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Production Meeting Agenda
Please leave your name and date with your item; and

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it when you are done.

Name

Date

Item

Jose

12-18-2008

At final test on 7400s and 7800s for stock, leave/write a Mac address on the board.

Jonah*

12-30-2008

About collecting a signature on mistakes when the order is big and/or complicated

Dominic

01-05-2009

Make sure all failed boards are TAGGED with a label why it failed!

Jose

01-05-2009

Write your name on your anti-static strap

Jose

1-16-09

Talking about other's mistakes is annoying ... (point the mistake to the person involved -in a nice way--and move on...)

Dominic

1-19-09

Communication is the key, in completing orders in a timely fashion.  When orders are getting filled in these little black boxes and MOD'S are being done make sure the end recipient of this order knows and understands what has been done that way they know what step to take in order to complete the order, since the burn-in process is time consuming. My suggestion is to write clearly on a piece of paper, along with explaining it to the person, or the tech can check it off on the order form.

Jose

2-2-2009

Confirm CB7-05s shipped with the label

Jonah*

2-3-2009

About giving a pretzel stamp to ones who find flaws/weaknesses and better idea for clear articulation on the check sheets for a better production procedure

Jonah

2-9-2009

Since modifications/additions on the boards are being done by technicians, it should be clarified whether the boards should be washed or not whenever the boards are handed to someone.

Christie

2-16-2009

Borrowing (taking) supplies from another's workstation should be communicated to the person from which it is being borrowed (taken). AND, it should be returned to that person/workstation when you are done. It should not be the RESPONSIBILITY of the loaner to track down their supplies AND it should never be "OK" to just take any supply(ies) without any acknowledgement at all. Doing so often creates a hardship when attempting to complete an assigned order and realizing, only then, you do not have the proper tools to process your assigned order.

Jonah

2-17-2009

Please close and lock the doors and windows that you opened and unlocked when you leave work for the day.

Jim

2-18-2009

What happened to the anonymous suggestion/complaint box idea? There were enough people in the last production meeting that thought it was a good idea, and we haven't heard anything about it since.

Christie

2-19-2009

Communication and distribution of information has been an ongoing battle for quite some time. It is absolutely imperative that all updates and/or changes made to production processes or procedures be communicated to all production staff upon implementation by the supervisor instead of relying on employee-to-employee communication. This will hopefully eliminate confusion and possible errors when completing customer orders.

   Wiesia

02-25-2009

At booting procedure on 7800s is not necessary booting test from SD card  - required booting only from FLASH.

   Wiesia

02-26-2009

Do not ship last board /READY/ from stock - leave for sample.

Jonah

02-26-2009

About using brown tape for wrapping

Tammy

02/27/2009

Boards left on burn-in racks and on tables for weeks




















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