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MAPPING 2006 – 2012 FST - WEINHEIM. Advantages of the method. A brief review. Some examples from real life. 3. 2. 1. 4. Outlook. Advantages of the method. A brief review. Some examples from real life. 3. 2. 4. 1. Outlook. A brief review.

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MAPPING

  • 2006 – 2012
  • FST - WEINHEIM
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Advantages of the method

A brief review

Some examples from real life

3

2

1

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Outlook

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Advantages of the method

A brief review

Some examples from real life

3

2

4

1

Outlook

a brief review
A brief review
  • Development of the method at FST Weinheim
  • 2006
    • Becoming acquainted with the method at the EWC seminar
    • Presentation to the employer
    • Drafting a shop floor agreement on health issues
  • 2007
    • First prize at the “We all take Care” Award
    • Recognition of the method as best practice within the group
  • 2010
    • Establishing a mapping coordination at the FST works council
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A brief review
  • Scope of the projects
  • 28 projects at FST Weinheim
  • Currently we conduct about 8 projects every year
  • Different departments:
    • Production area: at the line, QS jobs
    • Areas close to production: logistics, construction, machine tooling
    • Administrative areas: accounting, purchasing, inside sales
    • Atypical areas: sales reps – home office
    • Decentralized areas: tool shop Laudenbach, warehouse Lorsch
  • Objective:
    • Blanket coverage mapping
    • Linking the different departments (learning from each other)
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A brief review
  • Continuous improvement of the method
  • Greater emphasis on visualizing the results with photos
    • Before / after photos
    • Colleagues take the photographs on their own (more authentic)
  • Meetings with the colleagues on a regular basis
    • Scheduled: during employee group discussions
    • Unscheduled: mapping days 4 times a year
  • Improved documentation
    • External database for the mapping team –
    • status of the projects permanently visible
    • Colleagues are informed on updates
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Advantages of the method

A brief review

Some examples from real life

3

2

1

4

Blick in die Zukunft

advantages of the method
Advantages of the method
  • For the colleagues
    • Team building and understanding each other
    • Thinking as one group
    • Promoting communication within the team
    • Recognizing the employees as experts of their own cause
    • Continuous improvement in terms of occupational safety and workers‘ health
    • Employees are more accountable for their own and their colleagues‘ health and safety
    • Direct influence of their own working conditions
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Advantages of the method
  • For the work of the works council
    • Continuous communication with the colleagues
    • Improved information by the colleagues on possible problems
    • Improved image of the works council, also in departments which did not have any contact with the works council so far (specifically white collar areas)
    • Successes based on mapping projects allow for a better perception of the works council among the workforce
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Advantages of the method

A brief review

Some examples from real life

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2

1

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Outlook

some examples from real life
Some examples from real life
  • From production
        • Example 1: oil seal rings IM (injection molding)
        • Description of the problem: difficult handling of the molds
        • Solution: replace shelf by paternoster system

mold shelf

paternoster

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Some examples from real life
  • From production

Example 2: Pilot plant of the compounding plant

Description of the problem: sharp edges at the materials shelf

        • Solution: cover edges with adhesive tape

sharp edge

covered with tape

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Some examples from real life
  • From production
        • Example 3: encoder
        • Description of the problem: the floor is to hard
        • Solution: cover floor with mats

without mats

with mats

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Some examples from real life
  • From an area close to production
        • Example 1: spring production
        • Description of the problem: traffic routes in the warehouse are too narrow
        • Solution: rearrange shelves

before

after

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Some examples from real life
  • From an area close to production
        • Example 2: machine tooling
        • Description of the problem: no extraction
        • Solution: Extraction installed at the machine

without extraction

with extraction

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Some examples from real life
  • From an area close to production
        • Example 3: Shipping workplace in the spring production area
        • Description of the problem: too much noise at the workplace, table is not ergonomical
        • Solution: workplace was moved to the shelf warehouse, new table

before

after

some examples from the real life
Some examples from the real life
  • From the administrative area
        • Example 1: construction
        • Problem: Back problems due to unbalanced posture (sitting) Solution: alternating posture (sitting / standing) by using height-adjustable desks

before

after

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Some examples from the real life
  • From the administrative area
        • Example 2: FAS (accounting)
        • Problem: permanent excessive stress of colleagues because of lack of manpower
        • Solution: creating five new permanent positions
  • Example 3: Simrit office work in Munich
  • Problem: awkward scanning process
  • Solution: every PC was equipped with a scan folder
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Advantages of the method

A brief review

Some examples from real life

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2

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4

Outlook

outlook
Outlook
  • Make use of parallels of different departments
    • Identify recurrent problems
      • Insufficient ventilation
      • Insufficient extraction at machines
      • Hard floors
      • Poor ergonomics
    • Increasing the pressure exerted on the employer
outlook1
Outlook
  • Integrate it into the company‘s safety process
    • Direct inclusion of the mapping results in the risk assessment
    • Note in the health data sheets
    • Change of office workplaces based on new findings
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Thank you very much

  • for your attention