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ISSN 2391-9361

1(10)/2015
SYSTEMY WSPOMAGANIA W INŻYNIERII PRODUKCJI
REVIEW OF PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Edition circulation: 130 copies

 
Contents

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1 1(10)/2015/1

Karina HERMANN, Witold BIAŁY
Monitoring of activities in the field of industrial waste management

Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is the attempt to assess the currently existing system of monitoring of activities in the field of industrial waste management. The article characterized the state of industrial waste management in Poland in recent years and listed the main groups of waste and main areas of their application. In the paper there is the role of waste monitoring and the description of tasks of different entities in the field of control and supervision of waste management. Moreover, the paper shows the structure of waste monitoring and describes the system of waste monitoring in Poland, and presents the IT systems that supporting the work of supervisory authorities as well.

Keywords: waste management, waste monitoring, industrial waste
p. 7 pobierz
2 1(10)/2015/2

Maria HORODECKA, Radosław WOLNIAK
Valuation of non-compliance on the example of the chosen Italian company

Abstract: Abstract: In this publication we presented and analyzed the difficulties faced by businesses in differentiating processes and constituent procedures from persons concerned. It presented as a tool for evaluating sample categories that makeup the occurrence of inconsistencies in the manufacturing process of the Italian company.

Keywords: quality management, evaluation tool, inconsistencies in the manufacturing process, the categories of the reasons for non-compliance
p. 18 pobierz
3 1(10)/2015/3

Karolina JĄDERKO, Barbara BIAŁECKA
Decision support systems in waste management – a review of selected tools

Abstract: The article presents review of information solutions in waste management with special regard to decision support systems (DSS). There was indicated basic components of system's architecture and their influence on waste management assignments. Analysis of designed and implemented software solutions has enabled the ordering of various types of information systems for decision-making levels of regional and municipal waste management systems.

Keywords: decision support system, waste management system
p. 32 pobierz
4 1(10)/2015/4

Agata JUSZCZAK-WIŚNIEWSKA, Mariusz J. LIGARSKI
Analysis of the causes the quantitative changes and trends in conferred ISO 9001 certificates in Poland. Research based on the data from audits

Abstract: The article presents the results of research conducted on the basis of data from audits. Comparison of the results of this research, with information related to trends and volatility in the certification, allowed the presentation appearing depending between them. It was also touched on the information about new edition of ISO 9001: 2015, how many an what kind of changes it may cause in the quantities of new and maintained certificates among enterprises. In summary of that article, has been presented the possible influence of factors determining changes but not only the quantity but also the business structure undergoing certification companies.

Keywords: certification, ISO 9001, quality management systems
p. 42 pobierz
5 1(10)/2015/5

Piotr KALETA, Tomasz WAŁEK
Benefits of MCHP XRGI use in the brewing industry

Abstract: This paper presents basic process flows in beer-making and their energy demands. Prospect of introduction of a different types of cogeneration according to yearly output of breweries is analyzed. Capability of improvement of energy management in micro, small regional and medium size regional breweries through the use of gas micro-cogeneration MCHP XRGI is presented. Comparison of cost of operation is shown for both traditional and proposed system.

Keywords: heat, electricity, micro co-generation, natural environment, brewing industry energy management, MCHP XRGI
p. 51 pobierz
6 1(10)/2015/6

Dorota KSIĄŻEK, Mariusz J. LIGARSKI
The role of leaders in shaping the quality in the context of preparation of self-assessment for the Polish quality award competition

Abstract: This paper tries to identify the role of the leaders in shaping the quality within an organization. It describes the area as well as the range of the influence of leaders in organizations. The relationship between leadership strategy and other strategies adopted in the companies was indicated. Moreover, an attempt was made to determine the influence of the leaders on particular stages of implementation as well as functioning of the quality management system in the enterprise. It also presents the role of leadership according to the Polish Quality Award criteria. An analysis indicating the areas of leaders’ influence was conducted on the basis of a survey and interviews carried out in a group of participants of one of the trainings on the preparation of self-assessment for the Polish Quality Award competition.

Keywords: leader, quality management system, Total Quality Leadership, self-assessment, the Polish Quality Award
p. 58 pobierz
7 1(10)/2015/7

Krzysztof MICHALSKI, Bartosz SZCZĘŚNIAK
n analysis of degraded post-mining areas to be re-developed – case study: slime separators

Abstract: Economic transformations in Poland in the 1980s among others started the process of liquidation of many mining plants. Areas which until recently were subject to strong influences of mining economy, are now becoming post-mining areas. Degradation of an area, incomplete or scattered information on its legal conditions, its property structure, ecological condition, the existing logistic infrastructure and provision of utilities discourage potential investors from undertaking activities to re-use the area. This article presents an initial analysis of a selected post-mining area, which should make it easier to determine the directions of its future development.

Keywords: degraded area, post-mining waste landfill, slime separators, re-development
p. 67 pobierz
8 1(10)/2015/8

Michał MOLENDA
Structure and functioning of the european conformity assessment system of products

Abstract: The article describes in a cross-sectional, yet consistent manner, the currently operating product conformity assessment system in Europe, called by author The European Conformity Assessment System of Products (ECASP). The article details the basic regulations currently in force, both at the level of European law, as well as polish domestic law that form the structure and operation of the system. The comprehension of the read shall be eased by comp model of the structure and the relationships between elements of the ECASP. The first part of the article is devoted to describe the origins of building a conformity assessment system in Europe. Another part of the study describes the European level of compliance system – a European framework and institutions that it constitutes. In the third section an overview of the system in Poland is presented. In particular, Polish entrepreneurs so that they can develop better understand the current rules for the European conformity assessment system, including the principle of marking (CE) devices, which elements are part of that system.

