Analisa Beban Kerja Feeder Departemen Assembly & Decoration PT. X

Nico Adji Tarusutirto, Felecia Felecia

Abstract


PT. X tries to make improvements in the Assembly & Decoration Department by analyzing the feeder’s workload. Material supply that done by the feeder in the Assembly & Decoration Department is deemed not to work well and the company has limitations that cannot increase the labor cost. Observation of feeder work activities is done using the DILO method. The calculation of the feeder workload is done using the Workload Analysis method. The results of observations and analyzes show that the percentage of feeder workload is overload. 9 out of 10 percent of the feeder's workload is above 90%. The results of the value added and time composition analysis also showed that the work activities carried out by the feeder were dominated by activities outside of production. Improvements that have been implemented based on the analysis of the feeder workload are the making of a new procedure for taking gallons of water, adding lights to the AD2 Department production line, making temporary material zone mapping, making standard for plastic material folding, making standard for material storage , and making work instructions for all the feeders . Simulation of improvement results show that all feeder workloads are reduced to below 80%. After improvements results also show that the supply material is running better than before the improvement.

Keywords


day in the life of; feeder; supply material; work instruction

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