Recording production data
Click the dropdown and choose the org you want to access
To go to the ‘collect’ page, click on the main menu icon in the upper left corner of the site and select ‘Collect’
Note: Only certain auth levels have access to the ‘Collect’ page. If you do not see ‘Collect’ on the main menu contact your site administrator
On the ‘Collect’ page, select the line and station that you are working at and press the ‘NEXT >’ button
You are now on the main screen for the station you selected in the above step. This screen will show the current ‘station status’ (red/yellow/green) for the selected station and provide you with the option to either update the station status or start production
First we will go through instructions on pushing the ‘STATION STATUS >’ button, then later instructions on pushing the ‘START >’ button
If you push the ‘STATION STATUS >’ button you will be brought to a page to update the station status. Here you can select ‘RED’, ‘YELLOW’, or ‘GREEN’ depending on the current status of the station.
Typically companies use ‘RED’ status to indicate when a station is stopped and ‘YELLOW’ to indicate when a station is running slow but not stopped
Once an option is selected in the previous step, a pop up window will prompt you to enter the reason code (why the station is stopped or delayed) and/or notes. The options and requirements for these fields are managed by your site administrator.
Push the ‘UPDATE’ button to update the station status and return to the main screen for the station
Note: Updating the station status will update dashboard and metrics accordingly, and may also trigger notifications to other users in your org
Once back on the main screen for the station, push the ‘START >’ button to start recording production for the station
Once you push the ‘START >’ button you will be brought to a page to record the pass/fail results for the current unit in production. On this page a time will count up to record the cycle time for the current unit in production.
If the current unit is production ‘passes’ your process, push the ‘PASS >’ button to record the results and return to the main screen to start the process again.
If the current unit in production ‘fails’ your process, push the ‘FAIL >’ button. A pop up window will prompt you to enter the reason code and/or notes. The options and requirements for these fields are managed by your site administrator. Once entered push the ‘UPDATE’ button to return to the main screen to start the process again.
Note: you will want to record cycle time accurately (push ‘START >’ as the first step in your process and ‘PASS >’ or ‘FAIL >’ as the last step) because several metrics are generated using the process time of each unit produced. If the time that you are recording falls outside of the 95% confidence interval for that station (and you’ve logged > 100 records for that station) you will see a warning message after pushing ‘PASS >’ or ‘FAIL >’ to confirm you want to log the outlier data