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Riccardo

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  • Hello Carlos,
    Since accidents are growing (it’s an important signal that generally may be a sign of a more serious injuriy risk. I will suggest you to :
    1. Collect the injuries datas: hand, head, sprain/strains, lacerations, lower back pulls, contusions,
     2. See it by person, by activity, by machine, by site,…
    3. Analyse the causes (with the…[Read more]

  • Thanks really appreciated.
    Regards

  • This is only prejudice in general coming from ppl who have never lived outside their country for more than a vacation or a short work travel while i’m trying to get in contact with serious and open-minded professionals. We are a multinational top notch engineering company with an important italian component but we have branches all over the wor…[Read more]

  • Riccardo replied to the topic Sigma level in the forum General 18 years, 7 months ago

    Hi,
    if I remember, the formula to calculate the sigma level is:
    =0.8406+SQRT(29.37-2.221*LN(DPM))
    If you’ve 2% of rework and 0.9% of scraps, we can take in consideration 2.9% defects = 29000 defects per million.
    Your sigma level is 3.4 (I hope)
    Regards

  • Riccardo replied to the topic Six sigma in Italy in the forum General 18 years, 7 months ago

    Hi guys,
    my name is Riccardo and I’m working for Lowara (ITT Industries) in Montecchio Maggiore (VICENZA)
    We implemented the SS methodology in the 2000 and actually we are 6 BB in Italy and 3 in our European Subs.
    Ciao

  • Riccardo replied to the topic Six sigma in Italy in the forum Europe 18 years, 7 months ago

    Hi guys,
    my name is Riccardo and I’m working for Lowara (ITT Industries) in Montecchio Maggiore (VICENZA)
    We implemented the SS methodology in the 2000 and actually we are 6 BB in Italy and 3 in our European Subs.
    Ciao