Imagine you are launching a new site (warehouse) focus on safety

Imagine you are launching a new site (warehouse) focus on safety

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Overview: The main purpose behind the executive summary in a technical report is to provide a concise, high-level overview of the background and purpose, important findings, conclusions, and recommendations of a project. In general, information in your summary will be presented in the following sequence:

A. An introduction that identifies the main issue, problem, task, etc. –basically the overall motivation for the report and any necessary background information needed for context.

B. A body section that offers up summary information about the overall results/findings/outcomes.

C. Concluding remarks that reinforce your overall findings and offer recommendations, if applicable.

SAFETY

Current State (A present set of circumstances): Be descriptive of each section you’re describing of the current state, not just 1-2 sentences.

A. Use your ABCs (Act, Behavior, or Condition) to share your current state findings

B. Safety-centered engagement plan

Future State (process is to clarify how the business process will work, at some point in the future, once changes are made): Be descriptive of each section you’re describing of the future state, not just 1-2 sentences.

A. Example: Elimination or mitigation of above act, behavior, or condition. Be descriptive not just 1-2 sentences.

B. Utilize SMART (Smart. Measurable. Attainable. Relevant. Time Based) Actions to detail out how you will get to that future state.

Audit Mechanism

A. How will you be auditing that this act, behavior, or condition is eliminated or mitigated?

B. What mechanisms will be put in place to ensure your future state stays the forever state?

ENGAGEMENT

Current State (A present set of circumstances): Be descriptive of each section you’re describing of the current state, not just 1-2 sentences.

A. What are the current engagement mechanisms utilized by your site? Is there opportunity for improvement?

a. What exists internally as well as externally in the community?

Future State (process is to clarify how the business process will work, at some point in the future, once changes are made.): Be descriptive of each section you’re describing of the future state, not just 1-2 sentences.

A. Share your vision of what the future state of engagement at your station looks like.

B. Remember to detail actions in the SMART format

Audit Mechanism

A. How will you be auditing that this future state is implemented?

B. What mechanisms will be put in place to ensure your future state stays the forever state?

COST

Current State (A present set of circumstances): Be descriptive of each section you’re describing of the current state, not just 1-2 sentences.

A. What current processes have cost-reducing opportunities, think of the seven wastes: overproduction, inventory, motion, defects, over-processing, waiting, and transport.

Future State (process is to clarify how the business process will work, at some point in the future, once changes are made.): Be descriptive of each section you’re describing of the future state, not just 1-2 sentences.

A. Detail out what the future state would look like should the current process be improved.

B. Remember to detail actions in the SMART format

Audit Mechanism

A. How will you be auditing to ensure the future state is achieved?

B. What mechanisms will be put in place to ensure your future state stays the forever state?

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