UNDERSTANDING OF NON-VALUE ADDED OVERTIME IN MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS

Authors

  • A. H. ABDUL RASIB , M. MUSAZALI

Abstract

: The manufacturing industry plays a crucial role in the production process to meet
the demands of the market and to raise the standard of living recently. Nevertheless, one of
the most common issues associated with the industry is unnecessary overtime. Overtime has
produced a variety of negative consequences on production output. This paper aims to
identify the various causes of unnecessary overtime, and the causes have been categorised
through the seven wastes of lean manufacturing. This paper also focuses on unnecessary
overtime occurred in industries. The method used in this paper is by reviewing the relevant
literature from conference papers and journal publications, including the International Journal
of Scientific and Technology Research, Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, and
International Journal of Engineering and Technology, amongst many others. Finally, the
critical components of NAO have been finalised according to the necessaryscopes of
operation,which considered as factors which are pre-production, in-production, and postproduction.Based on the final critical components, there were two critical sub-factors in preproduction components, six critical sub-factors in-production elements, and five critical subfactors post-production components.

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Published

2020-11-03

How to Cite

A. H. ABDUL RASIB , M. MUSAZALI. (2020). UNDERSTANDING OF NON-VALUE ADDED OVERTIME IN MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9803 - 9814. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2550