Put Some Teeth in Your OAC...OMAR
Most Lean Functions seem to have one way of accomplishing the task. If you take that approach with OAC you could be purchasing equipment that you don't need. Realizing the typical OAC process wouldn't work for our facility, deep cleaning would just be another sanitation task, we needed more. My process asks how do we bring the packaging equipment to the condition of a brand new line The speeds, The quality and the appearance. When you put together a Team of Operators, Line workers and Maintenance, and in just one week make an entire packaging line purr like it was brand new. It feels great looks great and the employees have a sense of pride when they hear everyone say: Wow, look what you guys did! This line hasn't run this good in 10 years. I invite you to try Operator, Maintenance Asset Rejuvenation in your facility.
Senior Operational Excellence Manager
Bill is a proven manufacturing management professional with expertise in the areas of Continuous Improvement and Lean Manufacturing. His 25 year career has included management in the areas of production, processing, packaging, quality control, safety and warehouse management; with the last 10 years focused on implementing from the ground up and managing to success the Continuous Improvement Management Programs for two of McCain Foods USA’s largest and most successful facilities. During this time frame Bill has conducted hundreds of lean management events for management including: Kaizen, A3 Problem Solving, 5 S, P&R and OAC events. Working with all levels of the organization to implement and sustain Lean Principles that will serve these facilities well into the future, Bill has applied unique solutions to his events that could only be described by many as “lean on steroids” and earned him the title of a true “outside the box” thinker.
Bill has now added to his experience the distinction of owning his own management consulting business which assists manufacturing organizations achieve their production successes through the application of continuous improvement techniques. Of note is his work with OAC events on equipment that is not performing up to manufacturing standard throughputs and by using the process of taking it to the frame and lighting it up (can’t clean what you can’t see) which has resulted in increased throughput, cleaner equipment and improved operator morale.
Bill’s business is IM Improving Consulting: Infina-Majorar equals Infinite Improvement. Bill assists management to “optimize your process so you optimize your profits”.