Board/Document Review

CPS and DTM Fundamentals

  • 1. Is the Line Board meeting being held on all 3 shifts?

    **Guidelines - You are looking for documentation that proves the communication happened**
    (1 point) No documentation on why the machine was red for the shift
    (2 points) Notation on why the machine was red for the shift
    (3 points) Evidence of shift meeting at the end of some shifts
    (4 points) Evidence of shift meeting at the end of each shift

  • 2. Evidence of continuous tagging is shown on the Red Tag Tracker?

    **Guidelines - Red tag summary tab or JDE tracker has a column which shows the number of recent tag in the last 30 days**
    (1 Point) If there are none
    (2 points) If there are 1 - 2
    (3 points) - If there are 3 - 4
    (4 points) - If there are 5 or more

  • 3. Are all critical gauges marked, numbered, and match daily line walk or PM?

    **Guidelines - Review all critical gauges for unmarked or missing**
    (1 point) 3 or more found
    (2 points) 2 found
    (3 points) 1 found
    (4 points) 0 found

  • 4. Are Hard-To areas (HTA. HTC. HTI) listed on the VC-CM List with recent additions?

    **Guideline - Check to see if there is a standard way to track hard-to's )VC-CM List) and that it is being updated**
    (1 point) No list
    (2 points) There is a list but no recent additions
    (3 points) List with some recent additions from red tags
    (4 points) List with recent additions from red tags

  • 5. Is there a draft cleaning standard (or Master Cleaning Schedule) being developed and being trialed?

    **Guidelines - You can find this either posted on the line board or in the spreadsheet in the computer**
    (1 point) None
    (2 points) Red tag items added to either draft master / weekly cleaning schedule
    (3 points) Temporary countermeasure added for contamination / red tags with evidence
    (4 points) Draft standard being trialed

Contamination

  • 6. Are all areas of contamination tagged and have a plan for elimination?

    **Guidelines - All identified contamination found during audit**
    (1 point) More than 2
    (2 points) 2 or less without tagging
    (3 points) All tagged but no plan
    (4 points) All tagged & planned for elimination

Activities

  • 7. Can team members explain sources of contamination and abnormalities?

    **Guideline - Interview the operator for knowledge of sources of contamination**
    (1 point) No knowledge of sources of contamination
    (2 points) Some knowledge of sources of contamination
    (3 points) Some knowledge of sources of contamination
    (4 points) Complete knowledge of all sources of contamination

  • 8. Area team members actively participating in DTM checks and actions listed from opportunities?

    **Guideline - DTM schedule posted documenting when each of the members are required to complete audits and score should be posted accordingly**
    (1 point) <20%
    (2 points) 20% - 39%
    (3 points) 40% - 49%
    (4 points) 50% - 100%

  • 9. Does the Line Board show evidence of Team actively participating through action registers, red tags, work work orders or audits?

    **Guideline - All action items should be distributed to all team members**

    (1 point) 4 or more members have not participated
    (2 points) 3 members have not participated
    (3 points) 1 or 2 members have not participated completely
    (4 points) All have assigned tasks

Countermeasures

  • 10. Have 50% of all Red Tags been completed?

    **Guideline - Take a look at the Line Board and find the red tag tracker log for this information**
    (1 point) <20%
    (2 points) <40%
    (3 points) <50%
    (4 points) = or > 50%

  • 11. Have 50% of Hard-To's (HTA, HTC, HTI) areas been improved?

    *Guideline - Take a look at the red tag tracker log for this information*
    (1 point) <20%
    (2 points) <40%
    (3 points) <50%
    (4 points) = or > 50%

  • 12. Are centerline adjustment checks being developed and implemented?

    **Guideline - Go into SharePoint and look for it in the Line XX DTM Documents or it should be posted on the Line**
    (1 point) No list
    (2 points) Centerline added onto the list
    (3 points) criticals identified on the list
    (4 points) countermeasures being developed on the list

  • 13. Are the countermeasures for critical centerlines implemented (eliminated, pinned, visual control)?

