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“The lean visual pocketbook offers 50 practical ways for users to get started transforming their facility into a visual workplace,” says Rick Ruzga, Brady’s lean engagement manager. “It reinforces the importance of creating visual standards that can quickly and efficiently highlight abnormalities in order to sustain the gains in their lean initiatives.”
Brady’s lean visual pocketbook is divided into six chapters: workplace organization visuals (5S), production and inventory control visuals, standard work instruction visuals, equipment care visuals (TPM), safety visuals, facility and process visuals and kaizen continuous improvement visuals. Each chapter describes different lean visual examples accompanied by best practice photos to illustrate how visuals optimize efficiency and safety.