Procedures and SWIs

The following are a few of the procedures and standard work instructions (SWIs) that I have researched and written.

Procedures such as this one contain steps that could be confusing or difficult to follow without pictures. In creating this procedure, I took pictures and then incorporated them where needed. I also created and included a few basic images. In conjunction, I put together an SWI with a picture of each step; the SWI is posted where the task is performed.

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Unlike the above procedure, the steps in this one do not require graphics. Even though the procedure does not need any pictures, the task described in it has enough steps that it warrants an accompanying SWI. I created the SWI and it is posted on the citric acid hopper described in this procedure.

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I created this SWI to help new operators learn to use the warehouse sweeper. It includes directions and labeled pictures that orient new users with the purpose of the sweeper’s many levers.

View the SWI here.

 

This SWI is posted in the salt warehouse as a reminder to new storage operators of how to handle and store pallets coming into the warehouse on the conveyor. This is a continual process that the operator spends the majority of every shift performing.

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The task described in this SWI is less comprehensive than the above document. For this one, I focus on a smaller task that the warehouse operator spends a small portion of the day accomplishing.

View the SWI here.