Plan-Do-Check-Act. An iterative four-step problem solving process typically used in quality control. It is also known as the Deming Cycle, Shewhart Cycle, Deming Wheel, or Plan-Do-Study-Act.
Definition functional test of a prototype where the test parameters are according test specification. If the prototype passed test then it is PASS if failed then FAIL. Generally the pass/fail test is very weak with detection of defects.
A four-step model used in management. This is a pillar for a management system. IATF definition: Plan: establish the objectives of the system and its processes, and the resources needed to deliver results in accordance with customers’ requirements and the organization’s policies, and identify and address risks and opportunities; Do: implement what was planned; Check: …
parte a managementului calităţii concentrată pe stabilirea obiectivelor referitoare la calitate şi care specifică procesele operaţionale necesare şi resursele aferente pentru a realiza obiectivele calităţii.
Total time that equipment is scheduled for production. This is the starting point for OEE analysis.
Time deliberately scheduled for no production.
The time when the plant is out of activity- examples: all events that should be excluded from efficiency analysis because there was no intention of running production (e.g. breaks, lunch, scheduled maintenance, or periods where there is nothing to produce). The remaining available time is your Planned Production Time.
Plant Operating Time is the amount of time your facility is open and available for equipment operation
A Japanese expression meaning “common or simple, mistake proof”. A method of preventing errors by putting limits on how an operation can be performed in order to force the correct completion of the operation.
standards relating to the design and manufacturing of products to ensure they do not represent harm or hazards to customers IATF 16949:2016