tcb_roadmap_to__qualitiy_vol1

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Unformatted text preview: ms that have been judged unnecessary include: a. Classify items according to type and characteristic. b. Classify items according to type and cost. c. Make semi-processed goods unusable before disposing of them. 8. To record the disposal of unnecessary items: a. Decide what to keep records of. b. Use the same request form for everything. c. Carry out disposal in accordance with the request form. A Roadmap to Quality 31 Unit 5 - Disposal and Storage UNIDO unit 5.qxd 3/10/05 1:05 PM Page 32 5.2 Remove defective goods from the workplace 9. If defective products are put together with non-defective products it can be difficult to maintain: a. Correct cost levels. b. Correct stock levels. c. Supplies. 10. Examples of quality features are: a. The appearance of the item. b. The size of the item. c. The value of the item. 11. Signs used to indicate defects include: a. Standing signboard. b. Rust. c. Coloured tape. 12. A system for removing defective items from the workplace should include: a. Separating or disposing of defective goods as soon as they are identified. b. Marking defective goods in red. c. Providing box or location for goods to be disposed of by product or by component. 13. Abnormalities are: a. Always defects. b. Often defects. c. Seldom defects. 14. The procedure for reporting abnormalities should include the steps to be taken by: a. The employee. b. The superior who receives the abnormality report. c. The person in charge of storage. 15. A procedure for dealing with abnormalities should include checking: a. Production immediately before the occurrence of the abnormality. b. Production immediately after the occurrence of the abnormality. c. Production before the machine is started again. 16. The procedure for restarting operations should include: a. The instruction to be given to return to normal production. b. The method of informing the preceding and following production processes that operations are restarting. c. The method of verifying that all operators are at their places. 5.3 Set up a storage system 17. The criteria for storing items should cover: a. The items to be stored and the storage location. b. The time when items are brought into storage. c. A method for maintaining quality during storage. 18. The storage area for components, jigs, tools, WIP etc. should be: , a. Outside the workplace. b. Inside the workplace. c. In the inventory. Unit 5 - Disposal and Storage 32 A Roadmap to Quality UNIDO unit 5.qxd 3/10/05 19. 20. 21. 22. 1:05 PM Page 33 Designate a storage area for finished products according to: a. Item type or size. b. Shipment lot or destination. c. Quantity of items. The method of marking storage areas, locations and shelves may include: a. Marking with letters. b. Separating with ropes. c. Using bulletin boards. The storage system should: a. Provide space for defective items. b. Specify container types and lot makeup. c. Allow verification of the first-in, first-out method. To set up a “first-in, first-out” system clearly mark items with their: a. Production date. b. Serial number. c. Shipment date. 5.4 Set up a good inventory system 23. Maintaining the right level of inventory means that: a. Whatever is needed for production is always in stock. b. There are always plenty of extra parts in stock. c. Parts can be ordered when the production process needs them. 24. To decide on standard inventory levels: a. Keep informed of changes in the use of items. b. Keep a note of when incoming items are expected. c. Check the possibility of cancelling the order. 25. Carry out a review of inventory levels: a. When an incoming order arrives. b. When a shipping plan is decided on. c. When a lot production is completed. 26. Periodic inventories for finished products, WIP and product accessories should be , taken: a. Every six months. b. Once or twice every fiscal year. c. Once a year. 27. The procedure for carrying out an inventory should include the following: a. Conducting the inventory according to the “3W1H”. b. A spet with technical knowledge to take the inventory at the job site using the asset ledger. c. Contacting related departments on a weekly basis to inform them about discrepancies. 28. To set up a good inventory storage system decide on: a. Different storage areas for items of different value. b. Different storage areas for different types of items. c. The maximum quantities of each item to be stored. A Roadmap to Quality 33 Unit 5 - Disposal and Storage UNIDO unit 5.qxd 3/10/05 29. 30. 1:05 PM Page 34 To display inventory levels so that people can see them at a glance, show: a. The amount of inventory used and the balance remaining. b. The maximum and minimum amounts that should be in the inventory. c. The dates of the incoming deliveries. To establish procedures to make sure that the right amount of items go to the right place at the right time decide on: a. The method for bringing items into the inventory. b. The method for storing things in the inventory. c. The method by which the next product...
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