Firstly, make your purpose clear: reduce waste. Secondly, take steps to tackle every form of waste. In other words, audit your workplace purely in terms of waste reduction. Then, identify the areas where you need to take action. Finally, use visual management boards to set, monitor and meet waste reduction targets. Above all, take action everyday to reduce waste.
Under current pressures of the pandemic, it’s vital to work efficiently. Organise, communicate and evaluate your workflow with visual management.
Visual management can help you achieve social distancing in your workplace. Use a range of social distancing signs to communicate the objective to maintain 2m social distancing wherever possible. See how we can help...
Our hand wash procedure and hand wash check boards work because they make the hand washing procedures clear and accessible to everyone. Our boards show the hand wash procedures using pictures of the process in sequential order. Furthermore, they also provide relevant step by step instructions.
Our boards are updateable, editable and come with a range of accessories so they bring your Continuous Improvement strategy to life. Here’s how our boards work for you
American actor, director and writer, George Orson Welles (1915-1985), alights on a timeless truth in his statement: “create your own visual style…
Visual management is a term that is used with increasing frequency and sometimes in a range of contexts. This perhaps conveys the scope that visual management has and the multitude of ways in which it serves an organisation.
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