Discrete Manufacturing

Discrete Manufacturing

Flexible use of the 168 hours in the week is required to meet seasonal and market driven fluctuations in demand. Juggling between shift operations throughout the week requires a sophisticated management of the workforce and shift scheduling to maintain employee morale and productive operations.

Automotive

Professional team industrial engineers check, maintenance and control welding robotics automatic arms machine in factory automotive industry with monitoring system software. Industry 4.0Assembly lines and suppliers are building the vehicles to meet the expanding global demand. Efficient scheduling of personnel is needed to maintain the absolute lowest production cost and reduced idle time. Similarly, excessive amounts of overtime must be avoided for both safety and cost. Increased industry safety standards. but require active participation in fatigue management programs and or reporting. Controlling costs like healthcare, absenteeism, and overtime are not just part of doing business. These key performance indicators must be controlled to maintain competitive advantage.


Flexible use of the 168 hours in the week is required to meet seasonal and market driven fluctuations in demand. Juggling between 1, 2 or 3 shift operations, 5, 6 or 7 days a week requires a sophisticated management of the workforce and shift scheduling to maintain employee morale and productive and safe operations.

Continuous processes require a vigilant 24/7 workforce, but the high level of automation makes critical monitoring highly monotonous. Special attention must be paid to control room design and methods so that employee alertness and performance are at high levels on all shifts.

Challenges

  • Efficient scheduling of personnel. With every advantage needed to maintain the absolute lowest production cost, idle time must be reduced. Similarly, high amounts of overtime must be avoided for both safety and cost.

  • Increased industry safety standards. Fatigue management programs are no longer simply plans or reports but require active participation.

  • Controlling costs. Healthcare, absenteeism and overtime costs are not just part of doing business. These key performance indicators must be controlled to maintain competitive advantage.

Electronics


Lowest cost production of computers, phones, and the rest of the gadgets we rely on requires 24/7 manufacturing.

Modern Electronics Development Facility: Diverse Team of Multi-Ethnic Engineers, Scientists Work on Computers, Talk, Design PCB, New Generation Silicon Microchips, Manufacturing SemiconductorsFlexible use of the 168 hours in the week is required to meet seasonal and market driven fluctuations in demand. Juggling between 1, 2 or 3 shift operations, 5, 6 or 7 days a week requires a sophisticated management of the workforce and shift scheduling to maintain employee morale and productive and safe operations.

Continuous processes require a vigilant 24/7 workforce, but the high level of automation makes critical monitoring highly monotonous. Special attention must be paid to control room design and methods so that employee alertness and performance are at high levels on all shifts.

Hi Tech & Semiconductor

Huge capital investment requires special attention to 24/7 plant utilization efficiency and employee alertness and performance.

Flexible use of the 168 hours in the week is required to meet seasonal and market driven fluctuations in demand. Juggling between 1, 2 or 3 shift operations, 5, 6 or 7 days a week requires a sophisticated management of the workforce and shift scheduling to maintain employee morale and productive and safe operations.

Continuous processes require a vigilant 24/7 workforce, but the high level of automation makes critical monitoring highly monotonous. Special attention must be paid to control room design and methods so that employee alertness and performance are at high levels on all shifts.

Pharma & Biotech

High value and high-quality products require a highly skilled, attentive round-the-clock workforce. Quality control is vital to the pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing industry and requires a vigilant 24/7 workforce. Special attention must be paid to workplace design and fatigue risk management so that employee alertness and performance are at elevated levels on all shifts.

Quality control is vital to the pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing industry and requires a vigilant 24/7 workforce. But the high level of automation makes critical monitoring highly monotonous. Special attention must be paid to workplace design and fatigue risk management so that employee alertness and performance are at high levels on all shifts.

How CIRCADIAN® can help you:

  • Staffing Level Analysis: Using advanced analysis techniques, CIRCADIAN® can identify the optimal staffing levels for your operation taking into account the fluctuations in demand that are inherent in the automotive industry.
  • Shift Schedule Optimization: CIRCADIAN® collaborates with both managers and employees to identify a set of ideal schedule solutions to meet business and family/social needs.
  • Fatigue Risk Management System: Comprehensive fatigue management programs will map out the course of action to maintain high safety standards while reducing costs associated with fatigue-related errors and incidents.
  • Managing a Shiftwork Lifestyle: These programs assist shiftworkers with managing their personal health, which will help minimize healthcare costs.
  • 24/7 Workplace Evaluation and Design: CIRCADIAN®’s expert researchers can assess the impact of the work environment and identify the best means of maintaining alertness for the workforce.
  • Employee Publications: For your managers and employees to perform their best, they must have the right information at their fingertips. Whether a monthly newsletter for shiftworkers or a management report on best practices, educating your people will allow them to perform better and be more productive.

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