Recorded on April 26, 2018
This webinar addresses the basic principles of sustainable value stream mapping and how to develop a Sus-VSM for understanding and baselining the sustainability aspects within manufacturing processes as a critical step toward making improvements.
– Value streams
– Value stream mapping as an evaluation tool
– Sustainable value stream mapping (SusVSM)
– Environmental and societal metrics
– SusVSM case study
– Understand how to visualize process material and information flow
– Assess economic, environmental and societal sustainability performance
– Identify sustainable manufacturing operational metrics
- Presentation Info
Cheryl Eakle, Sr. Sustainability Engineer, KPPC
Mark Toda, Sr. Sustainability Engineer, KPPC
Dr. Fazleena Badurdeen, Associate Professor
Institute for Sustainable Manufacturing
University of Kentucky
Contents:[00:00] Introduction [01:54] Kentucky Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative (KSMI) [08:03] Introduction to Sustainable Value Stream Mapping [14:48] Sustainable Valuable Stream Mapping [51:04] Q&A / Wrap-up
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If you would like a PDF copy of the presentation slides used during this webinar, please contact Mark Toda at KPPC.
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