k Zoning and proper storage
A. are kept lined up within
rj ® place, is an old and
up in the word
I ii'^'isekeeping because of
luality, as well as the
i K*'^erly arrangement of
’I the floors of all
’ ^i|j for storage of specific
[j ’'ernain clear and open
I i. •
. and equipment used
IjV^ipment is stored away
’'e disposed of.
lA^ys to store boxes,
i^^ow the results of em-
P^ove housekeeping at
At the Sheeting Mill, employee is shown installing zone lines on the floor in the Carding
Department. Zone lines assist the operators in keeping cans stored properly around the
drawing frames. Notice how the uniform arrangement of the cans and the zoned-off spare
area add to the over-all appearance of the department.
Above, smoking booth area at Bed
spread Finishing Mill is clean and well-
kept. Smoking booths are provided at
all mills for convenience of employees.
Left, storage bench in machine shop
at Blanket Mill shows orderly arrange
ment for parts brought for repair and
parts to be picked up after repair.
In Blanket Cutting and Sewing Department
at Finishing Mill, clear, open aisles permit
free movement of goods through department,
improving efficiency as well as appearance.