- Your People
- Your Process
As an Operating Technician, you are usually responsible for operating and maintaining the physical assets that make up the facility. It is with the Operating Technicians that the rubber meets the road in that they are directly responsible for meeting customer demands for product quality and low cost.
Operating Technicians face ever-increasing demands to produce more while consuming ever less resources. To meet production demands, Operating Technicians need to be on top of their game, communicating with each other clearly and ensuring that they all work together as a team.
Implement a practical Routine Equipment Care program, developed by the Operators and for the Operators. This program will ensure that you have all of your scarce resources focused on finding problems early and addressing them in a controlled manner.
Another way to ensure clear communications and processes is to suggest or create an Operator Care Board for your team that is mounted in your area where single point lessons, standardized inspections, performance metrics, and abnormality tags reside.
For suggestions on how to build an Operator Care Board for your facility, contact our GPAllied Subject Matter Experts: firstname.lastname@example.org.