Sometimes getting started with a safety or Lean project can be daunting. How are you supposed to calculate data and what does that data mean? We have some helpful tools that can get you started in the right direction.
At Creative Safety Supply, we are dedicated to providing you with the useful resources you need to improve your business. Our library of easy-to-use calculators and efficiency tools will help you begin your Lean journey, measure productivity, and set goals for the future.
Browse our selection of calculators below to find exactly what you’re looking for!
Answer three questions to get matched to the bundles that will best suit your application.
Assign a score for each part of your 5S program, as well as a median overall score.
Quickly determine the minimum number of fire extinguishers needed for your facility.
Determine whether a worker’s heat stress is above recommended limits.
Determine exactly what pipe labels you’ll need, and what supplies you’ll need to create them.
Quickly calculate OEE, performance, availability, and quality by inputting just a few known variables.
Answer three quick questions to get matched to the floor tape that will best suit your application.
Calculate each factor of the Takt time formula and learn the optimal pace for your production process.
Quickly generate a barcode to your specifications. Once created, download as PNG or SVG to print.
Generate QR codes for websites, text, phone, SMS, Wi-Fi, and vCard, then download as PNG or SVG.
Use this calculator to compare your company’s safety performance against a national or state average.
Easily determine your facility’s Days Away, Restricted, and Transferred (DART) Rate to compare safety performance or set KPIs.
Determine your Lost Time Case Rate to begin improving safety and reducing severe injuries.
Apply OSHA’s minimum approach distances and establish safe working distances with this simple calculator.
Easily find out how many days your organization is losing due to injury or illness.
Determine the association of two variables easily by finding the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient.
Determine eight different types of safety incident rates with this one calculator.
Manufacturing efficiency can always be improved! Kaizen is the philosophy of continuous improvement and the belief that there is always room for improvement, no matter how small. These tools are meant to help you implement Lean by identifying areas in operations and processes that are not performing to standard or could be improved upon. When you’re ready to take action, check out the organizational products, DVDs, books, posters, and visual tools we offer to educate about Lean and support Lean efforts.
Have questions or a suggestion for a calculator that you don’t see here? Please let us know! Our knowledgable staff is here to help.