Chopping Board Case Study

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND SIX SIGMA MODULE CODE: ECM29EKM NAME: SELORM COURAGE ANIWA INDEX NUMBER: 05AG0514131 (INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT) LLOYD HOUSEHOLDS COMPANY LIMITED VISION STATEMENT Lloyd’s passion for making cooking easy has been the drive to providing durable, affordable and safe chopping boards for households and industrial use with our innovative and customer friendly chopping boards. We aim to maximize the use of chopping boards all throughout every kitchen in Ghana in order to reduce accidents in the kitchen which occur as a result of handheld cutting through our commitment to quality, safety standards and continuous improvement, thus making us the biggest chopping board manufacturer in Ghana and the rest of the sub-region. Employing…show more content…
Ordinarily, especially in our Ghanaian setting, people are more likely to hold food stuff while they cut in the kitchen. This results in very high accident rate in the kitchen ranging from severe wounds on the fingers, excessive bleeding, to loss of human life. With a passion to reducing accidents in the kitchen, Lloyd Household Company Limited has researched the needs of customers and has come out with kitchen cutting boards to make cutting in the kitchen a delight. The exquisite designs, the durable material as well the technology employed is directed at achieving low cost and hence making it affordable to all households nationwide and beyond. The kitchen cutting board also known as chopping board is commonly used in preparing food. Items such as vegetables and meat are cut on it. Our cutting boards, primarily, are made of wood and come in standardized sizes unless for special orders for which custom made sizes apply and engraved with names of marriage couples or special recipes that could be handed down from generation to generation. It may also serve as a gift which will be treasured for a…show more content…
Do not glue anything yet. Stand the cut pieces on their edge so they all stand 1-1/2” high. To make the design symmetrical, start from the center and work your way towards the edge. Keep in mind the width of the planer is 14”, so anything over that dimension will have to be trimmed off equally from each side. Do not go past 13-1/2” inches (removing only ¼” for each edge). Once you find a design you like, with a pencil make a #1 in the top left corner and draw a diagonal line all the way across the board to the lower right edge, label that edge #2. If you would drop pieces or get out of order transporting to the clamps, you will be able to rebuild the pieces in the proper order starting with #1 and following the diagonal until the last piece #2 is in

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