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The Company's Energy System is certified with ISO 50001:2011

In 03rd August 2018, HAMECO was certified with the ISO 50001:2011 in energy management by TUV NORD CERT

By HAMECO 28/08/2018

The Company's Energy System is certified with ISO 50001:2011

In 03rd August 2018, HAMECO was certified with the ISO 50001:2011 in energy management by TUV NORD CERT

 

In 03rd August 2018, HAMECO was certified with the ISO 50001:2011 in energy management by TUV NORD CERT

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The Company's Management System is certified with ISO 9001:2015

After being certified ISO 9001:2008, in 28th August 2018, HAMECO was re-certified with the latest version of ISO 9001:2015

By HAMECO 28/08/2018

The Company's Management System is certified with ISO 9001:2015

After being certified ISO 9001:2008, in 28th August 2018, HAMECO was re-certified with the latest version of ISO 9001:2015

 

After being certified ISO 9001:2008, in 28th August 2018, HAMECO was re-certified with the latest version of ISO 9001:2015

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What is Kaizen?

Kaizen was created in Japan following World War II. The word Kaizen means "continuous improvement". It comes from the Japanese words ? ("kai") which means "change" or "to correct" and ? ("zen") which means "good".

By HAMECO 09/12/2016

What is Kaizen?

Kaizen was created in Japan following World War II. The word Kaizen means "continuous improvement". It comes from the Japanese words ? ("kai") which means "change" or "to correct" and ? ("zen") which means "good".

We'll look at Kaizen by answering three questions: What is Kaizen? What are the benefits of Kaizen? What do you need to do to get started kaizen free guide 300 250 rectangleusing Kaizen principles?Free Kaizen Guide

 

Kaizen was created in Japan following World War II. The word Kaizen means "continuous improvement". It comes from the Japanese words ? ("kai") which means "change" or "to correct" and ? ("zen") which means "good".

 

Kaizen is a system that involves every employee - from upper management to the cleaning crew. Everyone is encouraged to come up with small improvement suggestions on a regular basis. This is not a once a month or once a year activity. It is continuous. Japanese companies, such as Toyota and Canon, a total of 60 to 70 suggestions per employee per year are written down, shared and implemented.

 

In most cases these are not ideas for major changes. Kaizen is based on making little changes on a regular basis: always improving productivity, safety and effectiveness while reducing waste.

 

Suggestions are not limited to a specific area such as production or marketing. Kaizen is based on making changes anywhere that improvements can be made. Western philosophy may be summarized as, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." The Kaizen philosophy is to "do it better, make it better, improve it even if it isn't broken, because if we don't, we can't compete with those who do."

 

Kaizen in Japan is a system of improvement that includes both home and business life. Kaizen even includes social activities. It is a concept that is applied in every aspect of a person's life.

 

In business Kaizen encompasses many of the components of Japanese businesses that have been seen as a part of their success. Quality circles, automation, suggestion systems, just-in-time delivery, Kanban and 5S are all included within the Kaizen system of running a business.

 

Kaizen involves setting standards and then continually improving those standards. To support the higher standards Kaizen also involves providing the training, materials and supervision that is needed for employees to achieve the higher standards and maintain their ability to meet those standards on an on-going basis.

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LAUNCHING CEREMONY OF 5S PROGRAM AT HAMECO

On December 9th, 2016 Hanoi Mechanical Company Limited held Launching Ceremony “5S Activities Implementation Campaign” at the Company’s factory (in Thuan Thanh District – Bac Ninh province)

By HAMECO 09/12/2016

LAUNCHING CEREMONY OF 5S PROGRAM AT HAMECO

On December 9th, 2016 Hanoi Mechanical Company Limited held Launching Ceremony “5S Activities Implementation Campaign” at the Company’s factory (in Thuan Thanh District – Bac Ninh province)

On December 9th, 2016 Hanoi Mechanical Company Limited held Launching Ceremony “5S Activities Implementation Campaign” at the Company’s factory (in Thuan Thanh District – Bac Ninh province)

 

 

In the presence of entire staff, Mr. Phan Pham Ha – The Party Committee Secretary cum CEO declared starting 5S and entrusted them with duty of implementing the program.

