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Tank Blast Process RIE 3/21-3/23/2005. SPONSOR: Tom Germaine. TEAM LEADER: Dan Kolda. TEAM MEMBERS. Dan Kolda 71A Team Leader Tim Dawson 71A Dan Halverson C/444 Dennis Litch 71A Nathan Sherman 71A Jesse Wymer 71A

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Tank blast process rie 3 21 3 23 2005
Tank Blast Process RIE3/21-3/23/2005

SPONSOR: Tom Germaine

TEAM LEADER: Dan Kolda


Team members
TEAM MEMBERS

  • Dan Kolda 71A Team Leader

  • Tim Dawson 71A

  • Dan Halverson C/444

  • Dennis Litch 71A

  • Nathan Sherman 71A

  • Jesse Wymer 71A

  • Chris Stonecipher 71 PSNS

  • Michael Krier C/08 IH (C/106.21)



Lean team
LEAN TEAM

  • Steven Cole Lead Lean Facilitator

  • Laura Mills Lean Facilitator


Objective
OBJECTIVE

  • TO REDUCE THE TIME BLASTING TANKS, WHILE MAINTAINING “FIRST TIME” REQUIRED QUALITY, HEALTH AND SAFETY.


Total savings
TOTAL SAVINGS

  • Total flow time reduced by 1.5 days = 83 hours/MBT/refit

  • 2 MBTs blasted ready for paint per refit = 166 hours/refit

  • Average 9 refits per year = 1728 hours/year

  • Total Annual Savings = 13.5 calendar

    days/year


Future state

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FUTURE STATE





Lean action plan
LEAN ACTION PLAN

  • TANK DRAWING / MAP OF CURRENT STATUS - VALUE TO JOB BRIEF

  • WORK THRU LUNCH

  • JOB BOX KIT FOR EXPENDABLES (MAINTAINED BY MACHINE OPERATOR)

  • USE OF AREA LIGHTS

  • ATTACH (AND LEAVE) LIGHT CORD AND BREATHING AIR LINE TO BLAST HOSE

  • DURING BLASTING - APPLY RESOURCES TO REMOVE GRIT

  • DO EARLIER BLOW-DOWN / SPOT BLASTING

  • BETTER VENTILATION FOR FINAL CLEAN (DUST COLLECTOR)

  • APPLY MORE VACUUM PRODUCERS (ON ORDER - PER TOM GERMAINE)

  • ADDITIONAL PORTABLE SHOWER FACILITIES (ADEQUATE AMOUNT)

  • SDO PERMISSION TO START BLASTING BY SHIFT (FROM PRE-BLAST EVENT)

  • QA STANDARDS - LOCAL UNDERSTANDING/AGREEMENT (SHOP/ENGINEERING)

  • QA STANDARDS - MAINTENANCE VS. OVERHAUL (NAVSEA)

  • FIND / ELEMINATE SOURCE OF HEAVY METALS

  • NEED EXPERIENCED / TRAINED BLASTERS

  • WG10 PAINTER / BLASTER P.D. (RETENTION OF EXPERIENCED WORKERS)

  • MORE WORK LEADERS (KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER TO NEWER WORKERS)

  • ACCOUNTABILITY FOR YOUR AREA OF BLASTING (WITH LEADER RESOURCE)