Production Planning and Control
The Production Planning and Control Template will help you utilize the resource allocation of employee’s activities, materials, and production capacity, in order to serve different customers.Use template now
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- 1. Product name
- 2. Product number
- 3. Quantity
- 4. Deadline
- 5. Priority level
- 6. Customer
- 7. Customer’s email
- 8. Customer’s phone
- 9. Describe the identified risk.
- 10. Attach risk images.
Orders to be planned
Here are all the orders that need to be delivered.
Determine the best and cheapest sequence of operations and ensure that this sequence is followed in the factory.
- 1. Place of production
- 2. Machines to be used
- 3. Resources to be used
- 4. How many operators are necessary to produce the requested quantity?
- 5. What are the type, number, and sequence of manufacturing operations?
Scheduling is planning the time element of production. Prior determination of “when work is to be done”.
- Set the amount of work to do.
- Arrange the different manufacturing operations in order of priority.
- Set each operation’s start and end dates and times.
This is the action, doing, or implementation stage.
- Store issue order: authorize the store department to deliver required raw materials.
- Tool order: authorize tool store to provide the necessary tools, which may be collected by the tool room attendant.
- Work order: instruct the worker to proceed with the operation.
- Time ticket: it records the start and end time of the operations, helping set workers’ payment.
- Inspection order: notify the inspectors to carry out necessary inspections and report on the quality of the component.
- Move order: authorize moving materials and components from one facility (machinery) to another for further operations.
Keep track of the work effort.
- Ensure that all materials, tools, component parts, and accessories are available in all work centers in the specified quantities for carrying out manufacturing operations.
- Verify the status of work-in-progress and completed work at different work stations. This includes collecting information regarding the start and end date and time of completed work.
- Prepare progress records and keep the control boards up-to-date.
- Report to the manufacturing management all significant deviations, so that corrective action may be taken. It also includes reporting to production planning department so that future plans may be adjusted.
Here are all the orders delivered.
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