    **Guideline - Go into SharePoint and it should be in the DTM workbook file**
    (1 point) <20%
    (2 points) <40%
    (3 points) <50%
    (4 points) >=50

  • 14. Are the countermeasures captured in OPL format and associates trained?

    **Guideline - Look for evidence that signed-off OPL's have been used for key countermeasures**
    (1 point) No OPL's
    (2 points) 1 OPL
    (3 points) 2 OPL's
    (4 points) 3 or more OPL's

Visual Controls

  • 15. - Have centerline visual controls been added to the proper process (PM, daily line walk)?

    **Guideline - This should be in the line's CPS workbook in SharePoint or posted on the line**
    (1 point) < 20%
    (2 points) <40%
    (3 points) <50%
    (4 points) >=50%

Machine Review

Deterioration

  • 16. All fasteners have been checked for tightness, loose, damaged, missing? No cracked or damaged welds?

    **Guideline - Machine walk around. Look for as many as you easily see and touch.**
    (1 point) >3 found
    (2 points) 2 found
    (3 points) 1 found
    (4 points) 0 found

  • 17. Is there abnormal noise or vibration in motors, bearings, etc.?

    **Guideline - Machine inspection. Listen. Something obvious heard with no plan to repair**
    (1 point) Something obvious heard and not tagged
    (2 points) Something heard and tagged but no plan to repair
    (3 points) Something heard and tagged with a plan to repair
    (4 points) Nothing heard

Workplace Organization

  • 18. Are there any unnecessary tools, parts, etc. in and/or around the equipment?

    **Guideline - This is a machine inspection.**
    (1 point) > 1 item found
    (2 points) 1 item found
    (3 points) Something found but there's a just cause for it to be there
    (4 points) Nothing found

  • 19. Visual noise has been eliminated. Work stations are clean and organized

    **Guideline - Review QC and Operator work stations.**
    (1 point) Not clean, marked or organized
    (2 points) It's clean but not organized
    (3 points) Items are stored but not clearly marked
    (4 points) Clean, organized and marked

  • 20. Necessary shift/daily cleaning tools exist at point of use

    **Guideline - Look for cleaning board and for proper tool placement.**
    (1 point) No board or location identified
    (2 points) No markings and not organized
    (3 points) All stored but not clearly marked
    (4 points) All stored and clearly marked

  • 21. Necessary shift/daily maintenance tools exist at point of use

    **Guideline - Look for maintenance tools and location (catwalks) and for proper tool placement.**
    (1 point) No board or location identified
    (2 points) Board or location identified but not marked or organized
    (3 points) Board or location identified and marked but not organized
    (4 points) Board or location identified marked and organized

Lubrication

  • 22. Are air filter bowls & oilers are new or like new and functioning properly?

    **Guideline - This is a visual inspection**
    (1 point) <50%
    (2 points) <75%
    (3 points) <100%
    (4 points) 100%

  • 23. Are oil levels being maintained and can be checked easily?

    **Guideline - Check the levels on the machine**
    (1 point) No. Oil levels are low or not being maintained
    (2 points) Missing more than 2
    (3 points) Missing 1 - 2
    (4 points) Oil levels are marked with both min & max levels and on either line walk or PM checklist to be verified

  • 24. Are 100% of the lubrication points color coded as per the standard?

    **Guideline - Machine inspections include grease, hydraulic oil, chains, etc.**
    (1 point) Lube points not identified
    (2 points) Lube points identified but nor marked
    (3 points) 50% marked per CCC standard
    (4 points) All marked per CCC standard

  • 25. Is there over lubrication at lubrication points?

    **Guideline - Machine inspection. Look at all visible and/or accessible lubrication points and look for excess that you can see or feel (chains, bearings, fittings, etc.)**
    (1 point) >3 found
    (2 points) 3 found
    (3 points) 1 or 2 found
    (4 points) None found

Sign Off

  • Auditor's signature

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