Keywords: conformity assessment system, CE, new approach directives
p. 79 pobierz
9 1(10)/2015/9

Victor NORDIN, Bella BEISULTANOVA
Directions of effectivization of warehousing enterprises

Abstract: The article points to the need of improving warehouse operations, which are ineffective in many enterprises across Russia. The list of all the necessary measures is compiled on the basis of logistical approach, the development and implementation of which will help to solve system problems and to eliminate "bottlenecks". For one of the directions of an algorithm for sequences of action, allowing rational planning work management.

Keywords: warehouse, warehousing, logistical approach, method of expert evaluations, process approach, algorithm
p. 90 pobierz
10 1(10)/2015/10

Monika STĘPIEŃ, Barbara BIAŁECKA
The essence of communication process in waste management system

Abstract: The purpose of the article was to identify some trends and directions of changes in the process of communication between all entities in waste management system. Streamlining of the process should be followed by identifying the participants and information exchanged between them. It is important to recognize all the communication channels and media used in the process, as well as distortions occured. Identification of gaps and potential barriers in the communication process of waste management system will designate areas for further analysis and extended research.

Keywords: waste management system, communication process, the act of maintaining cleanliness and order in municipalities, the act of waste
p. 98 pobierz
11 1(10)/2015/11

Beata SZCZERBA, Barbara BIAŁECKA
Analysis of production process and complaints in an automotive company

Abstract: Analysis of production process enabling to identify weakness points in the company. It should be used in all the spheres of the company. The article provides the theoretic description of extrusion process and complaints which the company received from internal and external customers. The authors also describe a case study based on gained experience.

Keywords: extrusion, complaint management, process improvement
p. 109 pobierz
12 1(10)/2015/12

Dorota WANDZICH, Grażyna PŁAZA
Workplace quality during the welding process

Abstract: The article presents the exposure to noise and dusts occurring during the welding process. The results of the measurements of industrial dust and noise at the welder’s workplace in the period 2012-2014 are presented. Health problems generated during the process are presented. In particular, the attention is paid how to improve the quality of the work during the welding process. Proactively proposing actions that will improve the quality of the work during the welding process are described.

Keywords: occupational exposure, welding process, industrial dust and noise, health risk
p. 117 pobierz
13 1(10)/2015/13

Radosław WOLNIAK
The relationship between the implementation of CSR and the distance to authority

Abstract: Cultural issues exert a significant influence on the functioning of the organization and implementation of CSR. In the following paragraphs paper presents aspects of organizational culture, one of the dimensions analyzed by G. Hofstede – distance to the government and it is pointed out that the distance to authority (small or large) positive effect on the implementation of CSR.

Keywords: CSR, organizational culture, Corporate Social Responsibility, the distance to authority
p. 128 pobierz
14 1(10)/2015/14

Radosław WOLNIAK, Patrycja HĄBEK
Quality management and corporate social responsibility

Abstract: The paper presents the relationship between quality management and corporate social responsibility. We presented, in the paper, the most important relationships between these concepts. Were also examined issues related to the presence of Corporate Social Responsibility in a variety of standards for quality management and related matters. In addition, the publication has been the most important characteristics of CSR standards.

Keywords: quality management, Corporate Social Responsibility, ISO 9001, ISO 26000, SA 8000
p. 139 pobierz
15 1(10)/2015/15

Michał ZASADZIEŃ
Selected methods and tools for analysing product nonconformity in the automotive industry

Abstract: The study contains a review of seldom encountered quality management methods and tools which are applied in the automotive industry to solve problems related to nonconforming products. Three tools have been discussed: 5WHY, 7 Diamonds and Drill Deep and Wide. The tools differ from each other in terms of their complexity and the scope of application: from the simplest problems related to product quality to complex problems occurring in the production process. The scope of their application may refer to one product, the whole production process as well as to all processes in the corporation.

Keywords: quality, tools, 7 Diamonds, management, nonconformity, automotive industry, 5WHY, DDW
p. 150 pobierz
16 1(10)/2015/16

Damian ZASINA, Jarosław ZAWADZKI
Disaggregation of SO2 and PM2.5 emissions from small domestic combustion sources located in southwestern polish provinces: case study

Abstract: The aim of this study is to present disaggregation for SO2 and PM2.5 emissions from small domestic sources. As suggested by Dong and Liang [5], the problem is to analyse air emission from scattered sources (households). Data submitted for Poland [14] indicate that small domestic boilers are one of main sources of air pollutant emission. Their shares in 2013 national total were about 34% for SO2 and 51% for PM2.5 respectively. Results from [21] underline the significance of that source. Moreover, the current analysis found connection between small domestic combustion and air quality worsening in local scale. Despite the fact, solid fuels will remain the main energy resource in the near future [22]. To carry out presented analysis, we used emission data submitted for international purposes [14] and selected statistics published by the Central Statistical Office of Poland [15, 16]. Selected data were derived also from study carried out by Hławiczka et al. [9] for Polish-Czech Republic border region.

Keywords: emission, SO2, PM2.5, spatial statistics, small domestic combustion
p. 161 pobierz
   
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