Tip 1: How to make a production instruction
Reflect occupational safety requirements in the main body of the document, before the job description. Here you can provide links to existing instructions on labor protection, sanitary norms and rules, or write the text of specific requirements. Here also indicate the used personal protective equipment, safety requirements for components, assembly units and materials.
Describe the technological sequence of actions, operations. Describe the processes with simple phrases denoting an action on an object, accompanied by the indication of parameters (if necessary). Record information about the required process mode, i.e. parameters of temperature, pressure, power, etc. required during the operation.
Specify which equipment is involved in the process. Specify the names of devices, tools and measuring instruments in accordance with the technological documentation for them. By assigning a letter code to tools and fixtures, you can shorten the text of the description of operations.
The description of the equipment operation should be made in the form of a list or sequence of actions of the personnel serving it. There may be items on the duties of staff during the preparation of equipment for work, during its work, breakdowns and emergencies, as well as on the completion of work on the equipment. In addition, the responsibility of personnel when servicing and working with mechanisms is required.
Large text is divided into sections and subsections. Number and sub paragraphs number. Provide tables or graphic illustrations, if necessary.
On the first instruction sheet, indicate its name (above), the industry to which production relates. Below on the right should be a signature on the approval of the instructions, the position and date of the approver. Next, place the main text of the instruction, which, if necessary, transfer to subsequent pages. On the right and below, in a separate field, specify the list of its performers and the last name, the name of the developer and controller.