What does an industrial engineer do on a daily basis? This or similar question is typically found if you are in IE. Whether we think of an electrical or a computer engineer, we all have a mental image of what kind of work they do or what their everyday work is like.
With Industrial Engineers, I would like to say that sometimes it is blurs to see what they do or what are responsible for their work. This is not shocking, as the large range of industrial engineering can be pictured.
In manufacturing processes, industrial engineers are those who find ways to minimize waste. Establish successful ways of doing or providing service for personnel, equipment, supplies, knowledge, and resources. Industrial engineers also work with teams of other specialists, industrial engineering technicians, and manufacturing workers.
Industrial engineers typically perform the following tasks:
In all of these projects, industrial engineers work most effectively by balancing variables such as time and number of staff, steps employees must take to achieve a goal without errors, available technologies, protection for personnel, environmental issues and costs.
First, they carefully evaluate product requirements to find ways to reduce waste and improve efficiency. They then use math and modeling to design IT and manufacturing processes that meet these requirements more effectively.
Remember that within IE there are different areas such as Logistics and Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Procurement, and Consulting.
Industrial engineers work both in offices and in the locations they strive to change, depending on their assignments. For instance, they may look at employees in a factory or at a hospital staff in the observation of problems. If issues are fixed, they may be in a computer office reviewing data obtained by them or others.
Industrial engineers also work with other experts and production workers. They work together. You can need to travel to track processes and analyze in different work environments. Full time functions most.
In Industrial Engineering I sincerely believe you can only understand 80 percent of the work essence when you work, which is when you begin to work:) So if you’re newbie or beginner, you don’t have to think about what kind of job you do but concentrate on which kind of work you are going to be doing (depending on the subdomains you choose).
So what do you think, what makes IEs and their everyday work difficult to understand?