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What is a Quick Action Rev?

Quick Action Stages

Situation Types

Quick Action points

How to create a Quick Action Rev on the Web?

How to create a Quick Action Rev in the Mobile app?

What is a Quick Action Rev?

A Quick Action Rev allows you to deliver a quick solution when a situation is outside its standards. These Revs can improve standard operating procedures and provide insights into the frequency of some problems.

Quick Action Stages

Before:

  • Define the problem

  • Define the Situation Type: 5S's, Safety Hazard, Equipment abnormalities, Operations (Click here to learn more)

After:

  • Document the solution (What do you do?)

Review:

  • Capture the Economic Impacts

  • Add the Benefits of your Quick Action

Situation Types

There are five Situation Type options to select in a Quick Action. These Situation types help provide additional context for a Quick Action.

  • 5S’s

  • Safety Hazard

  • Equipment abnormalities

  • Operations

  • Quality Defects

5S's

Choose one of the 5S standards when it describes creating a more efficient, effective, and safer work area to achieve greater productivity. You can choose from the options:

1. Sort - Unnecessary material: Remove all unnecessary material and keep only the essential material.

2. Set in Order - Things out of place: Find the optimal location for each item in order to increase effectiveness and eliminate risks.

3. Shine - Unclean Space: Inspect and identify and eliminate sources of contamination to establish a cleaning process.

4. Standardize - No standard available: Establish procedures for maintaining order and cleanliness to ensure safe working conditions.

5. Sustain- Broken Standard - Commit to maintaining current standards.

Safety Hazard

Select Security Hazard when your Quick Action is about a potential source of harm or danger, such as unsafe working conditions.

  • Low risk (Minor)

  • Medium risk (Norma)

  • High risk (Critical)

  • Safety Preventive Action

Equipment Abnormalities

Best used to help describe situations associated with Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).

  • Minor defects like contamination (ie: dust or slackness on chains)

  • Unfulfilled basic conditions (ie: damaged oil levels gauges)

  • Inaccessible places (to clean or operate)

  • Sources of contamination (ie: scrap or product leaks)

  • Quality defects (ie: abnormalities in filter mechanisms)

  • Unnecessary equipment (ie: unused machinery)

  • Unsafe condition or behavior (ie: cracking floors)

Operations

  • Lesson learned - Choose this option when you have acquired knowledge worth sharing with your team.

  • Quality Near Miss - Use this situation type when some of your products have an error that is detected before it reaches customers. As a result of this action, it is recommended to implement preventive or corrective actions.

Quality Defects

  • Appearance

  • Function

  • Loose

  • Missing

  • Mutilation

  • Noise

  • Wrong Opstion Seat

  • Wrong Part

Quick Action points

When capturing a Quick Action, you earn points. You can earn up to 30 points if all the Rev has been completed.

Before - 14 points

  • 1 pt - Add description on what is the problem

  • 5 pts - Add Type of Situation

  • 3 pts - Upload a photo

  • 5 pts - Add categories

After - 13 points

  • 5 pts - What did you do?

  • 5 pts - Could this situation happen elsewhere?

  • 3 pts - Add experiment photo

Review - 8 points

  • 1 pt - What is the cost reduction?

  • 1 pt - What is the investment?

  • 1 pt - How did you estimate the impact?

  • 5 pts - Add Categories (Already located at the "Before" stage)

Validate - 10 points

  • If your Coach validates your Rev, you can earn 10 points

Like - 1 point

How to create a Quick Action Rev on the Web?

  1. In the Stream, click on the "Create" button

  2. Choose "Quick Action"

  3. Write the title of your Rev

  4. Click on "Create"

  5. Add your team: One Coach, and up to five collaborators

  6. Before Stage: Capture the problem with a short description, add the Situation Types, Categories, and evidence with a photo

  7. After Stage: What did you do? Could this situation happen elsewhere? and select the person who solved the problem. You can also attach an image as evidence

  8. Mark the Rev as Completed

  9. Review Stage: What is the Cost Reduction? What is the Investment? How do you estimate the Impact?

  10. Done, your Quick Action Rev is now completed. It's time to validate it by your Coach.

Check out this short video step by step:

How to create a Quick Action Rev in the Mobile app?

  1. Make sure to have updated to the latest Rever app version

  2. Log in with your account

  3. Click on "+" and select Quick Action

  4. Write the title of your Rev, take a picture, or upload an image relevant to the issue.

  5. Click on "Create"

  6. Add your team: One Coach, and up to five collaborators

  7. Before Stage: Capture the problem with a short description, add the Situation Types, confirm your tags (attributes), and add the benefits.

  8. After Stage: What did you do? Could this situation happen elsewhere? and select the person who solved the problem. You can also attach an image as evidence

  9. Mark the Rev as Completed

  10. Review Stage: What is the Cost Reduction? What is the Investment? How do you estimate the Impact?

  11. Done, your Quick Action Rev is now completed. It's time to validate it by your Coach.

Check out this short video step by step:

Now is the time to start creating your Quick Actions Revs!

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