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In this video, you will learn how to provide detailed work instructions using your Standard Work template
Topics in this Video
Each Work Element starts & ends with a break point where work COULD be handed off from one worker to another
There are times that you will bend this rule by adding Sub-steps, but usually not.
Usually, only 2 wrapped lines are visible
Copy the special bullet symbols for Key Points
Systems2win menu > Open a Blank Sheet will open a new Job Breakdown sheet to allow users to drill down to detailed Work Instructions (on worksheets in the same workbook)
Visual icons for Personal Protective Equipment, Safety issues, and Quality concerns
Not too many. Usually better to drill down to a related document for detailed instructions and pictures
Layout Diagram training and video
Only Work Elements performed every Run Cycle get a Step number, and not even all of those.
Rows that DON'T get a Step number include: Walk, Wait, Steps performed by an External Operator, and Sub-steps.
Your sub-steps should be mostly for Walk and Wait.
It's usually better to drill down to a related document for other types of sub-steps.
Learn more about Steps and Sub-Steps