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Morning Meeting Improvement

Paul Akers straightens up the Morning Meeting area using FastCap’s Kaizen Foam.

For more information on FastCap’s Kaizen Foam, visit our website.

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Never stop improving!

Tyler and Dennis go to great lengths to improve the Euro Door Stop packaging process. No stone left unturned!

For more information on FastCap’s Euro Door Stop, visit our website.

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Deep Respect for Resources

Rhonda and Paul show respect and gratitude for the FastCap facility by keeping it pristine.

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Wanna see some crazy improvements for 2017?

Paul check in with FastCap team members about their favorite 2 Second Lean improvement in 2017. What’s yours?

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Lean FastCap Style

Want to see one of our most popular Lean videos from the archives?

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Amazing Kaizen Foam Improvement

Paul Akers and Tyler Erickson come up with a very nifty way to display FastCap’s PowerMags using FastCap Kaizen Foam. Now that’s a great Lean improvement.

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Utilizing QR Codes for Standard Processes

Paul Akers demonstrates how FastCap uses QR Codes to help standardize their processes.

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Fastcap’s 21 Principles – People and Things

Paul Akers discusses one of FastCap’s 21 principles called People and Things. Are you someone who takes responsibilities for more and more people and things?

For more all of FastCap’s morning meeting documents, go to this link and look under Lean Documents.

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Why does FastCap have a morning meeting?

Paul Akers answers Pitt Meadows Plumbing question about why have a morning meeting.

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GPS Tape for Organizing Tools

Paul Akers discusses FastCap’s GPS Tape which allows you to quickly identify tools by department or area. It’s made from vinyl, but it’s very thin which makes it easy to tear off and allows it to conform wrap and not come undone.

For more information on FastCap’s GPS Tape, visit our website.

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