One way to improve the work area for the employees is to create work cells that enable employees to communicate with each other in a simpler fashion, as well as have employees cross trained so that they can intervene and assist when necessary. Instead of having a traditional assembly line, the assembly line should be made into a U shape. The U shaped assembly line will reduce the amount of employee movement, and make it easier for employees to communicate amongst themselves during the construction process (MyOMLabs, 2012). It will also make it easier for employees to assist other employees because it will provide them with more space to maneuver, and make it easier for them to communicate with each other when assistance is needed. A1 Quantitative Analysis In order to determine how to staff and balance the work cells, Shuzworld will first have to determine the Takt time.
Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 6. Codes of Practice 7. National Occupational Standards 1.2 Reflecting on work activities is an important way to develop knowledge, skills and practice by evaluating the activity and helps you to fill gaps I have I identified. Give an example from your work place: In my work place it helps me identify areas of improvement. 1.3 I follow the codes of practice, regulations, minimum standards and national occupational standards to ensure that my personal attitudes and beliefs so not obstruct my quality of work.
This is because it prioritises me to set my tasks from important to less important. Meaning, the less important tasks can be done when it’s quiet in the workplace or at a later date and the more important tasks would be either labelled urgent or done directly. This will ensure that each task will be done more efficiently and to the standard required by me. When working in a workplace I would firstly be expected to find out what the relevant industry standards are and what the organisational goals are within their workplace. I would find out what was expected from the job description that has been
Assessment 1 1) Perform research on the topic of personal work planning. In your own words, explain the importance of creating and maintaining personal work plans. If you are not working, but are part of an association or know of an organisation, please answer the question accordingly. It's important to develop effective strategies for managing our time at work to balance the time for more and less important or urgent and important tasks rather than those that are not so important. A personal work plan helps us to stay organized, meet deadlines and complete all the tasks involved in our job.
Unit SHC34 - Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1. Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice 1.1Explain what it means to have a duty of care in own work role? A duty of care is a legal obligation imposed on an individual. Requiring them to set a standard of reasonable standard whilst in the working environment so that noting you may do could harm others.We can do this by carrying out daily checks and cleaning rotas to ensure that the work place inside and outside is safe and clean before the day starts. 1.2Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals.
When assessments are carried out it looks at many aspects, the task in hand, the actual load, the working environment and also the workers capability and needs. It is important to reduce the risk of hazardous manual handling for all employees, this could be by ensuring correct posture is maintained and lifting techniques; working within a team; using mechanical aids, eg hoists, slide boards/sheets; changing the approach to the task; following appropriate systems and agreed ways of working; reporting any other hazards
When the decision has been made, organizations should measure the impact, therefore here are the benefits of keeping pace with IT development; Productivity Gains Robots and machinery can be used for manufacturing processes and developments in customer support; it can be benefited to the company as they can improve the productivity. Machinery does not need to rest, therefore the organizations can rely on the amount and quality of work the machinery will carry out. Using machinery enables the organizations to carry out their product development analysis, such as the cost, time and the amount of the product has been made. However, the company must set budgets for each of the machinery maintenance cost, and the cost of upgrading the system. Cost Reduction By upgrading the IT systems allows Bag of Beans Company to reduce their cost of services and products, for example automated service is often less than the cost of staff.
Now employers, employees, trainees, self-employed, manufacturers, suppliers, designers all have legal safety protection at work. In a care home the health and safety at work act applies to them as well and they also have legal safety protection at work. The care homes employer has a ‘duty of care’ to ensure that the employees’ health, safety and welfare are risk assessed to spot possible health and safety hazards. When working in a care home it’s vital that the workplace is safe, because if there are hazards in a care home it’s easy for employees and residents to cause injuries to themselves and others. Making sure
Roles and responsibilities. Employers and employees have roles and responsibilities to fulfill, this is following policies and procedures to a correct and acceptable standard. Caring out risk assessments and if there is a risk trying to minimize it, this could be little things like taping wires to the floor so they are less of a hazard, because people with mobility problems may not be able to step over them. this is the employees responsibility, therefore they are promoting the safety of the individual by minimising risks. Other roles and responsibilities could be working with other people to ensure the service user feels safe and the premisis is secure, maintaining records safely, keeping confidentially, and backing records up in case of accidental destruction, and keeping them selves safe.
Temperature would normally be measured in Celsius. This is provided by balancing heat loss through conduction and ventilation through the fabric with similar heat. The optimum temperature for the building will depend on the activities within the building, materials used, type of construction, orientation of the building and the amount of weather it is exposed to. The workplace (Health, safety and Welfare) regulation 1992 state that during working hours, the temperature in all workplaces inside buildings shall be reasonable. The Approved code of practice (ACOP) to these regulations defines a reasonable temperature as that which secures the thermal comfort of people at work, without the need for special clothing.