Standardized Work

Record the PSCP # and revision page. Does it match and is it current?

Review Ipad in workcell and record PSCP # and revision page. Verify it matches.

Is the PSCP displayed on the Ipad correct? Does it match the part in the press?

Review parts at press and Ipad and make sure they match.

Review the operator pre-shift checklist. Is it being complete?

Review operator checklist on computer screen and verify it is complete.

Are the work instructions being followed? Does the operator follow the correct sequence of steps?

Review the PSCP on Ipad and watch operator work for a minimum of 3 cycles.

Ask operator to check a part. Is it being done correctly? Is there a calibration sticker on the check fixture? Verify calibration sticker is not overdue. Ensure measurement points are not broken.

Review how the operator is checking a part. Check calibration sticker on check fixture and verify the calibration sticker is not overdue. Check measurement points where the parts are being measured and make sure they are broken.

Review Quality Alerts and/ or Modifications on the computer screen. Is the operator signed off and is it being followed?

Has the operator been trained?

Review the training matrix on the production floor and check for operators name and date of certification. Ensure it is not past a year.


Is the operator wearing all their PPE and an operator tag?

Look at operator to review PPE and badge. Review earplugs, safety glasses, safety shoes, hair is up if long, gloves are worn if trimming and ID tag is visible.

Is the workcell clean?

Review workcell for food, personal belongings, excessive garbage, non conforming parts.

Is the ergo matting in place?

Review the ergo matting in the workcell. Ensure it is in place and safe.


Are the first offs current at the press?

Review side of the press for first offs. Review date of tag.

Are the process settings running to master? (If no master available, is a validation being complete?)

Ask process tech to verify process settings are running within master.

Are the SPC’s being done and recorded by technicians? Verify on SPC Form #4886.

Review Form #4886 on computer screen. Verify measurements are being recorded.

Is the hand apply present and identified with an ID #? Is the measurement in spec and being recorded on Form #4886? Does it measure within tolerance?

Review hand apply for ID# and Form #4886 to ensure it is being recorded and within tolerance.

Is the process master log being filled out properly when changes are made on Form #4800

Review process master log sheet and verify changes to masters are being logged and updated.

Is the part being checked by operator? Verify it is being done correctly. Is the part ok?

Watch operator check the part and compare to the PSCP.


B299 Rear: If running on production floor verify the fixture is being used.

CD539 Seat: Inspect and review alignment of metal wires on the rail. Review part on the check fixture and push the whale tale clamp down. Check on the bottom of the part for cracking on skin surface in ejector areas.

Review H-Point and weigh one piece to ensure it is within nominal dry weight specs.

RU Trim Ring: Review components at press and inspect for any rust present.

Review GMX 352 Front glue station. Is there a lot traceability sticker on the part? Is it glued? Are the glue steps being followed?

Review wire baskets on production floor. Ensure there is no damage present on wire baskets.

GM Service Order Unitized: verify strapping is not loose and boxes cannot shift


Is the yield and utilization board up to date? Are the quality and safety triangles up to date and accurate?

Review the board and check if it is up to date.

Is the quality discrepancy log being filled out on the computer? Review For #4744.

Review log and verify it is being filled when discrepancies are found.

If the oven is being used for collapsed parts or dimensional issues, is the oven procedure SW-EPP-4392 being followed? Is the operator at the press recording non conforming dimensions? Is the oven operator recording conforming dimensions?

Review if the dimensions for pre and post bake are being recorded.

Review Service Order on production floor: Are the straps secure and in place? Verify strapping is not loose. Review identification on outside any service box running. Does it have a green certified sticker for PDC parts or a blue dot to stay at Polycon Service area?

Review Service Order if running on production floor for strapping and identification.

Review the TPM board. Have the tasks been complete by operator, Mould change and process? If there is no check mark, ask why?

Review TPM board, are the tasks complete and are they being checked off?

Review Vision Camera Systems. Are the cameras on and being used?

Is the camera system functional on this press? If yes, is it on and working? Is the operator waiting and why?

If not, why is it not working?

Are the assembly fixtures tethered to the chains? (Review all assembly fixtures on production floor and verify they are tethered)

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.