Procedure of production control, Operation Management

Procedure of Production Control

1. Control  of activities : It  involves  the  release of manufacturing  orders, setting  plans  in motion  at assigned times  by means of  dispatching.

2. Control of Material Movement: This requires  observation of  time  of receipt of  material  from vender of issuance to shop  and of movement within the shop all in accordance with the  production  plans.

3. Control to Tool Availability: This requires observation of the availability of the tools  specified  by the production planning  division in the tools  crib as and when planned.

4. Control of Due Dates: This requires  observation of the effect of delays or stoppages on machine loading which may interfere with the completion of the work assigned to the machine on the  due date. Machine loading is defined as the amount of work assigned ahead to each a machine. It  is sometimes wrongly called machine burden.

5. Control of Quantity Produce: This involves observation of work in process at predetermined stages to determine if the right quantity of acceptable work has been processed.

6. Control  of Replacements: This requires observation of the quantity  of raw material and of work in process that  fails to  pass each stage of inspection with  provision  for issuing  replacement orders for such  material of work.

7. Control of Labor Efficiency: This requires the observation and recording of the time taken as each unit of work  in process and  comparison  with the  time allowance as planned. It  also involves a comparison  of the total man hours  consumed with that  planned for specified periods.

8. Control  of Progress of Orders: This requires  the observation  of the progress of  orders by  marking  off completed  work on  the production  schedule and the production department  copy  the combined manufacturing  order and route sheet.

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