Mr. Phan Pham Ha – Chief Executive Officer in his speech

The Company’s staff attended the Ceremony

Then, Mr. Trinh Minh Thanh – Deputy CEO determined possibility of taking on 5S in present condition

Mr. Trinh Minh Thanh – Deputy CEO in his speech

After that, Mr. Nguyen Van Vu – CEO’s Adviser delivered a speech on pointing out key issues to carry out the program

Mr. Nguyen Van Vu – CEO’s Adviser in his speech

Under the witness of Managers Board, leaders of departments and workshops signed the Commitment to achieving 5S at their area.

 

 

 

Leaders of departments and workshops signed Commitment

Commitment to achieving 5S with signatures

The Company’s Staff had photo taken beside the Commitment board

The Ceremony finished with hand clapping from all attendees

Right after the Ceremony, the Company carried out a spring cleaning: sweeping and collecting garbages to prescribed place.

It is hopeful that 5S implementation plan will get successful results.

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What is 5S?

A 5S (Five S) program is usually a part of, and the key component of establishing a Visual Workplace and are both a part of Kaizen - a system of continual improvement - which is a component of lean manufacturing.

By HAMECO 09/12/2016

What is 5S?

A 5S (Five S) program is usually a part of, and the key component of establishing a Visual Workplace and are both a part of Kaizen - a system of continual improvement - which is a component of lean manufacturing.

 

The 5S program focuses on: 5S methodology

  • having visual order
  • organization
  • cleanliness
  • standardization

The results you can expect from a 5S program are: improved profitability, efficiency, service and safety.

The principles underlying a 5S program at first appear to be simple, obvious common sense. And they are. But until the advent of 5S programs many businesses ignored these basic principles.

What are the Five Ss?

5S was developed in Japan and stands for the Japanese words seiri (tidiness), seiton (orderliness), seiso (cleanliness), seiketsu (standardization), and shitsuke (discipline). These words have been adopted to English to maintain "5S."

Use the following links to learn more about 5S

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The first step in making things cleaned up and organized. This improves efficiency, helps increase quality, and makes it simpler to spot problems and enhances productivity.

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Set

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Organize, identify and arrange everything in a work area.

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Shine

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Regular cleaning and maintenance.

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Standardize

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Make it easy to maintain - simplify and standardize.

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Sustain

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Maintaining what has been accomplished.

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What types of businesses benefit from a 5S program?

Everyone and all types of business benefit from having a 5S program. Manufacturing and industrial plants come to mind first, as those are the business that can realize the greatest benefits. However, any type of business, from a retail store to a power plant — from hospitals to television stations — all types of businesses, and all areas within a business, will realize benefits from implementing a 5S program.

What will 5S cost me?

The shipyard industry is spending nearly a million dollars to develop a Five S program the industry can use, and to implement that program at two shipyards. On the other hand you can implement a Five S program without adding an extra dollar to your budget.

Realistically you probably will need to spend some extra money to get your Five S program going. There will be training time; man-hours spent to get your facility cleaned up and organized; equipment purchases, such as buying a quality labeling system; and time spent on sustaining your Five S program once it is in place.

Your actual costs will depend on where you are now - for example what is the condition of your facility? The further you are from meeting the goals of a Five S program, the more it will cost to implement one and the greater the benefits you'll see as a result of your Five S program.

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The Company's Management System is certified with ISO 9001:2008

Marking number 57th among the earliest companies in Vietnam who was certified with ISO 9001 in 1995, after 20 years of application with many times of upgrading in 2004, 2007, in March 2015, HAMECO was re-certified with the latest version of ISO 9001:2008.

By HAMECO 03/08/2015

The Company's Management System is certified with ISO 9001:2008

Marking number 57th among the earliest companies in Vietnam who was certified with ISO 9001 in 1995, after 20 years of application with many times of upgrading in 2004, 2007, in March 2015, HAMECO was re-certified with the latest version of ISO 9001:2008.

Marking number 57th among the earliest companies in Vietnam who was certified with ISO 9001 in 1995, after 20 years of application with many times of upgrading in 2004, 2007, in March 2015, HAMECO was re-certified with the latest version of ISO 9001:2008.

The Auditors from Vietnam Certification Center (QUACERT) made audition and sent The stage 2 Certification Audit Report to the Company on March 14th, 2015. After receiving The Company's evidences of corrective actions taken, on March 18th, QUACERT decided to grant certification 9001:2008 for HAMECO.

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