How does your organization view dimensional and quality control?
Please choose the option that best reflects the level of implementation around Accuracy Control (AC) and Quality Control (QC) in your organization.
Does your organization effectively practice Design for Production?
Design for production refers to developing a rationalized standard design approach that allows frequent design upgrades to avoid problems or improve profitability. Please choose the option that best describes your organization.
How are performance targets measured in your organization?
Please choose the answer which best describes what types of metrics and measures are used for performance targets at your organization.
What is the attitude to change and new technology at your organization?
Many companies are looking to innovate and improve but find that there are cultural barriers to change. Choose the option that best describes your company culture.
How important is process engineering in your organization?
Process Engineering is a companion function to Production Engineering. This group focuses on development of yard-wide methods and processes rather than just focusing on individual technical and production processes. Without a process engineering function, designs tend to be improved for producibility rather than being optimized. Choose the option that best describes your organization.
Who is responsible for performance improvement in your organization?
All yards have some type of performance improvement function. Choose the option the best describes your organization.
Do you have an effective master planning process?
Please choose the option that most accurately reflects your current master planning processes.
Does your organization design ships effectively?
Please choose the option that best describes your organization’s approach to ship engineering and design.
Do you use a manual or integrated system to maintain common/master parts catalogues?
Last question. Choose the options which best describes your parts catalogue system.