1. Verify that all safety protocols are in place and being followed.
All safety protocols should be reviewed and verified before beginning work in the manufacturing facility. This includes verifying that workers are wearing the correct safety gear, following safe work practices, and using the appropriate equipment.
2. Verify that the manufacturing process is being followed correctly.
The manufacturing process should be checked to ensure that all steps are being followed correctly and that quality standards are being met.
3. Inspect the manufacturing equipment for proper operation.
Manufacturing equipment should be inspected to ensure that it is properly functioning and that all safety features are working as intended.
4. Monitor the manufacturing process to ensure quality standards are met.
The manufacturing process should be monitored to ensure that quality standards are being met. This includes inspecting products as they are made and verifying that all specifications are met.
5. Verify that correct paperwork is filed after each shift.
Completed paperwork should be checked to ensure that all necessary details are included. This includes verifying the date, time, and signature of the person who completed the paperwork.
6. Check inventory of raw materials and finished products.
Inventory should be checked to make sure that there is an adequate supply of both raw materials and finished products. Any discrepancies should be investigated and resolved immediately.
7. Manage shipping and receiving of supplies and products.
Shipping and receiving should be managed to ensure that supplies and products are received in a timely manner and that all documentation is accurate.
8. Perform routine maintenance on manufacturing equipment.
Manufacturing equipment should be maintained on a regular basis to ensure its proper operation. This includes cleaning, lubricating, and making any necessary repairs.
9. Track production output and trends.
Production output should be tracked over time to identify any trends or problems that may need to be addressed.
10. Investigate and solve any manufacturing problems that arise.
Problems in the manufacturing process should be investigated and resolved as soon as possible to avoid any delays or interruptions in production.