of lines. The lines are different widths to represent each number. Companies use these codes to identify different items in their company. Once you have labeled items using a barcode, you will need a scanner to read the barcodes.

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How to choose an air compressor

There is a lot of confusion out there about selecting the right size air compressor to run your air tools. Basically, there are several factors to look at when choosing the proper air compressor for your shop or garage. You should understand these factors enough to be able to talk to your local salesman and select the right compressor.

The first criteria to consider is horse power rating. Many people assume the higher the horsepower rating on the box, the better the air compressor. However, these ratings are not a true representation of the power the compressor has. You will need to look at the power the compressor draws in electricity. For example, a 5HP unit may need around 15 amps from a normal 110 volt circuit. This rating will only give you approximately 2HP. The 5HP rating the manufacturer is toting is inflated.

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How to choose an aerial work platform

By choosing the right aerial work platform, you save time and money. More importantly, your decision will affect your employees' safety. To make the right decision you will need to evaluate your needs and evaluate what the market place has to offer. This article will help you establish what factors you will need to evaluate as you determine which aerial work platform will best fit your needs.

You may want to start by making a list of all the different jobs you can expect to do with your aerial platform. Once you have the list completed, you can begin to determine which platform will best suit your needs.

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What is a value stream map and how is it used in Six Sigma?

Value stream mapping (VSM) is a tool that helps you to see and understand the flow of material and information as a product or service moves through the value stream. This is defined as all of the activities, both value adding and non-value adding (wastes) that are required to bring a product from raw materials into the hands of the customer. A future state map is then created which leads to the creation of an implementation plan.
VSM is sometimes referred to as an end-to-end system map because it takes into account the activity of the product in all phases of production, including the management and information systems that support the basic process. It covers all aspects of production from receiving of raw material to delivery of finished goods. You are able to gain insight into the decision making flow as well as the process flow.

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Air testing equipment to reduce liability

You will find air testing equipment will reduce your liability in your manufacturing organization. More importantly, it will increase the safety of your home or business. Cities and other governments are taking action to create laws and enforce them to ensure contractors properly care for possible air contaminants, with CO topping the list. These rules reflect a growing concern among utilities and lawmakers.

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, invisible, yet potentially deadly gas that's produced wherever there's incomplete combustion. Since combustion is never 100% efficient, any combustion appliance can pose a threat. Low-level carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning often goes unrecognized, since its symptoms resemble those of flu and colds.

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Using outside cleaning services:

So your office needs to be cleaned and your secretary's not willing to do it, what do you do? You could ask your spouse? Or my personal favorite, the person you're dating is always a little more willing to please right now. Are any of these options going to work for you? If not then it's probably a good idea to hire a cleaning service.

The first thing you need to think about is who can you trust? You can never know perfectly without establishing your own relationship with someone, but there are a few questions you can ask that will help.

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The Care and Choosing of Conveyor Belts

The care and choosing of conveyor belts depends on multiple factors. The purpose of the belt is most important. Each type of belt carries with it specific care instructions. To review, a conveyor belt is a system used to more easily move materials. A conveyor belt consists of two pulleys with one piece of looping material around them. Conveyor belts are used in a variety of industries. Elevator belts are used to transport materials up a steep incline. Moving sidewalks or escalators are conveyor belts designed to move people from one place to another. Conveyor belts are used on industrial assembly lines, as well as at the grocery store. The care and choosing of a conveyor belt for a ski lift is obviously going to have some differences when compared to the care and choosing of a conveyor belt meant to move produce.

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