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Methods and Work Measurement. Hanna Lestari, ST, M.Eng Departement of Industrial Engineering Islamic University of Indonesia 2009. Course Outline.

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methods and work measurement

Methods and Work Measurement

Hanna Lestari, ST, M.Eng

Departement of Industrial Engineering

Islamic University of Indonesia

2009

course outline
Course Outline
  • Objective : To give general understanding on work measurement concept, methods and the application for work system design (technology, psychology, work physiology)
  • Teaching Methodology: Lecture, Group Presentation, homework and Quiz
  • Evaluation:

- Mid Term Exams 35%

- Final Exams 35%

- Assignments 20%

- Attendance 10%

text books
Text Books
  • Sutalaksana, Iftikar. Teknik Tata Cara Kerja. Jurusan Teknik Industri ITB. 1979.
  • Barnes, R. Motion and Time Study. John Wiley & Sons. 1988.
  • Wignjosoebroto, Sritomo. Ergonomi Studi Gerak dan Waktu. Guna Widya. 2000.
  • Niebel, B.W. Motion and Time Study. IRWIN.1988
  • Meyers, F.E. Motion and Time Study for Lean Manufacturing. Prentice Hall. 1999
weekly topics
Weekly Topics
  • Week 1: Introduction
  • Week 2: Work Productivity and Quality
  • Week 3: Measurement Model of Productivity
  • Week 4: The General Problem Solving Process
  • Week 5: The Operations Process Chart
  • Week 6: Motion Study and Micromotion Study
  • Week 7: Quiz and Group Presentation
  • Mid Term Exams
  • Week 8: The Motion Economy
  • Week 9: Work Measurement with Stopwatch Time Study
  • Week 10: Work Sampling
  • Week 11: Standard Data
  • Week 12: Predetermined Time Standards System
  • Week 13: Measuring Work by Physiological Methods
  • Week 14: Quiz and Group Presentation
  • Final Term Exams
contact and discussion
Contact and Discussion
  • : +62813.2807.2992
  • : Laverne_hanna@yahoo.com
  • : Hanna Lestari-Ismail
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Methods and Work Measurement

Lecture 1 :

Introduction to Motion and Time Study and Measurement of Work

13 February 2009

historical development
Historical Development

Industrial Revolution

(akhir abad 18-awal abad 19)

Istilah ini diperkenalkan oleh:Frederich Engels dan Louis Auguste

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Historical Development

Frank (1868-1924)

Lilian Gilbreth (1878-1972)

F.W Taylor

(1856-1915)

Known as a parents of motion study

Known as a father of scientific management, IE, and Time Study

introduction
Introduction
  • Method study or Motion study is one of principal techniques by which work content in the product manufacture or process could be decreased.
  • It is a systematic method of investigating and critically examining the existing methods, to develop the improved ones.
  • Method study is, then, a technique to reduce the work content mainly by eliminating unnecessary movements by workers and/or materials and/or equipments.
  • However, even after that, there could be substantial unnecessary time taken for the process because of lack of management control and/or inaction of worker
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Introduction
  • Work measurement or time study is the application of techniques designed to establish the time for a qualified worker to carry out specified jobs at a defined level of performance.
  • We have seen how total time to manufacture a product is increased by:
  • adding undesirable features to product,
  • bad operation of the processes, and
  • ineffective time added because of worker and management.
  • All this leads to decreased productivity.
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Introduction
  • The design and measurement of work and the problem solving process are fundamental to modern industrial organization.
  • Why use it ? :

- Productivity

- Improving equipment utilization

- Conserving materials and energy

- Reducing human effort

- Advancing the goals of the organization on many fronts

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Introduction
  • A person working with motion and time study will study an individual job or series of jobs to learn the details of what works and make details.
  • Changes may be small, but improvements must be made continually to keep the company competitive.
  • Quality and price are the most important considerations for staying competitive
  • Motion and time study concentrate on reducing cost but must never lost sight on quality
motion and time studies are used to
Motion and time studies are used to :
  • Develop the best work method
  • Develop motion consciousness on the part of all employees
  • Develop economical and efficient tools, fixtures, and production aids.
  • Assist in the selection of new machine and equipment
  • Train new employees in the preferred method
  • Reduce effort and cost
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Introduction

Work Measurement:

Improve Productivity, Reduce Costs, Improve Profits

scheme of the study
Scheme of the study

Work Design

Productivity

Performance

evaluation

Motion Study

Work Measurement

Direct

Indirect

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Direct Work Measurement

Work Sampling

Stop watch Time Study

Indirect Work Measurement

Regression Analysis

Standard Data/Formula

Predetermined

Motion Time System

General Approach

Functional Approach

(for specific purpose)

  • MTM
  • MOST
  • MTM-M
  • MTM-C
  • MTM-V